We offer probate valuation service in all Bedfordshire areas including – Flitwick Gamlingay Gravenhurst Great Barford Great Gransden Harlington Harrold Harrowden Haynes Henlow Hockliffe Houghton Conquest Houghton Regis Husborne Crawley Ivinghoe Ivinghoe Aston Milton Keynes Moggerhanger Newton 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 Victorian turned ivory desk seal, the oval white alloy head and matrix with a lozenge shield of widow Baker of Radnorshire. A reproduction walnut bedside cupboard, with bookshelf over, with a shaped frieze having two cupboard doors, raised on four cabriole legs. A George II mahogany and parcel gilt fretwork wall mirror, circa 1740, the rectangular mirror-plate surmounted by a pierced parcel gilt plume. A Victorian eight day mantel clock, in grey slate case inset with malachite and gilt outlines, with white enamel dial signed R Russell. A 19th century bloodstone desk seal, tapered and panelled oblong, the matrix carved with a coronet and a cypher. A citrine and diamond cluster ring, the oval-shape citrine within a brilliant-cut diamond asymmetric border. Estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct. A late 19th century French black slate and marble drum shaped mantel clock, with a white enamel dial and Roman numerals, on a shaped plinth. A mahogany pedestal cupboard, circa 1780, the lift top compartment with fluted frieze above panel door enclosing three shelves, raised on a plinth base. A George III mahogany bow front sideboard, circa 1800, the frieze drawer flanked by a cupboard and two drawers, on square section tapering legs and spade feet. An 18 carat gold sapphire and diamond cluster pendant and chain, the pear-shape pink sapphire, within a brilliant-cut diamond border and similarly-set surmount, to the trace-link chain. Estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct. A 19th century turned ivory desk seal, the rounded button knop unscrewing to reveal a compartment, a baluster stem, with a white alloy head and oval matrix with a coat of arms. A gentleman’s 18 carat gold signet ring, the oval-shaped panel, engraved to depict an eagle crest to the plain tapered band. Hallmarks for Birmingham, 1999. An 18 carat gold diamond and sapphire pendant and chain, of lozenge-shape outline, brilliant-cut diamond and circular-shape sapphires to the flat curb-link chain. Estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the brilliant-cut diamond within a calibre-cut sapphire surround, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct. A 19th century light oak dresser, the upper section having two glazed doors, flanking open shelves, the lower section fitted with a central kennel section flanked by a cupboard to each side. A Regency mahogany library bookcase, circa 1815, the moulded cornice above a pair of brass grilled panel doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the base with further panel doors enclosing an adjustable shelf, the whole on shaped apron and slightly out swept legs. A mahogany wing armchair, early 19th century, with out swept scroll arms above overstuffed seat and chamfered square section legs joined by stretchers, on wooden castors. A small 19th century corner cupboard, with satinwood and bone inlay, the door opening to reveal two fitted shelves. A pair of Georgian mahogany Chippendale design single chairs, with carved and interwoven central splats and carved central rail. A 19th century silver coloured figural desk seal, modelled as a gentleman in late 18th dress holding a tennis racquet, the matrix engraved with the name Ada beneath a coronet. Similar Posts: