We offer probate valuation service in all Derbyshire areas including – Normanton Oakwood Osmaston Pear Tree Rose Hill Shelton Lock Sinfin Spondon Sunny Hill West End Wilmorton 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 20th century mahogany, giltwood and gilt metal mounted centre table in the Empire style, the circular top with a dentil and foliate carved frieze, raised on four winged caryatid tapered cylindrical supports with acanthus carved details and giltwood paw feet resting on brass castors, united by concave stretchers. A Lynton coffee cup and saucer, painted with roses in pink and red, gilt oval cartouche on a yellow ground applied with stars, printed mark in gilt. An 18th century Worcester basket-moulded dish with polychrome floral decoration and moulded leaf, and branch handles. A pair of Colonial rosewood single chairs, carved scroll backs with cane seats, on sabre legs. An 18th century Worcester blue and white coffee pot and cover with flower knop, moulded floral scroll decoration within blue painted borders – underglazed blue crescent mark to base. A Victorian burr walnut stretcher table, serpentine-shaped top on spiral fluted end supports, scroll legs with casters. A 19th century Lancashire alder wood spindle back open armchair, the shaped up rail over three rows of spindles above a rushed seat between open arms, on turned and tapering front legs united by a knop and ring turned front stretcher. A pair of George III Bristol blue decanters with pear-shaped stoppers and gilt line labels ‘Hollands’ and ‘Rum’, with chain and ribbon swag decoration. A late 19th century gold gem-set clover brooch. the three-leaf clover, with circular-cut diamond, cushion-shape ruby and sapphire highlights and central seed pearl, to the grooved stem with split pearl clover off-shoot. Estimated diamond weight 0.10ct. A Lynton canted square scent bottle, painted by Angela Harland, with Persian cat, the sides in ruby red, with gilt starburst cartouche jewelled in turquoise and white, silver gilt spiralled stopper. A Royal Worcester reticulated two-handled vase, decorated with rose swags, below pierced and jewelled band, leafy handles, in turquoise and gilt. A pair of George IV cut glass lustres with diamond cut decoration, on flower-head bases and prismatic drops. A Victorian yew and elm low Windsor with pierced back splat, over a saddle seat on baluster and triple ring turned front legs and untied by a crinoline stretcher. A French porcelain and ormolu table lamp decorated with flowers and musical instruments. An early 20th century oak and marble occasional table, the rectangular top with black, white and grey marble insert within a foliate carved border, raised on vase shaped trestle ends with four downswept supports united by a cross stretcher. A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal vase, painted with W. Powell, signed, with cranes in a continuous landscape, long fluted neck, mask and scroll handles, fluted base. A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, brightly decorated with thistles and late summer flowers, moulded with strap work and scrolls picked out in gilt on a pale green and blush ground, incurved square base. An 18th century Worcester bowl, printed and polychrome painted with Chinese-style figures and objects. An 18ct gold ruby and diamond floral ring, designed as a flower, the brilliant-cut diamond and circular-shape ruby cluster, to the pave-set diamond petal surround and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct. A Lynton coffee cup and saucer, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed with roses and flower heads within a circular cartouche applied with white seed pearls, the cobalt ground with gilt stars, gilt handle, monogrammed. Similar Posts: