We offer probate valuation service in all Northamptonshire areas including – Towcester Wadenhoe Weedon Weldon Wellingborough Welton West Haddon Weston Whittlebury Wollaston Woodford Woodnewton 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 Japanese Satsuma pottery koro and cover, signed Gyokuzan, Meiji period, the compressed ovoid body painted with the seven gods of happiness, animals and objects emblematic of them with diaper and brocade pattern borders, inscription to neck, the pierced dome cover with Shi Shi finial, six character seal mark to base. A George III mahogany oval drop leaf cottage dining table, on turned legs and pad feet. A Japanese Satsuma pottery fluted bowl, signed Kozan, Meiji period, the interior painted with figures and objects to circular medallions, with panelled borders of wisteria and flowers inside and out, six character gilt square seal mark to base. A George III silk picture, depicting a lady playing a piano with two putti bedside her singing, in contemporary gilt gesso frame. A Victorian walnut chest, the rounded rectangular top above four long drawers, raised on a plinth base with flattened bun feet. A Victorian turned ivory mounted desk seal, the reeded cushion with a chased floral border, the rectangular bloodstone matrix carved with an Armorial. A Victorian walnut side cabinet, the rectangular top above a foliate carved frieze centred with a lion mask roundel flanked by figure head carved roundels, above a central arched recess flanked by panelled cupboard doors over three small drawers and three cupboard doors, enclosed by double column supports with acanthus carved scrolls, raised on a plinth. A 19th century damascened desk seal, gold and oxidised steel, the rounded knop with a dragon fighting a snake, the octagonal shaft with floral panels, the brass circular matrix with a monogram CC. A Victorian figured walnut oval breakfast table, the matched quarter veneered top with moulded edge, on turned, fluted and carved central column and four carved and moulded cabriole legs, with scroll toes and castors. An Indian hardwood relief of a Hindu god, 19th century, on a hardwood plinth. An early Victorian mahogany chiffonier, the upper part with carved and scrolled cresting, fitted single shelf, the base with twin cushion moulded frieze drawers covered under, enclosed by a pair of arched panelled doors, on a plinth base. A 19th century Continental mahogany dressing table, the hinged rectangular top opening to a fitted interior with central hinged mirror plate, flanked by small hinged panels, above a blind frieze drawer, raised on four tapered square supports with gilt metal feet. A 19th century mahogany linen press, the cornice with beaded edge above a pair of arched cupboard doors enclosing sliding shelves, over three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, raised on flattened bun feet. A 19th century mahogany wardrobe, the centre section with seven graduated cockbeaded drawers flanked by a pair of panelled cupboard doors with foliate carved beading, over a long drawer, raised on foliate carved splayed feet. A late 19th century Chinese silk picture, depicting subject with trees and birds and silk segmented border. An Indian hardwood figural relief, 18th century, depicting a Hindu god in standing pose holding a fan in her right hand. A Victorian figure walnut oval two tier occasional table, the top inlaid with floral arabesques, with carved edge to each tier, on turned and leaf carved supports and castors. An early 20th Century panelled oak roll top desk, the tambour enclosing pigeon-holes and two small drawers, fitted with three drawers under, on plinth base and castors. A late George III Scottish silver oblong baluster three piece tea service, the tea pot with a rectangular lobed finial to the lobed domed cover, an S-scroll handle with a shell thumb piece, a gadrooned rim, half lobed and on four ball feet. A 19th century silver and purple glass desk seal, with a rounded pommel and waisted stem, the unmarked head with a circular matrix, with GJ beneath a coronet. Similar Posts: