We offer probate valuation service in all Cambridgeshire areas including – Littleport Lolworth Longstanton Longueville Madingley March Maxey Melbourn Meldreth Milking Nook Milton Needingworth Newborough Newmarket Newton 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 William IV mahogany torchere, the circular platform top on tapering turned stem with carved leaf band on tripod base. A cased set of six silver collared butter knives hallmarked Sheffield 1911. A late 19th century locket and chain of oval-outline, with applied cross and fern design to one side and monogram to the other, suspended from a later belcher-link chain. A late Regency mahogany cheval mirror, the rectangular mirror plate supported on a ring turned frame with turned finials, raised on acanthus carved outswept moulded supports, with cast brass sabots, on casters. A late 19th century gold sardonyx memorial locket, the oval-shape sardonyx, with engraved initial monogram, to the plain hardstone reverse. A George III mahogany serpentine fronted chest of four graduated long drawers with applied gilt cast bronze foliate handles, the projecting corners with scrolling blind fretwork, raised on shaped bracket feet. An unmarked white metal card case with shaped border and overall embossed floral and foliate decoration. A set of three Regency silver oval salts, each flared body engraved with a crest beneath a cast gadrooned rim on four winged paw feet, London 1812. A pair of George II silver sauce boats, each body engraved with an armorial beneath a gadrooned rim, applied with a foliate capped scroll handle on scallop shell shouldered scroll legs terminating in shell feet. A pair of 19th Century Neoclassical Grecian cast iron vase shaped ornaments, of ovoid half fluted form with twin volute handles, the body cast in relief with fruiting vine band, the waisted trumpet shaped neck with a still leaf band and cast acanthus rim, on circular foot and square plinth base. A late 19th century gold pearl locket of oval outline, with applied cross and fleur-de-lys to the front outlined in blue enamel and set with cultured pearls. An Edwardian silver backed hand mirror with embossed birds amongst floral and foliate design, hallmarked Birmingham 1905. A late 19th Century French ormolu and white marble clock garniture, the clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the painted enamel dial with Arabic hours, flower festoons and inscribed ‘Mappin & Webb, London, W’, the drum case surmounted by a pair of doves, on a fluted pillar, applied with a flower festoon and flanked by a pair of foliate capped scroll supports, on a rectangular base with cast and pierced laurel and ivy panel, on turned feet, together with a pair of matching twin branch candelabra. A cased limited edition set of six silver Queen’s spoons ‘The Sovereign Queen’s Spoon Collection’, Sheffield 1977. A Victorian rosewood and burr walnut centre table, the rectangular crossbanded and parquetry trellis patterned top on paired bobbin turned supports united by a conforming stretcher, on downswept brass capped feet on casters. A pair of 18th Century Rococo period white painted and gilt showframe open armchairs, the oval backs above serpentine fronted seats, flanked by carved scrolling arms, raised on slender cabriole legs. A Victorian silver combination dip pen and propelling pencil with citrine stone set seal top, hallmarked Birmingham 1899. An early 20th century patinated bronze figure of Psyche, on a square marble plinth base. A pair of French Art Deco cold painted bronze bookends, modelled as humming birds, on marble bases. A pair of early 20th Century French Louis XVI style grey painted beechwood armchairs, with moulded frames, curved rectangular tapered padded backs, padded open scroll arms and stuffover seat, on fluted tapering legs, upholstered in blue striped velour. Similar Posts: