We offer probate valuation service in all Bedfordshire areas including – Cheddington Clapham Clifton Clophill Colmworth Cookham Cranfield Cublington Dunstable Dunton Eaton Bray Edlesborough Eggington Elstow Eversholt Everton Fancott Felmersham 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 pair of Louis Philippe mahogany armchairs, circa 1840, the rectangular upholstered backs leading to open arms terminating in scrolls and stylised foliate decoration, above over-stuffed seat and scroll legs. A 19th century Continental mahogany and marquetry pillar box shaped side cabinet, the rectangular top above a tambour slide and cupboard door, raised on a plinth base. A Victorian mahogany chest, the rectangular top with a moulded edge, above a central frieze drawer and arched cupboard door with gilt metal grille insert, flanked on both sides by rows of six small graduated drawers, raised on a plinth. A Japanese lacquered boxed porcelain supper set, comprising nine shaped interlocking dishes, each painted with houses in river landscapes, the lacquer box gilt decorated with a bird amongst flowers on a black ground. An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet, inlaid throughout with boxwood and satinwood banding, the upper part with moulded cornice, fitted two shelves enclosed by a pair of astragal glazed doors, on square tapered legs with spade toes. A modern 14 carat gold gentleman’s diamond solitaire ring, set with a brilliant cut stone approximately 0.20 carat. A Victorian rosewood work table, the rectangular top with pierced gallery above a blind frieze drawer, raised on lyre shaped trestle ends united by a turned stretcher. A pair of Japanese green Kutani ovoid jars, late 19th century, each decorated with pavilions in a mountainous landscape with scrollwork and lappeted borders. A George IV silver gilt rectangular vinaigrette, the lid and base with cast leaf scroll mounts and engine turned centre panels, the interior with finely pierced and engraved leaf scroll pattern grille. An ash and oak refectory table, the single plank top above shaped and chamfered trestle ends centred by a stretcher. A late 19th century mahogany sarcophagus shaped wine cooler, with gadroon carved edges and scroll carved details. A 19th century mahogany chest, the rectangular top with a moulded edge above two short and three long graduated drawers with ebonized edge detail, raised on bun feet. A Japanese Satsuma pottery cup and saucer, signed Shoko Takebe, Meiji period, each piece painted with figures in a procession on a gilt dotted ground, the well of the saucer painted with butterflies, four character seal mark to base. A Continental silver metal fish pattern box with blue enamel eyes, the mouth and head opening to reveal two containers and with articulated body. A Peruvian silver metal circular two-handled sugar box and cover, the lid with flowerhead pattern terminal and the body decorated with stylised leaf banding, and with conforming leaf capped loop handles. A pair of Japanese Satsuma pottery tall ovoid vases, late 19th century, both painted with reserves of the Seven Gods of Fortune, the other side with samurai between floral panels and brocade pattern borders. A Continental bronze model of the Albani Vase, circa 1875, with twin entwined handles flanking eight protruding masks, four to back and four to front, above the circular section waisted marble socle. An Edwardian mahogany mantel clock, with a French eight day movement, white enamel dial, on ogee bracket feet. An Edwardian mahogany and chequer banded lancet mantel clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the brass timepiece movement stamped Sphinx. A Victorian rosewood three tier whatnot, circa 1860, the spindled gallery above three tiers separated by turned pillar, on flared feet and castors. Similar Posts: