We offer probate valuation service in all Cambridgeshire areas including – Leighton Bromswold Leverington Linton Little Downham Little Gransden Little Shelford Little Wilbraham 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 Victorian Scottish mahogany chest of drawers with square edge to top, fitted one frieze drawer with cushion front, three long drawers under, on plinth base with bun feet. An 18 carat white gold and diamond five stone ring, the diamonds of approx. 0.33 carats combined. A Victorian papier mache snap top occasional table, the circular top hand painted with parrots, urns issuing flowers and foliage and fruit, on a baluster column and circular platform base with three scroll feet and brass casters. An 18 carat yellow gold, amethyst, and white sapphire ring, the stones set in an oval openwork mount. A 20th Century South African stinkwood circular occasional table of shaped outline, on four cabriole legs with pad feet. An ochre and green upholstered sofa, covered in fabric with an overall design of floral branches, the rectangular back above a loose cushion seat, flanked by downswept arms. A late Georgian oak lowboy inlaid with bandings, fitted four drawers, on square tapered legs. A pair of painted wood simulated marble columnar table lamps. A 9ct gold raspberry tormaline and diamond ring. A late Victorian walnut and ebonized rectangular occasional table on four slender turned supports with splayed toes and X-pattern stretcher. A 9 carat yellow gold, diamond, and amethyst half eternity ring. A solid silver topped Art Deco sugar castor hallmarked Birmingham 1937. A 9ct gold fire opal half eternity ring. A Chinese bronze twin-handled incense burner, decorated with scrolling foliage, raised on tripod feet, with seal mark to base. An unusual 19th century tortoiseshell pendant necklace, the oval pendant containing mirror, the hinged front having floral engraved decoration. A Victorian walnut demi-lune card table, the shaped hinged top above a plain frieze centred with scroll and foliate carved detail, raised on a tapered cylindrical column and four foliate carved downswept supports, resting on white ceramic casters. A carved oak mural cupboard in Charles II style, constructed from 17th century and later elements, the central cupboard panel carved with a lion, each flanking panel carved with a lozenge motif, the open shelf above with rear lunette carved panel. An early 19th century rosewood, gilt metal mounted and boxwood lined work table, the rectangular top with twin drop leaves above a small drawer and deep drawer with bag, backed by two false drawers, on a stepped rectangular plinth base with four downswept supports, brass paw feet and casters. A mulberry veneered and sycamore strung workbox in the form of a piano, the hinged cover with inset ivory keys, the box raised on five turned and ebonized wood legs, the interior with paper lining. A Chinese brown glaze water brush pot, bears a six character Chenghua style mark to base. Similar Posts: