We offer probate valuation service in all Staffordshire areas including – Smallthorne Sneyd Green Stafford Stoke upon Trent The Potteries Trentham Tunstall Weston West Midlands Coyney 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 pair of silver plated candlesticks in the form of a Corinthian column on a stepped base. A reproduction flame mahogany sideboard, three central drawers flanked wither side by single door cupboard section to knee carved legs with ball and claw feet. A 9ct long guard chain, with heavy circular links and clasp end, 54cm long, marked 375, 19g. A reproduction oak dresser, boarded plate rack above two short drawers and two a door cupboard section on bracket feet. A George III mahogany card table, the hinged rectangular top opening to a green baize lined interior, resting on a concertina action above a plain frieze, raised on four lapit carved tapered cylindrical supports with pad feet. A George Jones and Sons strawberry dish, late 19th century, the white glazed dish with green stem effect handle intertwined with yellow flowers. A ladies Geneve Gold cocktail watch, the oval face with baton pointers and numerals, contained in a 9ct gold case with pierced gold, on a pierced 9ct gold bracelet strap. An Edwardian gilt wood revolving dressing table stool, the foliate upholstered revolving top above a laurel carved frieze, raised on four tapered cylindrical supports with fluted detail, united by a concave stretcher with cane work panel. An Art Nouveau glass decanter with associated cover, the decanter sea-green and of dimpled form, the silver rim hallmarked for London, 1900. An ivory veneered sarcophagus form work box, 2nd quarter 19th century, the hinged lid opening to reveal sandal wood lined interior with ivory veneered lids over a single drawer below, on four cast bronze patinated claw feet. A 19th century mahogany decanter box of square hinged form, opening to reveal four square decanters. A 9 carat white gold and three stone apatite ring, together with a 9 carat yellow gold and apatite triple drop pendant, suspended on a 9 carat yellow gold chain. An Edwardian mahogany boxwood line strung and marquetry kidney shaped two handled tea tray. A Victorian figured walnut jewellery box of rectangular form, with hinged lid opening to reveal an open well, over two short drawers fitted with brass swing handles behind a glass fall front. A 19th century mahogany drop leaf dining table, the rectangular top with twin drop leaves, raised on four tapered cylindrical supports with pad feet. An early 20th Century Continental enamelled silver enamelled trinket box of circular form, guilloche enamelled, decorated with songbirds among flowering branches. A red and indigo ground Qashqai rug, having floral medallion to centre, on a stylised foliate ground, within many borders, fringed. A pair of 19th century gilt wood Hepplewhite style armchairs, the claret upholstered backs and seats flanked by acanthus carved arms with reeded detail, raised on acanthus carved tapered cylindrical supports with fluted detail. A silver and green and red enamel butterfly brooch, in the Art Nouveau taste, together with a silver, pearl, and enamel pendant suspended on a silver chain, a silver, cubic zirconia and blue and green enamel pendant/brooch in the form of a female profile. An early 20th Century silver plated mantel timepiece, the eight day French drum movement with circular white enamel dial, having Roman and Arabic numerals. Similar Posts: