We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including– Seathwaite Sedbergh Shap Silecroft Silloth Skelton Southwaite Spark Bridge St Bees Stainburn 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 Victorian child’s blue silk dress coat, with applied gold and metal thread and lace trimmed cuffs, with a cotton lining. A Goldscheider pottery figure of a Nubian bare breasted woman, cast from a model by A. Rubelle, model no.896, modelled holding a shell tray, wearing a headdress and gold necklace, armband and bracelet, impressed marks and signature. An early 20th century 18ct gold opal and diamond ring, together with a diamond ring mount. The first set with three oval opal cabochons, with diamond point double spacers, together with a ring mount with rose-cut diamond border. Total weight 5.7gms. An early 20th century platinum diamond full-circle eternity ring. The single-cut diamonds, to the scroll engraved sides. A diamond cluster ring. Of hexagonal outline, the brilliant-cut diamond, within a similarly-cut diamond surround, to the asymmetric shoulders and plain band. A selection of three gem-set rings. To include a 9ct gold circular-shape sapphire and single-cut diamond floral cluster ring, a circular-shape ruby single-stone ring, together with a circular-shape ruby and colourless gem dress ring. One with hallmarks for Birmingham. Total weight 8.3gms. A diamond three-stone ring. The brilliant-cut diamond, with similarly-cut diamond sides, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.85ct. A late 19th century pique tortoiseshell brooch. Of circular-shape outline, the domed tortoiseshell disc, with bi-colour geometric inlay. A William IV bronze lamp base, possibly based on a drawing by Sir John Flaxman, with traces of original gilding, the lappet stem entwined with a scaly dragon. A pair of Regency gilt and patinated bronze figural candlesticks, hung with cut glass drops and lustres. A pair of Regency gilt and patinated bronze storm lanterns, each with a later glass shade, above engine turned nozzles and tripod ram’s head monopodia supports, the socles cast with stiff leaves. A pair of Regency bronze figural candlesticks, each with a classical male figure holding a lyre and cup, huing with cut glass drops and lustres, on ball feet. A carved alabaster ceiling light, suspended by four linked brass chains from a baluster and lappet mount. Worcester porcelain circular fruit bowl, the ivory ground decorated with blackberries, by Kitty Blake, signed, puce mark, dated 1926. Late 18th century Chinese tea bowl & non-matching saucer, both with polychrome painted panels of figures surrounded by lattice borders with smaller floral & foliate panels; also an early 19th century English porcelain tea cup & saucer decorated with chinoiserie in polychrome enamels over iron red transfer; together with a small mahogany cup & saucer stand. Two small Royal Doulton flambé glazed posy vases of squat baluster form decorated with a rural landscape. Japanese Fukagawa mid to late 20th century porcelain vase of baluster form, the white ground decorated with blossoming trees in iron red, blue, gilt & green, transfer mark & paper label, in original wooden box. Pair of Japanese Fukagawa mid to late 20th century porcelain vases of baluster form decorated with a tree in blossom in a similar palette with under glaze mark, in original wooden boxes. Late 19th/early 20th century patinated spelter figure of a gardener standing on naturalistic base holding a watering can & spade, signed Fuchs & mounted on ebonised socle plinth base. Pair of Art Nouveau style cased glass vases of slender form with metallic green striations on opaque pink ground. Similar Posts: