We offer probate valuation service in all Derbyshire areas including – Amber Valley Bolsover Chesterfield Derbyshire Dales Erewash High Peak North East Derbyshire Burton Burton-upon-Trent 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 19th century mahogany single chair, top rail with leaf cresting, fluted uprights with Ionic capitals, upholstered in a yellow brocade. A Derby Named View two-handled pedestal ovoid vases, painted with On The River Elbe within gilt canted rectangular cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with gilt Regency scrolls, raised on a square plinth. An 18th century & later walnut table top miniature bureau, the feather banded fall with oval brass key escutcheon opening to reveal five pigeon holes and one long and two short drawers, over two pull-out lopers and a shaped drawer to the base, raised on four later short turned feet. A Derby figure of a boy standing with a dog on his knee, wearing a brown and green collared jacket, striped waistcoat, brown and floral bloomers, on a pierced scroll base. A mid 19th century elm and fruit wood high Windsor, with wheel pierced back splat over an elm saddle seat, on slender baluster turned front legs united by a turned H stretcher. A diamond and gem-set insect pendant designed as a winged insect, the oval-shape green tourmaline and circular-shape sapphire body, to the rose-cut diamond wings and red-gem eye detail, suspended from a flattened curb-link chain. An 18 carat gold emerald and diamond cluster ring, the rectangular-shape emerald, within a brilliant-cut diamond tiered border. Estimated total diamond weight 0.50ct. Hallmarks for Sheffield. A pair of George III country Chippendale open armchairs, each with vase shaped pierced back splat over a later wool work cover drop-in seat, on square chamfered front legs united by a plain H stretcher. A 19th century Chinese Yixing cylindrical teapot and cover, decorated with vine leaves and squirrels with squirrel knop and branch handle and spout. A Victorian ormolu-mounted pier cabinet, ebonized and inlaid in boxwood, pair of glazed doors enclosing a lined interior with two shelves, raised on bracket feet. A late 19th century gold diamond and emerald ring, the pear-shape diamond and emerald, each within a diamond point overlapping surround, to the similarly-cut diamond bow surmount and tapered sides. Principal diamond estimated weight 0.30ct. An early 20th century Chinese blue and white double gourd shaped vase, with painted prunus blossom on a blue ground – underglazed blue Hongxian four character mark to base and of the period. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, designed as a circular-shape sapphire, within a similarly-set brilliant-cut diamond and circular-shape sapphire triple surround. Estimated total diamond weight 1ct. A 19th century rosewood pedestal tea table, the hinged rectangular top raised on an octagonal baluster column and four foliate carved down swept supports with brass castors. An Edwardian gilt wood jardiniere stand, the circular top with three cane work panel sides decorated with applied laurel garlands, raised on three fluted rectangular supports with acanthus carved detail and tapered cylindrical supports with spiral fluted detail, united by a concave triangular shaped stretcher. A late 19th century Aesthetic figured walnut and ebonized drop leaf centre table, with central tooled leather sciver within four arched dropped flaps, on four slender flouted tapering legs terminating in salt glazed castors. A 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry inlaid side chair, the shaped splat inlaid with an urn issuing flowers and foliage, above a needlework upholstered drop in seat, raised on cabriole supports with claw and ball feet. A Derby elongated flared cylindrical two-handled vase, well painted with summer flowers, the bulbous base with gilt Regency scrolls, circular base, banded in gilt. A Chelsea Derby shaped rectangular standish, in relief with rams head and gilt swags, the well apertures with colourful floral sprigs, raised on paw feet. A Victorian walnut and parquetry inlaid Canterbury, the rectangular top with three divisions supported by tapered columns, above a single drawer, raised on tapered cylindrical supports with brass cups and white ceramic castors. Similar Posts: