We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including – Dearham Dent Distington Dockray Dubwath Duddon Valley Egremont Ellenborough 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 Moorcroft pottery pin dish decorated in the Violet pattern against a cobalt blue ground, and a further pin dish decorated in the Water Lily pattern against a cobalt blue ground. A group of eleven Wedgwood glass paperweights, comprising a polar bear, owl, penguin, seal, rhinoceros, snail, squirrel, rabbit, fish and mushroom, together with two further glass paperweights. A Shelley porcelain part breakfast service reserve decorated with vignettes of iron red flowers against a cobalt blue and gilt ground, comprising cream jug, sugar bowl, four bread plates, twelve breakfast plates, seven coffee cups, twelve saucers and six plates. A hand woven Persian wool carpet with red ground, three cream diamond medallions, field decorated stylized floral motifs, multiple dark blue borders. A Carolean style oak carver chair, late 19th century, with s scroll and mask decoration, cane seat and back, raised on turned legs united by an H frame stretcher. A Lebus oak three sectional bookcase, with a gallery over three shelves, each with lift and slide glazed doors, raised on a plinth base. A pair of Chinese porcelain soldier vases, 20th century, of long necked, tapering form, famille verte decorated with a palace in a mountainous landscape and figures on a bridge, beneath script and a leaf border. A Chinese Qing dynasty, late 19th century porcelain garniture famille vert against a blue ground, reserves decorated with birds and flowers, comprising a baluster vase, 29cm, and two sleeve vases with flared rims, 28cm. A Noritake porcelain nine piece dressing table set, bearing marks for 1908, painted with a rural scene, comprising tray, a pair of candlesticks, a pair of powder pots, a further larger powder pot, a hair receiver, a hat pin holder and a ring holder, together with a further dressing table set of four pieces, also decorated with a rural scene, comprising trap, hair receiver, candlestick, and ring holder, and a coffee service in the same pattern, comprising coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl, and six cups and saucers. A white metal quartz dress watch with marcasite surround on articulated bracelet of amethyst coloured stones win heart shaped settings. A ladies Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date just bi colour bracelet watch, grey dial with gilt Roman numerals, hands and crown. Date aperture. A George III mahogany open armchair, with a leaf carved pierced splat above a later drop-in seat, on moulded front legs. An early George III mahogany chest on chest, the detachable cornice with a Greek key moulding above pendants and a blind fret frieze, with two short and three long drawers flanked by blind fret canted angles and three long drawers, on bracket feet. A George III mahogany breakfront sideboard, inlaid with boxwood stringing with a frieze drawer flanked by cupboards, on square tapering legs. A pair of 18ct white gold fancy yellow and white diamond drop earrings, each with pear shaped drop beneath rectangular bar with butterfly clasp. A pair of 18ct white gold and diamond Boodles floral earrings, the round brilliant cut diamonds set into an organic five lobed design with diamond set suspension. A yellow metal swivel fob with ovoid green and amber coloured stones, with integral suspension ring, and two yellow metal seal fobs, one oval with carved initials and the other shield shaped vacant stone. A 9ct yellow gold snap bangle with one side bright cut decorated, a 9ct yellow gold ring set with an emerald cut aquamarine with scrolling shoulders, size N, a 9ct yellow gold ring set with a pearl bead, size Q, and a yellow metal bar brooch set with an oval pale blue stone, gold weight approx 18.6g. A mahogany washstand in mid 18th century style, the open ring top with a later insert on turned supports and a triform centre, fitted with two drawers on cabriole legs and pad feet. A pair of mahogany torchéres in George III style, each with a pierced wavy edge gallery on a leaf carved and fluted stem and moulded tripod supports. Similar Posts: