We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cheshire areas including – Aston Audlem Barbridge Barthomley Barton Beechwood Beeston Betchton Bollington 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. A ladies white metal necklace, in graduated Greek key design with gate clasp, together with a white metal bracelet set with mother of pearl cameos with ladies quarter profile. A late 19thC slate and marble architectural design mantel clock, the 10cm dia. dial revealing an 8-day movement flanked by columns with back plates etched with flowers and scrolls, on a stepped base similarly decorated. A Georgian boxwood string inlaid mahogany tea casket, having straight sides and a lockable, hinged lid with an oval brass ring handle, enclosing a compartmented interior. An early 19th Century mahogany side table, the top having round corners and a thumb moulded edge, the central frieze drawer with lacquered brass bail handles on engraved backplates, raised on foliate scroll carved cabriole legs and pad feet. A George III rosewood and satinwood cross banded mahogany bureau, the fall front enclosing drawers and pigeonholes, over four graduated long drawers with cock beading and brass handles, on pierced backplates, raised on splayed bracket feet. An early 20th Century Degrave Short & Fanner table scale, centred with a brass weight above a central drawer revealing scale plates on a rectangular base. A late 19th Century cased mantel clock, the arched 12cm dial with a circular silvered Arabic chaptering, fitted in a caddy style case flanked by fluted columns before a key wind, pendulum driven, 8-day movement. A mid-20th Century oak framed dinner gong, with metal centre suspended by a stringing and flanked by barley twist columns on a rectangular part beaded base with gong. An English officer’s red velvet tunic, with gilt and black mounts, with RT Warwickshire epaulets, deer neck pin badges and lion and unicorn buttons, with a Hessian style lining. An early 20th Century stained pine shoe shine box, the square lid initialled WSD hinging to reveal a plain interior flanked by metal carrying handles on a block base. A mid-20th Century Smiths Noddy articulated alarm clock, with 10cm dia. Arabic dial and subsidiary second hand, set with Noddy, Big Ears and Mrs Bear in a white metal casing with articulated knobs verso. A 19thC tapestry, in colours formed as a couple being married in medieval dress before alter, in a heavily carved frame with an upper gadrooned shell scroll and leaf cornice, flanked by heavily carved pierced bell flowers. A heavily carved gilt wood and Gesso mirror, the rectangular glass flanked by an inner banding of ovals, with an outer entwined leaf banding and gilt wood flower heads. Two early 20th century gold brooches. The first designed as circular-shape peridot, to the openwork surround and seed pearl line sides, together with a seed pearl floral brooch. A 9ct gold peridot dress ring. The oval-shape peridot, to the illusion-set diamond asymmetric shoulders and tapered band. Hallmarks for Birmingham. A 9ct gold colour treated diamond floral cluster ring. The square-shape diamond quatrefoil collet, within a colour treated ‘brown’ diamond surround. A pair of 18ct gold diamond floral cluster earrings. Each designed as a brilliant-cut diamond cluster, with scalloped edge. A glazed majolica earthenware jardiniere, the shaped ellipse body raised with mask heads, scrolls and flowers, flanked by figure head scroll handles on an inverted base in blue, yellow and green glazes. A pair of 19th Century porcelain plaques, each hand painted with a muse and cherub, with gilt highlighted turquoise borders. An 18th Century faience charger, the circular body profusely decorated with a floral geometric pattern predominantly in blue, green and yellow, on a raised base. Similar Posts: