We offer probate valuation service in all Derbyshire areas including – Whitwell Bakewell Tibshelf Shirland Pilsley Allenton Derby Allestree Alvaston Boulton California Chaddesden Chellaston Darley Abbey 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 Chinese porcelain double gourd vase painted in bright enamels with a dragon and phoenix chasing the flaming pearl, blue seal mark to base. A Lowestoft Fence pattern saucer, decorated in underglaze blue with fence and foliage, tramline border. A Chinese porcelain vase decorated in the famille verte palette with figures in a landscape, 6 character mark to base. A Graingers Worcester ovoid jug, painted with dead game within a canted cartouche, the ground with gilt swags and scrolls, deep banded border with unlinked roundels. A pair of Chamberlain Worcester two handled campana shaped tureens and covers, decorated in the Chinoiserie style with figures, hut, cranes, trees and foliage, in pink, green, blue and brown, bold leaf and bud finial. A Graingers Worcester two-handled pedestal urnular vase, well painted with colourful summer flowers within a canted gilt cartouche on a rose pompadour ground, the shoulders and handles in white picked out with gilt foliate scrolls, square plinth. A wooden walking stick, mounted with a cast bronze handle in the form of a boxer dog with inset glass eyes. A Chinese porcelain planter painted in bright enamels with figures, boats and buildings in a landscape, 2 ring mark to base. A George III mahogany bureau, the rectangular top above a fall front opening to a fitted interior of pigeon holes, small drawers and cupboard door, above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, raised on shaped bracket feet. A George III mahogany, boxwood and ebony lined card table, the hinged rectangular top opening to a baize lined interior above a plain frieze centred with a rectangular tablet, raised on four tapered square supports with spade feet. An 18th century style winged armchair on cabriole front legs, terminating in a ball and claw foot. A George III mahogany elbow chair in the Chippendale style, with a shaped top rail over a pierced vase shaped back splat, above a over-stuffed serpentine seat between scroll moulded open arms, on channel moulded front legs united by a plain H-stretcher. A Chinese blue and white porcelain cylindrical vase decorated with a warrior and his horse, with attendant servant and a panel of calligraphy verso. An English porcelain teacup and saucer, possibly Graingers, well painted with a continuous rural landscape, the interior banded in gilt. A Chinese porcelain baluster vase decorated in red and gilt with a crane perched in a flowering tree, blue seal mark to base. A 19th century mahogany and boxwood lined serpentine chest, the shaped rectangular top with a moulded edge above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, enclosed by canted angles inlaid with dot, flower heads and entwined lines, raised on bracket feet. A Victorian button back easy chair, recovered in a green fabric, on short turned and tapering front legs, terminating in brass castors. A Newhall tea service, each printed in blue in the chinoiserie manner with gilt line rims, comprising teapot and cover, milk jug, two bowls, eleven tea bowls and twelve saucers. A 19th century French rosewood and brass inlaid serpentine work table, the hinged top opening to reveal a three division interior over a pull-out work basket, on four slender cabriole legs with gilt metal mounts, terminating in a scroll foot. A 20th century mahogany pedestal desk in the George III style, the rectangular top with a gilt tooled leather insert above three frieze drawers, raised on two drawer pedestals with claw and ball feet. Similar Posts: