We offer probate valuation service in all London areas including – Lower Clapton Lower Morden Loxford Maida Vale Malden Rushett Manor House Manor Park Marks Gate Maryland Marylebone (also St Marylebone) Mayfair Maze Hill Merton Park Mile End Mill Hill Millbank Millwall Mitcham Monken 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 ruby and diamond cluster ring, with central ruby surrounded by eight platinum set diamonds on 18 carat gold shank. A Victorian diamond and pearl ring, with central solitaire diamond surrounded by split pearls in an oblong setting on 18 carat gold shank. A ruby and diamond ring, comprising central oval ruby flanked to either side by two shoulder set baguette diamonds on an 18 carat white gold shank. An emerald and diamond ring, having a cluster of seven cabochon emeralds in a flowerhead setting with diamond inset shoulders on 9 carat gold shank. A diamond cluster pendant, having central stone set on two layers of overlapping diamonds, on a 9 carat gold belcher link chain. A late Georgian mahogany needlework table of rectangular form with one long drawer and pleated material box, on a stretcher frame with scroll carved end supports, carved platforms and scrolling feet. A late 19 century Georgian style mahogany standing corner cupboard, astragal glazed and flanked by open shelves, over a base with central open compartment also flanked by open shelves on a stepped and moulded plinth. A pair of late 19c mahogany open armchairs with caned cameo backs, satinwood line inlaid, the downswept arms with bulbous carved supports, having caned seats, turned tapering front legs and rear sabre legs. An Edwardian mantel clock with French movement in a round topped mahogany case, with oval fan inlay and boxwood line inlay and brass ball feet. The single train French movement has a silvered cylinder platform escapement. An early 19 century mahogany breakfront sideboard with shaped panelled back and sides, having two central drawers over a cupboard, flanked by one cupboard and one bottle drawer under short drawers, within reeded scrolling veloutes and supported on ring turned baluster legs. An early 20th century Japanese stained ivory netsuke, carved in the form of a kneeling man practising a game of Shogi, with a board and an open instruction book, the base with a signature on an inlaid red lacquer rectangular reserve. An early 20th century signed Japanese stained ivory netsuke, carved in the form of a seated man eating noodles, the base with an engraved signature. An early 20th century Japanese ivory netsuke of Ebisu holding the giant carp, the ivory partially stained, the reverse with an engraved signature. A Japanese Meiji period ivory sword handle, carved and pierced in the form of a skeleton holding a fan and in the company of a monkey and a rat headed mythical creature, a lotus leaf and pod behind. An early 20th century Japanese stained & coloured ivory figure of Fukurokuju, together with a fitted wood stand, the deity in the company of a small boy bearing a peach. An early 20th century Japanese stained & coloured ivory carving of a warrior, together with a wire inlaid fixed wood stand, the elaborately clad and bearded warrior bearing aloft a tripod censer. An early 20th century Chinese carved Celadon green Jade vase and cover, of archaic form, the sides carved with formal scroll stemmed heads of lotus. A late 19 century French mantel clock in waisted Art Nouveau mahogany case inlaid with boxwood and mother of pearl Art Nouveau floral designs. The French circular single train movement has a modern lever platform escapement. A 19th century collection of over 160 butterflies and moths from a variety of world locations, all contained within a mahogany glazed folding cabinet. A 19th century Chinese agate carving of a Buddhistic lion pup, together with a pierced and fitted hardwood stand, the stone of predominantly grey tone with russet inclusions. Similar Posts: