We offer probate valuation service in all West Midlands areas including – Marston Green Meriden Middleton Minworth Moseley Nechells New Quay Northfield Oldbury Pensnett Princes End Quarry Bank 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 silver fish slice, in the fiddle and thread pattern, hallmarked Glasgow 1827, bears makers mark for Robert Gray. An 18th century style walnut lowboy, the rectangular top with moulded edge over three short drawers, above an arched kneehole, on cabriole front legs terminating in a ball and claw foot. A 19th century tortoiseshell and ivory card case. A George III oak linen press of small proportions, the two fielded panelled door reentrant top corners opening to reveal three pull-out shelves, on a low base of two short over one long drawer, raised on plain bracket feet . An Art Deco gold plated dress hunter keyless wind pocket watch, the engine turned case enclosing a chequer champagne dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds. A Victorian figured walnut ladies’ toilet box fitted with seven toilet jars and boxes, with silver plated mounts and four cut glass toilet bottles, lift-out tray, lower secret drawer, hinged cover with spring-loaded mirror and stationery compartment. A George III burr walnut, boxwood lined and marquetry inlaid octagonal shaped tea caddy, the hinged cover inlaid with a conch shell, opening to a foil lined interior, the front inlaid with a conch shell flanked by smaller inlaid panels of urns issuing flowers. A gentleman’s stainless steel Omega Constellation Megaquartz wristwatch the rectangular white baton dial with day date, on black leather strap. A George III silver wine coaster with pierced and bright cut decoration and wavy reeded border, turned wooden base. A Victorian silver sugar caster of baluster form, with engraved crest, detachable pierced cover and urn finial, on a circular pedestal foot. A suite of silver and cubic zirconia jewellery, to include a baguette and round cut CZ eternity ring, a matching pendant on chain, a pair of matching earrings, and a silver and cubic zirconia set line bracelet. A William IV rosewood book stand, the rectangular top with a three quarter gallery raised on tapered baluster supports above a single shallow drawer, raised on four bun feet. A late 18th/early 19th century mandarin palette quart mug, the cylindrical sides painted with a green beaded oval of figures opposite interlinked strap handle with purple flower and pink leaf terminals, the rim gilt with cash diaper band above a green beaded line. A Victorian button back Louis XV style settee, with walnut leaf carved show frame re-covered in a salmon pink damask style material, the button back over a serpentine seat, on short cabriole front legs terminating a pointed toe and castors. A late Victorian oak tantalus with silver plated mounts and bevelled mirror back, fitted with three cut glass decanters and stoppers, with two hinged lockable covers opening to a fitted interior above a shallow drawer containing playing cards and two cribbage boards. A George V page-turner with silver blade and ivory handle, with wrythen turned and carved decoration. A bronze brown ink well bearing seal mark of Qianlong, the beehive shape with raised bands of thunder scrolls enclosing another of daodieh. A George III silver cruet frame of circular form, with pierced decoration, rope work border and central carrying handle, on three ball and claw feet, containing six cut glass bottles with white metal mounts and cut glass stoppers. A wucai tea bowl bearing six character mark of Yongzheng, the exterior painted with round topped arches of blue vines containing shou characters above coloured stems of lotus flowers and a ruyi lappet foot band. A Louis XVI style giltwood triptych fire screen, with leaf moulded and gadrooned show frame. Similar Posts: