Bargain hunters flocked to a house clearance with a difference.
The Community of the Resurrection monastery at Stocks Bank Road, Mirfield, staged a huge auction of items ranging from bronze statues and oil paintings to Victorian furniture, pots, pans and kettles.
The 400 lots were compiled by monk Father John Gribben, who spent weeks clearing out cupboards, storage rooms and hiding places around the monastery and religious college.
Among the items was a 19th century oil on canvas by French early impressionist Maurice Levis, a Victorian suite and art deco-style cabinet from a man who died and an early Ashley Jackson moorland scene, thought to be dated 1971.
Many of the items come from the monastery including a canteen-sized steamer, boiler and grills, vestments for clergy and a huge paschal candlestick used in Easter celebrations.
A large crowd gathered to bid for the items and the organisers declared the event a huge success.