We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including – Clifton Cockermouth Coniston Cotehill Crook Crooklands Cumwhinton Cumwhitton 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 pairs of 18th century English brass wall sconces, one pair with a foliate backplate, and a single arm with a flower-head nozzle, 23.5cm high, the other pair with a scrolling leaf backplate and a pair of conforming arms with rocaille drip-pans and foliate nozzles, 30cm high. A 19th century carved wooden doll, with painted features and articulated limbs, wearing a silk dress and with flowers in her hair, 31cm high. A George II shagreen knife box, with a brass swing handle and escutcheon, the part velvet lined interior with its original matrix, on brass feet. An early 18th century teak and rosewood travelling writing box, the cross banded top above a frieze drawer with five divisions, above two secret base drawers, with an iron escutcheon and side carrying handles. A George II walnut chest on chest, with three short and six long cross and feather banded drawers flanked by fluted angles, on bracket feet. An early 18th century walnut chest on stand, the veneered and cross banded top above two short and four long drawers, the later base with three drawers on bun feet. An early 18th century walnut lowboy, with three frieze drawers and shaped aprons on moulded cabriole legs and Braganza feet. A George II walnut lowboy, the cross and feather banded top with a caddy moulded edge, above three frieze drawers and a shaped apron on pointed pad feet. A William and Mary oyster veneered cabinet on stand, with a cushion drawer above a pair of cross banded doors, enclosing an arrangement of ten drawers around a central cupboard, the later stand with a frieze drawer on spiral twist supports bun feet. A William and Mary style walnut and floral marquetry wall mirror, with a bevelled plate and a cushion frame, inlaid with scrolling leaves and flowers. An 18th century walnut mule chest, inlaid stringing and burr yew banding, the hinged top quarter veneered and inlaid a parquetry star revealing a vacant interior and a conforming front fitted with two drawers, the base with a single long drawer all fitted with brass handles, with side carrying handles and on wood castors. An 18ct gold fine link chain supporting an enamelled oval pendant in pierced frame set with cultured pearls, the plaque decorated with a young woman wearing red cloak. An 18ct yellow gold mounted black opal pendant of shaped rhombus form, hallmarked to the suspension ring, on 18ct gold fine open link chain necklace. A pair of diamond set stud earrings with an inner ring of black diamonds in slightly eccentric white metal ring, stamped 750. A pair of three tier teardrop studs with rows of small single cut diamonds all claw set in white on yellow metal with stem stamped 10k, and a pair of yellow metal leaf pattern studs pave set with small eight cut diamonds. A pair of oval shell cameos hallmarked 9ct, a pair of teardrop shaped coral cabachons no visible marks, a pair of tigers eye balls, and a pair of round cabachon opals in rub over setting hallmarked stems. A small early George III mahogany bachelor’s chest by George Speer, the pull-out brushing slide with a printed paper trade label, above four long drawers and later castors. A set of four George II mahogany dining chairs, each with a solid splat above a needlework drop-in seat on shell capped cabriole front legs and turned and block stretchers. A Chinese porcelain vase, 20th century, of cylindrical form, famille rose decorated with three Long Eliza figures in a garden. A Noritake porcelain part coffee service, early 20th century, of baluster form, reserve painted with vignettes of flowers against a celestial blue ground with gilt overlay and turquoise jewelling, comprising coffee pot, cream jug, sucrier, four cups and saucers. Similar Posts: