We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including– Great Strickland Great Urswick Greystoke Grizebeck Haverigg Haverthwaite 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 George II walnut dressing table mirror, the arched plate within a carved giltwood slip and a moulded frame, the box base with a caddy moulded edge above three drawers on bracket feet. A George III mahogany dressing table mirror, the shield shaped plate surmounted by a brass urn finial, the serpentine box base with kingwood banding and inlaid with a marquetry patera flanked by a pair of concave frieze drawers, on French bracket feet. A George II walnut and parcel gilt fret-frame wall mirror, the later arched plate within a carved slip, the base with a pair of brass candle sconces with a leaf carved surmount. A George III mahogany tray-top bedside commode, the gallery pierced with three handgrips, above a hinged retractable door and a pull-out base with a lidded ceramic pot. A pair of George III mahogany tea and card tables, inlaid with boxwood stringing, the canted fold-over tops on twin gate supports, each with a frieze drawer, one previously with divisions, on square tapering legs and spade feet. A George VI hallmarked silver sauce boat with shaped cast decorated rim, on three scallop knee outswept supports, and with S-scroll decorated handle. An Edward VII hallmarked silver miniature model of a shepherd and dog, on rectangular base with canted corners, Saunders & Shepherd, London import mark for 1904. A George V hallmarked silver hammer decorated pot of baluster form with hinged lid and pierced finial, on three stylised supports. A 1960s Danish sterling silver Arts and Crafts style circular pill box with applied foliate decoration and amethyst coloured cabochon to the hinged lid. A pair of Crown Derby porcelain tea plates, late 18th century, possibly painted by William Billingsley with flowers on a marble table, against a puce ground and gilt foliate border. A Japanese porcelain figure of a bijin modelled standing holding a fan, imari decorated with fans and peacock feathers, 32cm high, and another of young boy modelled seated and holding a bowl, 12cm high. A Qing dynasty, 19th century, famille noire porcelain baluster vase, decorated with five figures including farmers and fisherman, visiting a scholar at his home, set amongst a tree filled garden with hills behind, painted two character mark to base. A pair of Canton porcelain pot pourri vases and covers, late 18th/early 19th century, with later bronze mounts, the vases of twin gilt handled, canted square form reserve decorated with figures in an interior against a gilt ground moulded with fruit, bats and dragons raised on four bronze sea serpent feet, the lids decorated with Buddhist emblems and bronze figural finial. A George III mahogany secrétaire bookcase, the cornice inlaid with a fan flanked by urn panels above dog tooth banding, above a pair of boxwood strung astragal glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, flanked by stop fluted pilasters, the secrétaire with a arrangement of satinwood veneered drawers, and pigeon holes above a later leather surface, and three long drawers all with ivory urn escutcheons, on French bracket feet. A George III mahogany cellaret, inlaid with stringing, the baize lined interior with five divisions on panelled bracket feet, with brass carrying handles. A 9ct gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, of marquise-shape outline, the circular-shape sapphire cluster, within a single-cut diamond scalloped surround. A diamond cluster ring. The brilliant-cut diamond, with similarly-cut diamond surround and two-row openwork sides. An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond double cluster ring. The twin circular-shape sapphires, within single-cut diamond petal shared surround. A George II walnut tea caddy, inlaid with feather stringing, with a brass swing handle, the interior with three divisions, on brass feet. An 18th century German kingwood and brass mounted tea chest attributed to the workshop of Abraham Roentgen, the hinged lid with a swing brass handle revealing three lift-out brass canisters, the central one with a domed lid and two divisions, flanked by a pair of rectangular caddies with star decorated lids, above a secret base drawer. Similar Posts: