We offer probate valuation service in all Nottinghamshire areas including – Tuxford Farndon Lowdham Misterton Gedling Mansfield Newark Sherwood Rushcliffe Arnold Beeston 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 French miniature silver gilt and green enamel cased timepiece, the circular white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, within green guilloche and engraved silver gilt decorative case, all presented within original fitted box.
A 18th century brass and copper Dutch tobacco box, the lid engraved with a double eagle armorial and eight armorial shields against an acanthus scroll ground, the base with a lion above a crowned armorial shield and with fifteen other armorial shields. An early 20th century French 18ct gold split pearl brooch. The split pearl, star-set to the plain disc, with scrolling foliate surround. French assay marks. An Edwardian mahogany and boxwood lined cellarette, the hinged rectangular dome top opening to a fitted interior of bottle divisions, the sides with brass lion mask and ring terminals, raised on four tapered square supports with spade feet. A Chinese dark wood low table, 20th century, the rectangular top above a frieze carved with dragons contesting flaming pearls and birds, raised on four concave supports with claw and ball feet. A Turkish gilt metal jar and cover, 20th century, the lid with silvered finial, on pedestal base, the body incised with foliate designs. A Chinese carved and pierced wood four fold screen, early 20th century, carved with panels of dragons and flaming pearls, with detachable pierced surmounts. A French miniature silver gilt and green enamel cased timepiece, the circular white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, within green guilloche and engraved silver gilt decorative case, all presented within original fitted box. A 19th century Regency style rosewood and brass inlaid card table, the hinged rectangular top opening to a red baize lined interior, above a plain frieze centred with rectangular tablet inlaid with brass flower head and foliage, raised on a tapered rectangular column, resting on a concave platform base with four downswept supports ending in brass paw feet and castors. A Chinese famille verte style vase and matched cover, 19th Century, of gourd shape, the domed cover with ovoid finial, decorated with a continuous domestic scene above a continuous battle scene between mixed complex borders, with associated carved hardwood stand. A Chinese blue and white porcelain rosewater sprinkler, 19th century, with white metal spout, of onion form painted with sprays of flowers. A pair of silver mounted ceramic golf ball salt and pepper shakers, Chester. A William IV rosewood occasional table, the circular top raised on a tapered hexagonal column and concave platform base with three bun feet. An 18ct gold amethyst and diamond pendant. The hart-shape amethyst, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to the similarly-cut diamond panel tapered surmount, suspended from a curb-link chain. Estimated total diamond weight 0.50ct. A ‘Sèvres’ porcelain coffee can and saucer, painted with two rings of interlaced blue and gilt twining. A pair of emerald and diamond ear pendants. Each designed as an oval-shape emerald and single-cut diamond cluster, suspended from a similarly-set scalloped surmount. Estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct. A George III red tortoiseshell serpentine two division tea caddy, with white metal swing handle, corner mounts, with ebonized base and claw and ball feet, the interior with two canisters with octagonal lids. A Chinese cloisonné box, Qing, circa 1900, of rectangular form and worked with panels of scrolling foliage around a central Shou symbol to the hinged top, the interior wood lined. An 18ct gold aquamarine and diamond three-stone ring. The oval-shape aquamarine, with triangular-shape diamond sides, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.45ct. An Ottoman rectangular velvet and silver metal thread embroidered Quran box, 18th century, decorated with birds and stylised foliage. A Japanese cloisonné cigarette box, Meiji/Taisho era, of rectangular form and worked in yellow metal wire with birds amid profuse flowering plants, the sides with flower, scroll and lappet bands, the interior gilt and worked with marine motifs. Similar Posts: