We offer probate valuation service in all Rutland areas including – Barrowden Bisbrooke Braunston Caldecott Clipsham Cottesmore Egleton Empingham Exton Great Casterton 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 pair of late 19th century gold agate ear pendants, each designed as a marquise-shape banded agate cabochon, to the tapered surmount. A pair of Jacobite style large glass goblets, early 20th century, each wheel engraved with a rose and the motto ‘fiat’, on spiral moulded stems and domed feet. A Bohemian ruby glass multi-facetted baluster vase, late 19th century, wheel engraved with deer in a forest. A set of six lobed drinking glasses, late 19th century, in Renaissance revival style, finely wheel engraved with birds, flowers and scrolling leaves, on a conical foot with flower garlands. A modern Persian Sumac rug, woven in colours with three bold shaped medallions, the field filled with animals and birds on an ivory ground within triple striped borders. An Austrian cold painted bronze erotic group, early 20th century, portraying a Moor standing beside a girl and holding a robe across her, his arm articulated at the shoulder to remove the robe, the base cast as a rug. A pair of Victorian polychrome painted papier-mâché models of a southern European couple, late 19th century, each portrayed as standing on rough ground, above circular ebonized wood bases, both with applied paper labels to the underside. A Victorian crocodile skin gentleman’s travelling case with silver mounted fittings, by W. & G. Neal, London 1889. A silver mounted glass claret jug by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1914, the flat cover with an open work shell thumb piece, a moulded elongated S-scroll handle, the long conical body cut with a band of panels. An Edwardian silver oval shaped basket, Birmingham 1902, with a threaded swing handle, embossed and pierced with C-scrolls and foliage, on an oval spreading pierced foot. An Edwardian silver mounted rock crystal glass claret jug, the quarter lobed flask shaped body is deep wheel engraved with a hunting scene within a landscape, with scrolling cartouche borders and flowers, square section applied handle and four triangular feet, London 1904. An Eastern rug of Persian design, woven in dark colours with a bold style floral filled central medallion, the floral Herati pattern field on a navy-blue ground within conforming spandrels and three stripe borders. An early 19th century Dutch inlaid games table, the swivel top inlaid card and domino motifs, centred a roundel of musical instruments and a mask, the top enclosing a well and opening to a baize surface with inlaid border, on inlaid apron and tapering straight legs. A pair of Edwardian bedside cupboards in George III style, 20th century, each with waved gallery top above a single cupboard door, on square tapering legs and spade feet. A Bidjar rug woven in colours with a bold central floral medallion, on a navy blue and wine ground, conforming spandrels and within stylised three stripe borders. A French fruitwood side cupboard, 18th century, the rectangular top above two short drawers and double cupboard doors enclosing fixed shelves, on a plinth base and bracket feet. A late 19th Century walnut and ebonized Vienna Regulator wall clock, the cream enamel dial with Roman numerals to the eight day movement striking on a gong, contained in case with carved pediment surmounted by a figure of a rearing horse, split turned columns to sides and with conforming apron. A William IV silver lobed baluster coffee pot and cover, London 1837, with a bud finial to the domed cover, a tongue-capped double scroll handle, engraved with scroll panels and a crest, on a shaped circular foot. A set of four St Louis colour flash and cut hock glasses, 20th century, with panel cut colour flashed and gilded bowls, on cut and tapering stems and petal shaped feet. A pair of diamond ear pendants, each designed as a series of brilliant-cut diamond marquise-shape links. Estimated total diamond weight 0.70ct. Similar Posts: