We offer probate valuation service in all Northamptonshire areas including – Denford Desborough Duston Earls Barton East Haddon Eastcote Ecton Eydon Farthingstone Finedon Fotheringhay Grafton Regis Corby 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 pair of early 20th century Staffordshire type vases, each decorated with orchids on a blush ivory ground. A George III mahogany bow front kneehole desk, circa 1790, the arrangement of seven drawers around the recessed kneehole cupboard door, on out swept bracket feet. A North-West Persian runner rug woven in blue, ivory and terracotta, with five hooked lozenge shaped medallions on a fawn ground within striped border. A Vienna style porcelain tyg, printed with a scene of Neo Classical maidens, within gilt borders, on three paw feet. A late 19th century porcelain moon flask, decorated with pate-sur-pate type decoration, with white flowers on a dark green ground within gilt borders. A late Victorian walnut framed spoon back nursing chair, upholstered in red floral cloth, on turned front legs and castors. A mid 20th century 18 carat gold diamond two-stone crossover ring, the circular-cut diamonds to the asymmetric shoulders and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.70ct. A George III Pembroke table, circa 1800, the rectangular top with rounded corners above a single frieze drawer on slender reeded legs, brass caps, and castors. A mid 20th century platinum diamond single-stone ring, the brilliant-cut diamond to the single-cut diamond line shoulders and plain band. Principal diamond estimated weight 0.70ct. A pair of ruby-flashed and gilt glass plates, mid 19th century, with crenellated rims and gilt with a central flowerhead, within a scrolling foliate border. A cut-glass punch bowl and domed cover, first quarter 19th century, cut with diamond bands. A set of mahogany library steps, second quarter 19th century, the three steps with gilt tooled leather inset tread panels, above turned tapering legs. A pair of painted cast iron and reverse painted glass table lamps modelled as frogs, 20th century, the electrical fitments atop straight rods, with square section shades. A George V silver waiter of square form, with shaped corners and bead and reel moulded borders, Sheffield 1910. A pair of late 19th century oak hall chairs, having padded back, arms and seats, with turned sides and lion mask handles. An Edwardian walnut Davenport, with rising lid, fitted with four drawers to one side and dummy drawers to the other. An Edwardian rosewood square back open armchair, the moulded back inset with panel, inlaid with floral scroll ornament and with fretted splat, leaf capped arm terminals and the seat upholstered in green dralon, on square tapered legs inlaid with stringing and bellflower ornament, on spade toes. A Victorian gilt metal mounted rhinoceros horn riding crop, late 19th century, the foliate embossed grip set with paste turquoise beads. A diamond novelty brooch designed as a textured horse, with brilliant-cut diamond mane and tail. Estimated total diamond weight 0.10ct. A 19th Century child’s ash and elm seated stick back Windsor armchair, with two tier back, wood seat, on turned legs. Similar Posts: