We offer probate valuation service in all London areas including – Raynes Park Redbridge Richmond Riddlesdown Roehampton Romford Rotherhithe Ruislip Rush Green Ruxley 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 ladies gold plated Girard Perregaux watch, with gold coloured dial and gold coloured baton numerals, on a black leather strap with a further new strap in brown leather. An 18 carat gold Claude Bernard gents watch, the brushed gold colour dial has gold coloured baton numerals and a date aperture at six o’clock. An 18 carat ladies 1960’s Rolex Geneva with gold coloured dial and gold coloured baton numerals, the dial is round within an oval bezel with a leaf pattern woven integral strap. An 18 carat gold diamond set ladies Omega, with a diamond set four lobed bezel, gold coloured dial with Roman and dot numerals, and gold coloured hands, with integral link strap. A 19th century Chinese tea dust glazed cong vase, the sides moulded in relief with the Eight Trigrams and yin yang symbols, the base with a Qianlong seal mark. A 19th century Chinese Flambe glazed vase, the pear-form body supported on a high slightly splayed foot, the streaked predominantly purple glaze pooling to areas of red at the neck and foot. A large Chinese pink ground Famile rose double gourd porcelain vase, the sides painted with shaped river landscape panels reserved on a ground of formal scroll and leaf stemmed lotus. A large 20th century Chinese carved celadon green Bowenite Koro and cover, of elaborate form with loose ring handles, the whole with carved and pierced decoration, the finial in the form of a coiled dragon. A Victorian papier mache tray, of oval form with raised rim the centre inlaid with mother-of-pearl painted and gilded with a floral spray within gilt and mother-of-pearl borders. Three Victorian seamed copper harvest measures, comprising a two gallons capacity and two one gallon capacity, each of typical tapering form with lead excise mark. A Victorian green glass lustre vase, with crown rim, enamelled and gilded body hung with clear glass prisms and drops on turned hollow stem and domed foot. A Victorian mahogany chest, with plain oblong top over a cross banded rosewood frieze, two short and three long graduated cock beaded drawers with turned knob handles on bracket feet with shaped apron. A Victorian cruet, the oval base with pierced tracery sides on four acanthus scroll feet containing four cut clear glass condiment bottles with plated mounts or stoppers, and central loop handle mounted with a lion mask and registration kite mark. A late Victorian half hunting cased fob watch, having enamelled dial with Roman numerals in silver case with blue enamelled chapter ring to the front cover, monogrammed and dated 1933 to back cover. A Victorian Epergne, in cranberry and green vaseline glass comprising central frilled rim trumpet with applied mounts, surrounded by three matching curving trumpets alternating with three barley twist canes hung with matching conical baskets on a base with inverted conical centre and frilled rim. A Victorian leather bound photograph album, the front cover with Art Nouveau style pattern, fully stocked with cabinet photographs. A late Victorian walnut writing table, the rounded oblong top with moulded edge and inset writing surface, over a central frieze drawer flanked by two drawers to either side with embossed brass plate handles and four turned legs with brass and ceramic castors. A pair of Victorian Staffordshire figures, of a shepherd and shepherdess, he standing with one foot on a rock and a dog by his side, she standing in a similar pose with an encrusted lamb by her side, and a continental white glazed candelabra/salt with two encrusted scrolling branches on a central column behind a figure of a young girl seated on a pair of baskets on a scroll moulded base. A Victorian lady’s papier mache workbox, of shaped oblong form profusely inlaid with mother-of-pearl, painted and gilded with floral sprays and buildings in landscape scenes, the hinged lid of broken arched form with raised borders inlaid with fragments of mother-of-pearl opening to reveal a fitted interior with mirrored panel beneath the lid, and lift out tray with various compartments containing mother-of-pearl and bone bobbins, silver thimble, tape measures, bone crochet hooks and other sewing accessories etc. A Victorian burr and walnut card table, the rounded oblong fold-over top with satinwood and ebony banding opening and swivelling to reveal a baise lined interior, over four turned and carved supports on a base with central drum shaped boss and four carved and scrolling downswept legs with castors. Similar Posts: