We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including – Buttermere Caldbeck Calthwaite Cark In Cartmel Carlise Carlisle Cartmel Casterton Castle Carrock 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. Two 19th century carved and pierced Oriental soapstone brush pots, one having foliate decoration, the other with monkeys upon, two pots in each. A late 17th century oak gate leg table, the oval drop-leaf top on baluster and bobbin turned supports united by peripheral stretchers. A Charles II oak stool, the moulded edged top above bicuspid friezes on turned baluster legs united by peripheral stretchers, 48.3cm high. A late 17th century joined oak chest, the moulded edged hinged top revealing a lidded till, above a panelled front carved with a pair of arches flanking a cartouche. A Portuguese ebonized wood and silver inlaid circular box, inlaid with mother of pearl, the lid decorated with a central coat of arms and with birds amidst scrolling leaves and flowers. An early 19th century French carved coquilla nut snuff box, the hinged lid carved with Neptune riding three seahorses holding his trident. An 17th century carved pear wood snuff box in the manner of Cesar Bagard of Nancy, the lid decorated with a portrait busts, the body with scrolling leaves and flowers. An early 19th century French carved coquilla snuff box, with a bugbear end, the hinged lid carved with a winged cherub and palm trees. A 9 carat yellow gold open link charm bracelet suspending ten gold charms including a key, drum, dove with envelope etc, 21.4g. A Victorian Scottish polished hard stone white metal bracelet set with five shaped hard stone panels with buckle to one end and pierced bars to other, length 22cm. An 18ct yellow gold fancy yellow and white diamond hinged bangle, both outer bands set with continuous row of diamonds with pierced central band set with various shaped fancy yellow diamonds interspersed with scrolls of white diamonds. A 15ct gold amethyst and seed cultured pearl pendant with ribbon tied upper section to the oval drop suspended on a yellow metal fine link chain. A 9ct gold chain supporting an Edwardian circular pendant with outer border of cut cultured pearls and interspersed with garnet coloured stones and central clear double sided panel. An 18ct white gold ruby and diamond pendant, the largest ruby set below a diamond and another ruby, all collet set with higher diamond and two further rubies with integral chain. A pair of Flemish brass pricket candlesticks, each with a ring turned baluster stem with a central drip-pan on a domed foot, early 18th century. A pair of Continental control marked silver cup holders, two trumpet shaped pillars and wide sinuous handles edged with beadwork. An unusual cushion shaped fob stamped 9ct on corner. Hinged, opening to reveal locket style interior with Sepia picture. Bloodstone and carnelian plates.. A 1970s 18ct gold sapphire ring, together with a 9ct gold sapphire and diamond triple cluster ring. The first set with a circular-shape sapphire to the textured sides, the second set with circular and oval-shape sapphires within a single-cut diamond border. Two gem-set rings, to include an 18ct gold square-shape amethyst ring, together with an oval sapphire cabochon floral ring. A 17th century bronze andiron fragment, originally decorated with Surrey enamel, the top part with the Royal Coat of Arms, above a pair of Atlas type figures and an urn of flowers, covered with red wax residue to the verso of the lower half. Similar Posts: