We offer probate valuation service in all Rutland areas including – Egleton Empingham Exton Great Casterton Greetham Hambleton Ketton Lyddington Cottesmore 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 diamond single-stone ring, the old-cut diamond to the grooved shoulders and plain band. Estimated diamond weight 0.80ct. An ebonized table clock, the late 19th century English eight-day twin chain fusee bell striking movement with anchor escapement, the arcaded minute ring enclosing a chequerboard hath engraved centre, with rococo scroll cast and pierced spandrels. An aquamarine and diamond dress ring, the rectangular-shape aquamarine to the pave-set diamond three-row line sides. A late Georgian gold rock crystal doublet and diamond comet brooch, circa 1820, the rectangular-shape foil-back rock crystal doublet, with scrolling spacer, to the foil-back old-cut diamond terminal. Estimated diamond weight 0.45ct. A pair of Japanese silver wire cloisonné enamel dragon vases, Meiji period, each decorated with a three claw dragon on a midnight blue ground, gilt rims and cast marks to base. An early 20th century mahogany wing armchair, raised on short foliate carved cabriole supports with claw and ball feet, resting on casters. A Japanese root wood hibachi, 19th century, the gnarled and knotted vessel with rich patina, remnants of iron metal liner, on an ebonized pine base. An early 20th century gold enamel and diamond flower brooch, the white, pink and purple enamel pansy, with old-cut diamond central highlight, to the scrolling openwork surround with textured leaf accents An Italian plain silver and jade mounted straight-sided oblong section box, the hinged cover inset with a Chinese jade panel carved with pomegranates, the interior gilt. A pair of ivory cylindrical boxes, circa 1900, with turned finials to the flat pull-off cover, the pewter foliate mounts with amber cabochon. A Victorian walnut side cabinet, circa 1870, the rectangular top with ebonized edge above an inlaid frieze and a pair of glazed panel doors enclosing shelves, on plinth and turned ebonized feet. An ivory cylindrical box with inner scent bottle, early 19th century, with pique work dagger and heart decoration, the inner cylinder with a glass interior. A Japanese carved and painted pine Daruma doll, 19th century, with remnants of polychrome decoration. A George III silver mounted cut glass scent flask and combined toothpick box, by Thomas II and John III Jackson, London circa 1795. A 19th century oleograph portrait of a dog, 11.25ins x 9ins. A Japanese bronze bowl and stand, 19th century, the stepped circular bowl cast in relief with archaistic phoenixes amid clouds, three character cast signature to base of bowl, the stand modelled as a three clawed dragon. A Regency mahogany Canterbury, circa 1815, with turned finials and corner supports separated by four dividing sections, the central divider with carry handle, above base with single drawer, turned legs terminating with brass caps and castors. An Antique road map, Hereford to Leicester with map of Leicestershire, framed and glazed front and back. A large Burmese white faced Mandalay standing figure of Buddha, 19th century, wearing a red robe, on a lotus carved circular base. An Edwardian ivory letter opener with silver mount by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1902, the handle carved with two monkeys and a snake.