We offer probate valuation service in all Shropshire areas including – Ludlow Albrighton Shifnal Broseley Bayston Hill Wem Church Stretton Highley Gobowen 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 Chinese yellow ground vase, cylindrical section, painted with figures in a continuous landscape, printed seal mark. A pair of silver gilt washed and plannished cups, supported by three dolphins. A late 19th century Cantonese carved ivory card case, decorated with figured, trees, pavilions and boats. A late 19th century rosewood and mother-of-pearl drop-dial wall clock, with a painted cream dial set out in Roman numerals. A late Victorian tinted blue vaseline glass epergne, having a central trumpet and two pairs of smaller, on a saucer base. A Japanese porcelain charger printed in blue with landscapes on a leaf and flower ground. A pair of Chinese porcelain vases, each painted with a landscape within raised gilt cartouches on a blue ground, printed marks. A late 18th Century Chinese porcelain plate, having a wide border and incurved corners, decorated in famille rose with cockerels, insects and floral designs. A pair of Japanese style spelter vases, with engraved gilded birds and plants on a bronze patinated ground. A Chinese blue and white floor vase, applied moulded handles, decorated with Asiatic Pheasants amongst flowering foliage. A Chinese Kangxi period, blue and white triple gourd ‘100 Treasures’ vase, the lower and central globular sections decorated all round with a multitude of antique treasures, the main body with two quatrefoil panels enclosing blossoms emerging from behind rock-work among butterflies and insects, each section separated by decorative bands, placed on a weighted wooden stand. A pair of early 20th Century lacquered gilt metal opera glasses with turned mother-of-pearl eyepiece surrounds, the enamelled barrels featuring cherubic figures in garden settings, in a soft hide case. An early 20th Century German golden mohair Teddy Bear with black button eyes and mobile limbs, fitted with an non-operational growler. Three Chinese snuff bottles, one cinnabar with jade coloured stopper, one porcelain decorated with elders riding a donkey, and one bone. A pair of Chinese dark wood and mother of pearl inlaid jardiniere stands, Qing Dynasty, the rectangular panelled tops within a mother of pearl inlaid border of scrolling flowers and foliage, above pierced flower, fruit and bird frieze, raised on square section supports with scroll carved feet detail, united by panelled under tiers. A pair of German World War II Kreigs marine vulcanised rubber covered binoculars, in a stitched black hide case. A late 18th century Chinese porcelain tankard, painted with flowering peonies and two crabs. A Victorian silver and ivory caddy spoon, hallmarked Birmingham 1864. A late Victorian, hallmarked silver photograph frame of circular form, with ribbon and bow decoration, by Henry Matthews, London 1899. A Chinese barrel garden seat, yellow ground with flowering morning glory and passion flowers, pierced ribbon midriff. Similar Posts: