We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Lancashire areas including – Fleetwood Forton Foulridge Garstang Gisburn Goosnargh Great Eccleston Great Harwood Greenmount Grimsargh Grindleton Haslingden 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 ladies black pearl vintage necklace with a diamond and 14 carat white gold clasp. signed 14K. A near pair of Lenox cider pitchers, hand painted with beaded handles of blended colours. One of the cups is decorated with cherries and the other with grapes. A four piece cast iron garden patio set, compromising a round coffee table and three rounded back wrought iron armchairs, each painted white with pierced designs of leaf and flower patterns. A part collection of 20th century continental table pieces, comprising a lidded tureen, a pair of ewers with hand painted rooster and cat decoration and a rectangular tray with canted corners depicting a deer in a forest, each with ‘Made in Italy’ marks underneath. An English needlework sampler, depicting a central diamond motif with birds, flowering plants surrounded by trees and potted plants, mounted in a light wood frame. A Vintage Italian Zaccagnini porcelain figurine of a jousting knight on horseback Signed – This piece appears to be hand painted and has the Zaccagnini makers mark and “Made in Italy” painted underneath. An Art Deco Jade, marcasite and silver lorgnette, mounted with a carved green jade handle in a marcasite set frame on a black cord, unfolding a pair of glasses. An early 19th century New England carved pine children’s rocking horse. Decorated with a Casein paint finish, with a leather harness and horsehair tail. A decorative European porcelain urn in the style of rococo, hand painted with scenes depicting ladies in gowns. A large porcelain two light table lamp in the form of a case, painted with decoration of floral garlands and birds agains a white background. A ladies Hublot MDM Geneve stainless steel and 18 carat gold wristwatch. With a quartz movement and rubber bracelet strap, decorated with mineral crystal embellishment. An 18 carat yellow gold hummingbird shaped pin, with a ruby eye and lavish detailing on the feathers. Ruby of approximately 0.03 carat. A small amount of solid gold jewellery, to include a pair of 14 carat gold and Lapis Lazuli cabochon stud earrings, a 10 carat gold cameo stick pin, a pair of 14 carat gold ball earrings and a 10 carat school ring. Total weight 7.6 grams. A vintage oval cut ruby and diamond 18 carat white gold pendant necklace, on an 18 carat white gold fine chain. A native American 19th century table top cabinet, having a rectangular plank top over the conforming case with applied native woods decoration, above two parquetry inlaid panelled doors opening to reveal a shelved interior, raised on a rectangular plinth base. A pair of mahogany corner chairs in the style of Chippendale, each upholstered seat raised on carved knees and claw ball feet joined by stretchers. A pair of 20th century Waterford crystal table lamp bases, each of baluster form and raised on gilt metal bases, detailed with cross hatch designs to a low sloping neck, the body similarly decorated with a lappet pattern encircling the foot. Marked ‘Waterford’ to each base. A small amount of vintage costume jewellery, to include a pair of Christian Dior clip on earrings, a large elephant brooch and assorted earrings, cufflinks, bracelets and pendants. A solid wooden vintage rocking chair with carving detail, a painted stencil to the back rest depicting a floral spray. A serves porcelain cabinet plate in the style of Louis XVI, decorated with a gilt crowned Louis Philippe monogram within two cherubs, on a pebble blue and white ground with gold highlighted edges. Similar Posts: