We offer probate valuation service in all Norfolk areas including – Heydon Hilgay Hillington Holkham Holt Horning Horsey Horstead Hoveton Hunstanton Huntingdon Ingham Itteringham Kings Lynn Langham Larling Lenwade Litcham Little Dunham Little Fransham Little Walsingham Loddon 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 set of six Victorian silver teaspoons and tongs with floral embossed decoration, cased. A pair of late 19th Century Sitzendorf figures of putti, on bended knee holding a pair of flower encrusted vases, decorated in underglaze blue and colour enamel. A George II mahogany tripod table, circa 1750, the circular top with turned barrel stem above three cabriole shaped downswept legs with pierced detail, on pad feet. A large Murano green and clear cased glass cornucopia, first half 20th century, with aventurine gold fleck inclusions, on a nobbly circular base. A Continental 800 standard silver baby’s rattle combined whistle, bell hung with coral teether. A pair of Bohemian enamelled lustre bottle vases, early 20th century, decorated with snowdrops and foliate, on an orange lustrous ground, gilt rims. A large Moorcroft pomegranate baluster shaped jardiniere, c.1917, with mottled green/cobalt blue ground. A Loetz style Art Nouveau iridescent green glass and pewter mounted bowl, c.1905, the dimple moulded glass bowl flanked by a pair of pewter bifurcated flower and tendril handles. A Sevres turquoise blue and green souffle glazed box and cover, 1930’s, probably Paul Milet, with gilt bronze bud and leaf mounts and mounted hinge and base. A large Victorian Copeland Christmas platter, with moulded raised edge, the centre decorated with a sprig of mistletoe within a wreath of holly, printed and impressed marks A Victorian solid silver and cut glass dressing table box hallmarked 1885. A set of six Royal Worcester bone china coffee cups and saucers, puce printed marks, pattern C.900; and a set of six silver gilt coffee spoons by Henry James Hulbert, London 1925. An early 20th Century H.A.C Wurttemberg German walnut mantel clock, the arched brass dial with cast spandrels and silvered dial, with Arabic numerals, brass 14 day gong striking movement, with hour strike and with pendulum and key. A Chinese Doucai tea bowl, decorated with a scene of children at play, bears a six character Yongzheng mark to base. A George IV giltwood and composition over mantle mirror, circa 1825, the moulded cornice above triple mirror plates and flanking cluster column pilasters. An early 20th Century mahogany cased architectural mantle clock, the silvered foliate engraved dial with Roman numerals and minute track, eight day brass movement striking on a gong with half hour strike. A George III Irish silver drum mustard pot by Joseph Jackson, the domed cover with a pierced shell thumb piece, an S-scroll handle, beaded edges and pierced with patera and bars, with an associated blue glass liner. An Edwardian rectangular embossed silver dressing table tray, decorated with cartouche C scrolls and stylised masks, Birmingham 1904. A Doulton Lambeth glazed stoneware oil lamp decorated by Harriet E Hibbut, of inverted baluster form, decorated in raised relief with flower prunus branches, butterflies and panels filled with perched birds, a coiled snake and a goldfish, on plinth base. A pair of late Victorian shaft and globe decanters and stoppers, the body moulded with relief diamonds and engraved with roses, each with an Edwardian silver disc decanter label ‘Sherry’ and ‘Port’. Similar Posts: