We offer probate valuation service in all Northumberland areas including – Beltingham Benthall Berrington Berwick Hill Berwick-upon-Tweed Biddlestone Bilton Bilton Banks Bingfield Birtley Birling Black Heddon Blanchland Blyth Bolam Bolam West Houses Bolton Bomarsund Bothal Boulmer Bowsden Bradford Branch End Brandon Branton Branxton Bridge End Brinkburn Broomhaugh Broomhill ITG 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 9ct gold emerald and diamond seven stone lozenge shaped ring, and an 18ct gold emerald and diamond five stone ring. Kashmiri gold and silver threadwork wall hanging, centred with a mihrab with birds and flowerheads against a black ground, bordered with scrolls and foliage. A pair of 20th century walnut finish open armchairs, each upholstered to the backs, arms and serpentine seats in green textured material, raised on floral capped inverted sabre supports. A Victorian mahogany hall chair, the shaped floral scroll back, part pierced to the centre and set with a leaf above a shaped seat on cylindrical front supports. A pair of modern five branch electroliers, with marble finish columns and gilt metal branches, each terminating in shaped floral dish holders. A modern gilt wood finish wall clock, in a caddy style long case hood, surmounted by a gilt finial with a 20cm dia. chapter ring set with Roman and Arabic numerals, in a highly decorative gilt scroll frame. A George III style mahogany finish secretaire bookcase, the upper dentilled overhanging top above a pair of astragal glazed doors, hinging to reveal various plain shelves above a secretaire drawer opening to reveal an arrangement of drawers and pigeon holes, above a pair of double flame mahogany finish panelled cupboards revealing a fitted interior the whole on ogee bracket feet. A 20th century Jacobean style oak finish monk’s bench, the rectangular top hinging and raised upon the backs of carved lions with a log box seat, fronted by two linen fold panels. A principally 18th century oak chest on stand, the upper section with an overhanging top raised above two short and three long panel doors, with tear drop handles on a barleytwist base, set with a further long drawer raised on bun feet joined by a shaped ‘X’ stretcher. A modern Ercol dark elm finish dresser, the upper section with Delft racks above a subsection fitted with two drawers and a double cupboard on square supports. A Victorian walnut loo table, the oval quarter veneered top inlaid with a geometric floral pattern with a plain outline raised on a platform base terminating in quadruple supports joined by a circular undertier, surmounted by a finial on acanthus capped inverted legs terminating in castors. A late Victorian classical design black slate mantel clock, the architectural case surmounted by a domed finial above a fixed cornice raised with warriors, the 14cm dia. dial with Roman numerals flanked by columns revealing an 8-day movement on a block base. A 17th century style Dutch Delft blue and white vase and cover, the domed top lid with animal knop, the main body decorated with panels of flowers broken by further flowers and scrolls on a blue ground on a baize lined foot. An early 19th century mahogany writing slope, the rectangular top with brass spandrels, hinging to reveal a purple baize lined slope with space for ink bottles and pens with a deep well beneath. A pair of late 19th century Continental bisque porcelain figures, of girls on rocking horses, each decorated with turquoise and highlights picked out in red on later wooden bases under glazed domes. A pair of early 20th century cast spelter figures, of a lady and gentleman each scantily clad in flowing robes, of classical outline, he holding ships wheel, she holding lamp, on stylized rock work base, terminating in inverted plinths. A pair of early 19th century English porcelain sauce tureens, possibly Derby, each with domed oval tops centred by leaf and scroll handles with a gilt highlighted floral scroll banding to each lid and bellied body, predominately in green and orange flanked by further handles on shaped feet. An early 20th century Doulton stoneware jardiniere, the circular tapering body with an upper flared rim with gilt highlights, the centre decorated with Slater’s patent flowers on a gilt ground, impressed lion mark beneath. A late 19th century Parian figure, of a lady with a dove to her shoulder aside a wall on a naturalistic setting on an oval base. A modern glass top coffee table, with rectangular outline part moulded raised on scroll metal supports terminating in an inverted platform base, decorated in cream. Similar Posts: