We offer probate valuation service in all West Yorkshire areas including – Wilsden Bailiff Bridge Boothtown Brighouse Copley Cragg Vale Elland Greetland Hebden Bridge Heptonstall 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 figured mahogany serpentine fronted chest of drawers in the 18th century style, comprising six long drawers flanked by canted corners, on tapered square feet, together with a protective plate glass top. A French Empire style mahogany and upholstered armchair the rectangular backs and bow front seats covered in brocade, the shaped and moulded arms with lappets and anthemion, on square sabre legs. A two seater sofa bed, classic sofa design upholstered fabric with loose back pillows and seat cushions in navy blue stripe cotton sateen fabric with pull out metal frame and mattress. A Regency style veined marble and cast metal occasional tripod table, the circular moulded marble top on a bronzed splayed leg base with a central band with gilt ball decoration. A cross banded and inlaid audio cabinet with minibar the rectangular top above an open recess with shelf flanked by a cross banded door with burr and segmented veneers forming a central lozenge medallion and with matching veneered sides, on a plinth base, together with a protective plate glass top. Revolving desk chair, Charles Eames design tan brown leather upholstered revolving and reclining on an adjustable base with castors. A late Victorian 18ct gold diamond five-stone ring. The graduated old-cut diamond line, to the scrolling motif sides and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct. A late 19th century gilt brass cased mantel clock, the case having five turned finials and ring turned columns flanking silvered dial, twin winding holes for a French Japy Freres eight day cylinder movement striking on a gong. An Edwardian lady’s silver fob watch having crown-wound pin-set movement and gilt-enriched enamel face, in floral-engraved case with vacant shield cartouche. A contemporary gilt brass Galileo model escapement, having fixed pendulum and winding key, housed on a velvet lined oval base. A late 19th Century gilt metal and micro-mosaic wall clock, its spring-driven timepiece movement having a circular enamel face set within a broad micro-mosaic floral garland bezel, the baroque-influenced gilt-brass case incorporating caryatids and suspended from a wall-mounting boss on faux cables. A 20th century polished gilt brass Petit Sonnerie striking carriage clock, having push button repeat and alarm, the matt gilt dial bearing retailers signature for Camerden & Forster, having Arabic enamel chapter ring over alarm setting dial, the barrel movement striking two gongs and platform lever escapement. A late 19th Century gilt metal mounted marble mantel clock, the two-train movement by F Martin striking on a bell and having a floral-enamelled porcelain face, in a variegated red marble and polished slate case with gilt metal urn surmount, elaborate scroll handles to each side. A 1930s lady’s 9ct gold cased wristlet watch, having radially-brushed circular face with gilt numerals and blued steel hands, with rolled gold bracelet strap in original presentation case. A circa 1900 French rouge marble and gilt metal mounted three piece clock garniture, the portico type six column clock having a floral painted convex white enamel dial with twin winding holes for a French eight day cylinder movement striking on a bell, with pineapple finials, the garnitures each of urn form, with pendulum, rod, winding key and extra gilt metal mount. A mid-19th century French gilt bronze Rococo Revival mantel clock, the floral finial over scroll flower case to integral base, having a 3.5″ silvered dial with twin winding holes, the eight day cylinder movement with silk suspension and outside countwheel striking on a bell, with pendulum and key. A pair of George III parcel-gilt silver salts, each of waisted navette form, with reeded scroll handles, rims and foot edges. An early 20th century tortoiseshell and gilt brass cased strut clock, with chinoisserie decoration, silvered dial, eight day Swiss watch movement. A late 19th Century French bijouterie casket, its lid bearing an aerial view of Paris and the Eiffel Tower. A pair of late 19th Century novelty match pots modelled as flower stems, in carved and ebonized wood, with gilt brass stems and striker plates. Similar Posts: