We offer probate valuation service in all Nottinghamshire areas including – Boughton-Ollerton Warsop Bingham Rainworth Harworth-Bircotes Cotgrave Radcliffe on Trent 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 gold Egyptian Revival scarab ring. The rotating faience scarab, with carved hieroglyphic detail, to the panel surround with bead cluster accents and rope-twist shoulders. A pair of 20th century mahogany hanging display cases in the chinoiserie style, with glazed cupboard doors opening to fitted interiors of open shelves, with gilded details. An early 20th century gilt metal and lacquered occasional table in the chinoiserie style, the rectangular top decorated with peony, finger citrus, bird and foliage within Greek key border, above a plain under tier, raised on cylindrical supports and castors. A George III style mahogany and parcel gilt wall mirror, with pierced Ho-Ho bird surmount and shell inlaid apron. An early 19th century Staffordshire tea set decorated in the Oriental taste, comprising tea pot, cream jug, cake plate, 6 cups and 5 saucers. A sapphire and diamond dress ring. Comprising three circular-shape sapphires, each within a heart-shape scrolling surround, to the brilliant-cut diamond highlights and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.15ct. A 19th century mahogany and ebony lined bow front chest, the shaped rectangular top with reeded edge, above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet. A large Crown Devon Fieldings jug and wash bowl, decorated with flowers. A large Indian white metal vase and cover, 19th century, the lid with a tiered finial, the vase of spherical form with long concave form neck, on domed base, overall worked with panels of flowers and geometrical form lappets. An 1817 George III gold half Sovereign, shield back, 3.7gms. A 1930’s Art Deco porcelain figure of a dancing girl; mounted on a chrome and slate table lamp. A pair of Malay silver metal betel nut boxes, 19th century, of spherical form on spreading bases, overall embossed with repoussé work of cartouches between branch work, the tops with reserves of kris and kris sheaves, on scrolling foliage. A George III green painted single Windsor chair, the arched top rail with five spindles, shaped circular seat and turned base. A Turkish enamelled metal zarf, 19th century, decorated with three oval medallions engraved with musical instruments, in diamond encrusted frames, on grounds of linked diamond form patterns, the enamelling of green, blue and black colours, in a velvet lined case. An Edwardian 9ct gold opal and split pearl ring. The heart-shape opal cabochon, with split pearl scalloped sides and plain band. Hallmarks for Chester, 1903. A 1788 Spanish Charles III two Escudo gold coin, Madrid, assayers initial M, 6.6gms. An early 20th century 15ct gold diamond and split pearl pendant. The split pearl collet, within a graduated split pearl surround, to the similarly-set foliate swags and split pearl and old-cut diamond drop, suspended from a snake-link chain. An Edwardian gold sapphire and split pearl necklace. Of openwork design, the split pearl floral cluster pendant, detachable to the sapphire and split pearl floral centre, with sapphire lattice and split pearl scrolling foliate sides and integral rope-twist chain. A Burmese silver metal bowl, late 19th/early 20th century, with a foliate rim resting on peacock form feet, decorated with continuous panels of dancing girls and girls holding branches, on flower head and leaf grounds. An 18th Century brass footman, the rectangular top flanked by carrying handles above a shaped frieze and cabriole legs. Similar Posts: