Take That singer puts his furniture up for auction

Gary Barlow sold his household junk in an auction this week.

Furniture, statues and reproduction paintings belonging to the Take That star went under the hammer, following the sale of his £5 million Cheshire mansion.

Gary, 35, said to be worth £20million, has moved to London with his wife Dawn and their two children.

Auctioneers disposed of cast-offs from the family’s former home at Delamere Manor, near Cuddington, Cheshire – but were asked not to reveal that the Barlows were the owners.

A Versace embroidered bedspread, originally worth thousands, was sold for £350.

A green Ikea sofa fetched £35 and a telescope sold for £130.The most expensive items at the sale were a pair of settees, which fetched £2500.

The 65 items on sale fetched a total of £11,439.