We offer probate valuation service in all London areas including –Petersham Petts Wood Pimlico Pinner Plaistow Plaistow Plumstead Ponders End Poplar Pratt’s Bottom Preston Primrose Hill Purley Putney Queen’s Park Queensbury Rainham Ratcliff Rayners Lane 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 sapphire and diamond ring, comprising central oval sapphire, flanked by a diamond to each side in an enclosed setting on an 18 carat gold shank. A lady’s Rolex wristwatch, the manual wind movement with silvered octagonal dial, Roman numerals and 9 carat gold octagonal case with woven strap. An amethyst and diamond ring, having oval amethyst in raised setting on a textured oval bed inset with diamonds on pierced framework with diamond inset shoulders on 9 carat white gold shank. A Victorian brooch, of woven chased ribbon style, the enamelled cabochon centre with a diamond in a star setting over tasselled chain drops. A ruby and diamond ring, having central oval ruby flanked by a group of four diamonds to each side on diamond inset shoulders on 9 carat gold shank. An unusual early 20th century Chinese bronze cup, the sides cast in high relief with a variety of sea creatures and water weeds, the interior silvered, the base with a seal mark. A Chinese republic Meiji period Ming style Cloisonné censer, the base decorated with a pair of Republic national flags, the rim with double upright loop handles, the sides decorated with formal scrolling lotus reserved on a dark blue ground. A pair of 19th century Chinese yellow ground porcelain bowls, he sides decorated with auspicious character roundels reserved on a ground of ribboned wan swastikas, each base with a seal mark in iron-red. A Chinese porcelain vase of lantern form, the sides well decorated en grisaille and in iron-red with calligraphy and with a fenced garden scene of scholars and boy attendants, the neck interior turquoise, the base with a Qianlong seal mark. A Victorian Staffordshire flat back cow creamer, modelled standing with a milk maid as the handle, and two Victorian Staffordshire flat back cottage spill vases each as an encrusted castellated building with central clock face. A Victorian ruby glass double ended scent bottle by Sampson Mordan & Co, with hinged and screw thread gilded chased covers. A late Victorian walnut occasional table, with moulded edged circular top on turned and carved pedestal with three similarly carved scrolling supports. A pair of Victorian opaque glass vases, each of bottle shaped form with trumpet rim, the body painted with a spray of flowers and leaves. A Victorian walnut writing slope, of oblong form with brass strapwork inlay and corners, the hinged lid opening to reveal a fitted interior with inset writing surface, cuboid glass inkwell, pen tray and three secret drawers, together with a Victorian papier mache tea caddy inlaid with mother-of-pearl and painted and gilded with flowers, the hinged lid opening to reveal a fitted interior of two compartments with lift off lids on four outward spreading feet. A Victorian table oil lamp, with black glazed ceramic base, brass reeded column stem, moulded opaque glass reservoir, duplex burner, cranberry glass shade and clear glass chimney. A Victorian double ended perfume bottle, the facetted clear glass body with unmarked white metal screw and hinged top to one end and screw top to the other, each inset with a monogrammed gilded panel A Victorian Copeland table centrepiece, in the form of three cherubs linked by a leafy garland supporting a writhen fluted and floral moulded bowl on a trefoil shaped base with scroll moulded undulating rim, in white and gilt. A Victorian hip flask, the facetted clear glass body with screw top and removable half cover/beaker each inset with a monogrammed gilded panel. A Victorian walnut writing slope, of oblong form inlaid with tunbridge ware bands, the slightly domed hinged lid opening to reveal a fitted interior with inset writing surface, two cuboid glass inkwells and pen tray. A Victorian walnut nursing chair, the line incised balloon back with carved crest rail, tapestry and needlework upholstery and overstuffed matching seat on short cabriole front legs with scrolling knuckle feet and brass/ceramic castors. Similar Posts: