We offer probate valuation service in all Herefordshire areas including – eominster Little Cowarne Little Tarrington Lugwardine Luntley Madley Michaelchurch Escley Mordiford Mortimers Cross Much Birch Much Cowarne Much Marcle Orleton 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 vintage 9ct gold bar brooch set with a large pink tourmaline, with safety chain. Approx 5.5cm. A carved mahogany corner cabinet, 19th century, after the manner of Chippendale, the pierced pediment and flanking urn finials above astragal glazed door enclosing shaped shelves and flanked by moulded foliate tracery, the whole on plinth base with shaped apron and decorative carved feet. A collection of silver plated tableware, to include two sauce boats, a crumpet dish and cover, two handled sugar bowl and cover, cream jug, a dish warmer with spirit burner, etc. A set of four silver plated dwarf candlesticks with embossed floral scroll borders, on scalloped bases. A pair of Empire style mahogany mirrors, mounted with gilt swags and crowns to the border, total height 24ins. A pair of Coalport aesthetic style porcelain moon flasks, late 19th century, each decorated in raised enamels with apple blossom and insects against a turquoise ground, with gilt pans and handles. A late 19th century Paris porcelain garniture of three vases, each decorated with children, the central piece painted with a scene of children in dressing up clothing, coloured enamels on a gilt ground. A Persian enamel rectangular tray, decorated centrally with a building surrounded by an all over design of flowers, etc. A silver plated Kings pattern canteen for eight including large knives, dessert knives, fish knives, table forks, dessert forks, fish forks, dessert spoons and soup spoons, four serving spoons, a carving set and a cheese knife with Allander, Sheffield blades in fitted mahogany case. A Victorian lacquered, painted and parcel gilt papier mache tray, circa 1860, of cartouche outline, the raised edges decorated with insects, flowers and scrolling foliage. A George IV rosewood drum library table, circa 1825, the circular top above four short drawers interspersed with hinged drawers, on faceted column with applied rosettes and beaded skirt above tripartite platform base and scrolled lion paw feet. A painted alabaster tondo picture of a naval engagement, possibly the Battle of Trafalgar, early 19th century, beneath a convex glass cover reverse painted with further vessels, in an ebonized wood moulding frame. A George II mahogany birdcage tripod table, circa 1750, the dished circular top above the birdcage action and turned barrel stem on triple down swept legs on pad feet. A Victorian carved Mahogany upholstered armchair. An early 20th century sporran, with silver plated mounts, stamped to the reverse Paisley’s Limited, Glasgow. A George I silver two handled porringer by Humphrey Payne, London 1715, monogrammed to a cherub mask, scroll and acanthus cartouche, rope girdle and spirally fluted base, scroll handles, on a later knopped and gadrooned pedestal from a circular foot with conforming border. A four-piece Sheffield silver plated tea set to include coffee pot, teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug. A late 19th Century musical picture clock, the front panel inlaid with mother of pearl and decorated with a moonlit view of “Big Ben”, the 1.625ins diameter paper dial with Roman numerals, the clock and musical movement playing “Bluebells of Scotland”, in ebonized moulded frame. A Continental brown and green glazed pottery clock garniture, the timepiece with 3.5ins diameter white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, contained in circular two-handled case, on bracket feet, with a pair of matching vases. A 19th Century French Boulle cased mantel timepiece, barometer and thermometer, the front with 3.5ins diameter dial with Roman numerals to the eight day movement and 3.25ins diameter aneroid barometer, contained in arched top case, the cant corners inset with thermometers, the front inlaid with scroll work and on ball feet. Similar Posts: