We offer probate valuation service in all Warwickshire areas including – Rowley Regis Rushall Ryton On Dunsmore Sandwell Sedgley Selly Oak Shelley Shirley Small Heath Smethwick Solihull Stourbridge Sutton Coldfield Tettenhall Wood 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. An early 20th century 9ct gold brooch, the marquise shape brooch set with two rubies and a diamond to the raised central panel, to the rope-twist and cannetille border. Hallmark for Birmingham, 1905. A late 19th Century French mahogany circular three-tier étagère with brass line inlaid borders, the galleried top inset with a marble panel, raised on fluted supports and splayed legs. An mid 20th century 18ct gold gem-set hand painted picture pendant, the circular central glazed panel with painted image of a putto sleeping on a cloud, set to a mount with circular shell inlaid to the surround, to the cultured pearl drop. A George III mahogany chest of two short and four long drawers, with applied brass drop handles, on bracket feet. A Victorian silver cornucopia shaped scent bottle, with embossed foliate design and suspension ring, hallmarked London 1889. A late Regency mahogany pedestal Pembroke table, the top with twin hinged flaps with rounded corners above a frieze drawer to one end and dummy front to other, on baluster stem and four outswept supports with cast brass sabots on casters. An 18th century Delft polychrome plate, decorated to the centre with a garden scene depicting a tree issuing from a rocky outcrop, flanked by large yellow flowers enclosed within concentric bands and a floral border. A William IV silver vinaigrette, hallmarked Birmingham 1830 by makers Tye & Kilner, the interior with a gilded pierced and engraved grille. A French Colonial carved hardwood plaque by Randriosolo Jacques, carved in high relief with farm workers, cattle, caravans and palm trees. A late Victorian Sheraton Revival painted occasional table, the top with wavy edge and projecting D shaped ends, painted to centre with an oval panel depicting a reclining classical maiden holding a tambourine accompanied by a putto playing the pipes, on square tapering legs with spade feet united by an oval platform stretcher. An early 20th century 9ct gold woven hair pendant of oval outline, with glazed panels on either side, a blonde woven hair panel to one side and blonde and brown to the other. A pair of pietra dura earrings designed as oval-shape onyx panels, with inlaid hardstone flowers and leaves, to the plain collet-settings and ear hooks. A late Victorian mahogany open dwarf bookcase, the top with three quarter gallery on turned and square section supports, over three open shelves with pierced Chinese geometric fret cut sides. An 18th Century oak tripod table, the circular three plank top with tilt action revolving on a birdcage, on turned tapering barrel stem and cabriole legs with pad feet. A silver snuff box of rectangular form with rounded ends, inscribed, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1846. A George III silver vinaigrette, hallmarked Birmingham 1814 by maker Samuel Pemberton, the interior with a gilded pierced grille. A Louis XV provincial kingwood and fruitwood bedside chest of three drawers with overall cross banded borders, fitted with a brushing slide, raised on cabriole legs united by an under tier. An early Victorian mahogany occasional table, the moulded rectangular top raised on four ring turned supports issuing downswept sabre legs, terminating in cast gilt brass claw caps and castors. A silver christening mug of slightly waisted shape, decorated with embossed panels and flowers, by Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1859. A pair of late 19th century pique tortoiseshell ear pendants, each designed as two graduated spheres inlaid with floral, star and beaded detail. Similar Posts: