We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including – Flookburgh Frizington Garrigill Garsdale Gilsland Gosforth Grange Over Sands Grasmere Great Broughton Great Langdale 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 Regency mahogany twin pedestal sideboard, with a raised back above a central frieze drawer flanked by cupboards to one side and a deep cellaret drawer and cupboard to the other, with ribbed spiral twist columns. A William IV mahogany side cabinet, with nulled mouldings and a pair of gilt brass trellis doors with pleated silk backs, enclosing eight drawers with ebonized edging. Two carved pendants. To include a jadeite and a rose quartz pendant, each carved to depict flowers and foliage. A 9ct gold peridot dress ring. The oval-shape peridot, to the illusion-set diamond asymmetric shoulders and tapered band. Hallmarks for Birmingham. An early 19th century mahogany sarcophagus shaped wine cooler, with outline mouldings and a lead lined interior, on later feet with roller castors. An early 19th century mahogany drum table, the circular revolving top inlaid with green gilt tooled leather, above four frieze drawers and four false fronts, on a turned stem and brass lions paw sabots. An 18ct gold diamond cluster ring. The brilliant-cut diamond, within a similarly-cut diamond surround, to the brilliant-cut diamond crossover sides and tapered band. Total diamond weight 0.50ct. A Regency mahogany oval breakfast table, the tilt-top cross banded and inlaid with rosewood banding, on reeded splay legs and brass caps and castors. A William IV rosewood sewing table, the panelled top with nulled mouldings, above a frieze drawer with a lift-out tray with compartments and divisions. A 9ct gold emerald three-stone ring. The oval-shape emerald, with circular-shape emerald sides, to the single-cut diamond scalloped surround and plain band. Hallmarks for Birmingham. A Victorian rosewood games table, the hinged swivel top revealing a bird’s eye maple chequer board, above a frieze drawer and a pull-out bag. A Victorian carved ivory whip handle, in the form of a greyhound’s head, with glass eyes, 14.8cm long, together with an ivory Stanhope, with a black and white erotic scene. A late 19th century Black Forest carved and painted bone pen, in the form of a branch and decorated with a stag, oak leaves and an acorn. A George III mahogany and marquetry tea caddy, inlaid with stringing and conch shells, the interior with a later plush lining. A Regency tortoiseshell tea caddy, inlaid with pewter stringing and with ivory edging, with a moulded fan front and a silver plaque and a divided interior lacking its lids. A George III partridge wood tea chest, inlaid with stringing and kingwood crossbanding, the domed lid revealing a pair of lift-out hinged lidded canisters, flanking an associated blue glass sugar bowl, with spook apertures, with brass lion’s mask ring handles. An early 19th century burr walnut tea chest, the interior with a lift-out tray with three hinged compartments, each with a turned bone handle. A George IV mahogany sarcophagus shaped tea chest, inlaid with lozenge banding, the gadrooned handle above a fitted interior with a pair of lidded pull-out caddies, flanking a cut glass sugar bowl, with lion’s mask ring handles, on cast gilt brass lion’s paw feet. A George IV rosewood and cut brass writing slope, with nulled mouldings, the interior with a plush lined slope with a pair of inkwells, a pen tray and a lidded compartment above a secret compartment fitted with three drawers, above a base drawer with sunken brass handles. A Victorian green leather writing slope by Farthing & Thornhill, the hinged lid with a sunken brass handle revealing a tooled leather slope, with a lift-out tray fitted with a glass inkwell with compartments and with various utensils including: a pair of scissors, a button hook and a penknife with a brass Bramah lock. Similar Posts: