We offer probate valuation service in all Northamptonshire areas including – Charwelton Choppington Church Brampton Clacton On Sea Clipston Coton Cottisford Creaton Crick Croughton Daventry 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 Victorian 9 carat gold shell cameo brooch. A set of twelve John Walsh blue flashed cut champagne glasses, with wheel engraved fruiting vine border above a facetted band to the blue bowls, on clear stems and domed feet. A ladies Art Deco tonneau shaped mechanical strap watch, with a diamond set bezel, case marked platinum. A late 19th century diamond and enamel novelty brooch, designed as a rose-cut diamond grouse, with red enamel head, atop the bar brooch. A Baccarat crystal Moulin Rouge design champagne ice bucket, of octagonal tapering form with gilt metal mounted girdle and handles and a separate pierced inner bucket, etched mark to base and stamped mark to support to inner liner. A mid 19th century silver and gold foil-back amethyst and diamond brooch, the pear-shape foil-back amethyst within a rose-cut diamond foliate wreath and rose-cut diamond floral surmount. A pair of Bohemian enamelled and gilt decorated glass ewers, late 19th century, each painted to overlaid glass oval reserves with a young woman holding flowers, the ovoid body, neck and feet profusely gilded with scrolling leaves and tendrils. An early 20th century 18 carat gold diamond five-stone ring, the graduated old-cut diamond line too the openwork gallery, scrolling sides and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 1.55 carats. A diamond full-circle eternity ring, the brilliant-cut diamonds to the scroll engraved sides. Estimated total diamond weight 0.65ct. A pair of electroplated three branch and four light candelabra, mid 20th century. A Bohemian enamelled glass ewer, late 19th century, with an overlaid oval reserve enamelled with three cherubs holding garlands of roses amid clouds, the clear glass body painted in colours with trailing flowers and scrolling tendrils and leaves, with gilt borders. An electro-plated oblong baluster soup tureen and cover, with a foliate loop handle to the ogee domed cover, the baluster body with a gadrooned border with shell and flower decoration at intervals, twin foliate and shell handles, on four foliate and lion paw feet. A Scottish sterling silver bracelet, circa 1950, with pairs of lunette plaques, each set with glass panels, all joined by pairs of jump rings to a concealed box clasp, Glasgow 1957. A diamond three-stone ring, the half moon and square-shape diamond heart to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.45ct. A 9 carat gold two row curb chain bracelet, formerly an Albert chain, and a 9 carat gold seal, 34.44 gram. A pair of Victorian pink and white overlaid glass table lustres, with crenellated rims, decorated with classical portrait medallions and flower sprays, gilt strap work borders, suspended with prismatic cut drops. A 19th century mahogany secretary chiffonier, the rectangular top with an upright open gallery back supported by S-shaped uprights, above a deep secretary drawer opening to a fitted interior, above a pair of panelled cupboard doors, raised on tapered bun feet. An electroplated oval twin handled tray, early 20th century, with a fruiting vine relief border and handles, scroll foliate engraving and on fruiting vine open cast feet. A Portuguese straight-sided oval tea pot, with a bud finial to the domed cover, a composition C-scroll handle and threaded rims. A William IV mahogany work table, circa 1835, the top with flanking flaps above a single and double drawer, turned pillar and platform base with turned feet. Similar Posts: