We offer probate valuation service in all Nottinghamshire areas including – Bilsthorpe Collingham Awsworth Farnsfield Tuxford Farndon Lowdham Misterton Gedling Mansfield Newark Sherwood Rushcliffe IT G Provide probate valuations in accordance with HMRC guidelines.
Probate valuation reports will be prepared within 5 days of our valuer’s visit and will provide a clear indication of the market value of each item within the estate. The valuation report will include images with clear and accurate descriptions enabling quick identification of items of value.
Chattels Gallery Guide
The items pictured below are just a small sample of similar items recently valued by ITG probate valuations. The gallery will hopefully be
helpful & educational in demonstrating the wide array of antiques, collectibles & everyday objects we value on a daily basis. A late 19th century French porcelain Rococo style mantle clock, with circular Arabic and Roman numeral dial, within a floral encrusted case centred by a putti. A pair of mabe pearl and diamond ear clips, each designed as a mabe pearl within a rope-twist surround and single-cut diamond surmount. Estimated total diamond weight 0.50ct. A pair of 19th century Gothic revival brass andirons, with pierced circular disc over a vacant shield and twin griffin supports, along with a set of three brass fire irons. A pair of Minton two-handled vases, applied with classical figures, within scrolling vine, bamboo angular handles, on an azure ground. An early 19th Century oak cricket table, the circular top above a shaped frieze and three square legs with canted angles. A pair of late 19th century brass candle stands, each with seven graduated sconces on a short column and circular spreading foot. An early 20th Century Baccarat glass paperweight decorated interlaced floral garlands. An 18th Century tin glaze pottery plate, polychrome decorated plate with flowers and blue stylised clouds. A pair of early 19th Century Ludwigsburg gilt and sepia decorated custard cups and covers. A 19th century salt glazed Belamine jug, in relief with coat of arms, the spout with mask picked out in blue. A pair of Staffordshire zebras, to the left and right, the oval bases applied with shredded clay. A late Georgian gold, enamel and split pearl mourning brooch of marquise-shape outline, the sepia panel of a scantily clad female within a garden, plucking at an enamel and wirework raised basket of flowers on a similarly wirework and seed pearl column, within blue enamel and split pearl surrounds. A highly decorative 19th Century walking stick, carved with the British and the Anderson family crest, various animals carved with rope twist design. A Masons Ironstone canted rectangular tureen and cover, decorated with stylised swan, peonies and leafy foliage, scroll knop. A Minton majolica two-handled game tureen and cover, the cover moulded in relief with hare, mallard and pigeon on a bed of ferns, the basketwork sides with oak leaves, the interior in turquoise. A 19th century majolica jardiniere and stand, moulded in relief with blossoming vines and lion mask handles, glazed in mottled tones of green, white, purple, yellow and brown. An early 20th century domed gilt metal carriage alarm clock, the 2 1/4 inch silvered dial signed ‘Finnigans’ with ring of Arabic numerals over a subsidiary alarm dial, the French eight day movement striking on a coiled gong. A pair of late 19th Century continental porcelain figures in period costumes with baskets. A 19th century Coalbrookdale style cast iron shallow urn with egg and dart moulded edge, on a short column and square base. A turquoise fringe necklace designed as a graduated oval turquoise cabochon fringe, suspended from a rope-twist chain, to the barrel clasp. Similar Posts: