We offer probate valuation service in all Cambridgeshire areas including – Northborough Offord D’arcy Old Weston Orton Malborne Oundle Outwell Over Parnwell Parson Drove Peterborough Peterobough Pidley Rampton Ramsey Reach Royston Sapley 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 silver and cubic zirconia half eternity band ring, set alternating lines of baguette and round cut zirconia. A pair of silver, onyx, and cubic zirconia circular earrings, in the form of leopards. An 18 carat yellow gold and solitaire diamond ring, the stone of approx. 0.58 carats. A late 19th century French kingwood, burr walnut and gilt metal mounted bureau de dame, the hinged fall front opening to a fitted interior of three small drawers and well, with blue felt lined writing slope above a frieze drawer, raised on cabriole supports with gilt metal mounts. A pair of silver, marcasite, and garnet set drop earrings. A pair of teak garden benches, each with arched back rest with vertical slats, above a semi-elliptical slatted seat with serpentine front rail. A 19th century painted satinwood bow front dressing table, the shaped rectangular top decorated with an oval panel of figures in a garden within ribbon tied and rose garland border, above two frieze drawers with silvered metal handles, raised on tapered square supports with brass cups and casters, united by a concave under tier decorated with ribbon tied group of musical instruments. A cast and painted metal fern and blackberry pattern garden seat, early 20th century, the openwork backrest and arms above the wood slatted seat. A kingwood and tulipwood dressing table in Louis XV style, late 19th/early 20th century, each quarter veneered and figured panel hinged opening to a divided interior, the underside of the central panel with a mirrored panel, above a tooled leather inset slide, flanked by two false drawers and above three small drawers, above cabriole legs terminating with sabots. A George III plain silver and agate mounted rectangular snuff box with polished agate top and base. A pair of French gilt metal five light candelabra in Louis XV taste, late 19th century, the sockets rising on stems amongst flowers and foliate sprigs from behind seated cherubs, each on a fluted and swagged plinth, on bases with toupie feet. A George IV silver rectangular snuff box with curved sides, the whole engraved with scroll design on a trellis pattern ground. A walnut and needlework stool in Continental 18th century style, late 19th century, the needlework seat with central dragon motif within a floral border, on carved slender cabriole legs. An early 20th century free standing Vernis Martin type vitrine, with a glazed cupboard door opening to a glass shelf interior, with three glass panel sides above a bombe lower section decorated with figures and landscape views, on short cabriole supports with scroll cast sabots. A George III silver rectangular vinaigrette, the lid engraved with sixteen flowerheads, the gilt interior with pierced and engraved floral and leaf scroll pattern grille. A pair of 19th century painted satin wood side tables, the oval shaped tops decorated with putti within floral borders, above blind frieze drawers decorated with baskets of flowers and scrolling foliage, raised on tapered square supports united by concave stretchers and an oval under tier. A sterling silver and enamel butterfly brooch, decorated in blue and green enamel. An Edwardian mahogany, marquetry and mother-of-pearl inlaid occasional table, the circular top decorated with intertwined floral border, raised on four tapered square supports united by a concave under tier. A George IV silver circular coaster with gadroon mounts to rim and part reeded body, on turned wood base, Sheffield 1824. A German painted pine toy Noah`s Ark, mid 19th century, the superstructure with pitched roof above sides painted with doors and windows, one side sliding open to access the interior, the hull carved to the exterior to simulate planking. Similar Posts: