We offer probate valuation service in all Lincolnshire areas including – Pinchbeck Saxilby Nettleham Market Rasen Kirton Chapel Saint Leonards Heckington Metheringham Skellingthorpe Crowland Sutton Bridge 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 late 19th century, gold cased open faced fob watch by ‘Waltham’, with gilt embellished dial, Roman numerals and engraved case. 19th century rosewood vanity box, the interior with lift-out tray and silver plated lidded fittings, above a frieze drawer, and the lid also fitted inside with a secret compartment containing a mirror. An antique shiraz, the central geometric medallion on red and brown ground within multiple borders. 19th century rosewood vanity box, with brass escutcheon and similar brass bound corners, central vacant nameplate, enclosing an interior of lift-out tray with silver plated lidded fittings, also fitted with further brass strap work and the sides with recessed handles. An ebonized and marquetry inlaid wall mirror in the Dutch style, with bevelled rectangular mirror plate and scroll surmount. A pair of .925 silver and blue guilloche enamelled cufflinks by ‘Dunhill’. 20.88g. Four Coalport mid 19th century hand painted porcelain tea cups and saucers, each decorated with a different bouquet of flowers, gold garlands and scrolls. An Anglo-Indian bone inlaid and carved vanity box, the interior fitted with lidded compartments, applied on either side with drop handles and raised on base metal ball feet. A hallmarked 18 carat yellow and rose gold flower brooch, comprising a rose with three finely textured leaves, 6cm, approximate weight 15gms. An antique Ziegler Mahal rug, the all over palmette design on blue ground within multiple corresponding red borders. A 1982 half gold sovereign. A 19th century mahogany wing armchair, the leather upholstered back and arms with brass studded detail, with loose cushion seat, raised on tapered square supports with brass cups and castors united by an H-shaped stretcher. An 18 carat yellow gold bracelet, two row solid curb link chain 10mm wide and fitted with a 9 carat rose gold padlock fastener with safety chain, approximate weight 50gms. An English Staffordshire blue ground Chinoiseries gold painted porcelain matchbox stand. 20th century. An Aesthetic Movement ebonized hanging corner cabinet, the panelled cupboard door with painted details of birds and flowering branches, flanked by open shelves. An amethyst and seed pearl bar brooch, the oval mixed cut amethyst set to the centre of a yellow metal bar, set with small seed pearls in floral motifs, stamped 15 carat and fitted with a metal brooch pin, gross weight approximately 2.5gms. A small Continental combination inkwell and desk stand decorated with floral sprays and gilt highlights. A Victorian ebonized, marquetry and gilt metal mounted credenza of neat proportions, the shaped top above foliate inlaid frieze and central panelled cupboard door inlaid with foliate spray, opening to a green velvet lined mirror backed interior with two later glass shelves, flanked by a pair of convex glazed cupboard doors enclosing mirror backed interiors of green velvet lined shelves, raised on a plinth base with four bun feet. A 20th century green glass inkwell of oval form with a frieze of winged putti and classical figures, the lid with golfer. A 20th Century Meissen vase of cylindrical form, dark blue ground with a floral panel, raised on four scroll feet attached to a circular plinth. Marked with the blue Meissen swords and numbered. Similar Posts: