We offer probate valuation service in all Derbyshire areas including – Chesterfield Long Eaton Swadlincote Ilkeston Glossop Staveley Heanor Alfreton Belper Buxton Clay Cross-North Wingfield Dronfield South 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 late 19th century mahogany bracket clock, the silvered dial with Roman numerals and engraved foliate decoration, the twin train movement striking on a gong, within an architectural case with foliate carved details and pierced sound fret side panels, raised on square shaped feet. A George III mahogany bookcase, with inlaid frieze over two astragal glazed doors opening to reveal three adjustable shelves, raised on later shaped bracket feet. An early 19th century mahogany bow front chest of two short over three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, fitted with brass ring handles and raised on plain bracket feet. A Geroge III mahogany serpentine sideboard, of country house proportions, the back stepped superstructure over an arrangement of three central short drawers flanked by a deep drawer to each side, fitted with brass swan-neck handles, raised on four square tapering boxwood strung front legs, terminating in a collared foot. A late 19th century gold locket of oval outline, the deeply grooved central panel, with rope-twist detail and floral engraved sides, suspended from a tapered surmount. 20.9 grams. A Spode basket and cover, painted with colourful summer within gilt cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with leafy gilt scrolls, loop handle, the cover pierced, flower finial. A late 17th century oak gate leg dining table, the oval top on barley twist supports, united by plain side stretchers and raised on short turned feet. A Spode flared cylindrical vase, bat printed with huntsman and hound, with a beaded border and gilt line border. A pair of unusual late 19th Century brass pillar candlesticks of Arts and Crafts design. A Chinese silver card case, late Qing Dynasty, of shaped rectangular form with embossed decoration of rock work, birds and overhanging trees on a pounced ground. A marble and gilt metal mounted mantle clock, with convex white enamel dial and Arabic numerals, with urn shaped surmount and laurel wreath detail, raised on four tapered cylindrical columns and demi-lune platform base with three bun feet. A ladies 18 carat gold cathedral set diamond ring, having twenty seven diamonds in rows of three. An English porcelain ornithological jardiniere, probably Minton, painted with fanciful birds perched on fruiting branches, in colours on a turquoise ground, gilt dentil borders. A Spode Imari flared cylindrical cache pot and stand, decorated in the typical palette with stylised leaves and foliage, banded gilt borders and winged mask handles. A Chinese blue and white porcelain cylindrical vase decorated with flowering trees and bamboo, signed to base. A Chinese silver bowl, late Qing Dynasty, makers mark of WH, Wang Hing, with chased and pierced decoration of two pairs of dragons contesting heart-shaped pearls amidst cloud scrolls, impressed marks. A garniture of three Spode Imari cylindrical vases, decorated with peonies and foliage, banded gilt borders. A Chinese blue, white and ochre glazed bottle vase with slender neck on bulbous base, double ring mark to base. An emerald and diamond cluster ring, the rectangular-shape emerald, within a brilliant and baguette-cut diamond surround, to the brilliant-cut diamond line shoulders and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct. A 20th century Louis XVI style cream painted four fold screen, with machine embroidered panels depicting the arts. Similar Posts: