We offer probate valuation service in all Rutland areas including – Overton Normanton Oakham Seaton South Luffenham Stamford Stapleford Stretton 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 large Japanese bronze bottle vases, late 19th century, the lobed bodies cast in relief with birds amid branches and the necks with three claw dragons. A late 19th century French white and gilt painted five piece salon suite, comprising two sofas, two fauteuils and a banquette, with printed floral upholstery. A late 19th Century brass cased table timepiece, the white enamelled dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial to the timepiece movement, contained in a hexagonal case with oval bevelled glass panels to sides and reeded columns. A Swiss burr wood rectangular musical snuff box, mid 19th century, the cover inset with a gouache of a glacier landscape, under glass, with a tortoiseshell border, thumb piece, edges and lining. A Regency rosewood and brass bead inlaid writing table, circa 1815, the tooled gilt leather inset top with opposing chess board and sliding to velvet backgammon board, flanked by D-shaped lift top compartments, above a single frieze drawer and opposing dummy, on ring turned legs, brass caps, and castors. A George II walnut chest-on-chest, circa 1740, the upper section with a rectangular moulded top above three short and three long graduated drawers, and on chest base with two short and three further long drawers, on bracket feet. A Japanese ivory brush pot, late 19th century, carved in high relief with three sages and attendants in a bamboo grove. A Victorian walnut mercury stick barometer, the pierced architectural pediment above rectangular bevel glazed double canted ivory scales flanking mercury tube, each calibrated for barometric inches. A 19th century Lombardy rosewood, ivory inlaid and gilt metal mounted bureau, the rectangular top above a hinged fall front opening to a fitted interior, above two small and two long drawers, raised on bracket feet. A Japanese carved wood, lacquer, mother of pearl and ivory inlaid Shadona, Meiji Period, with pierced pine and eagle carved surmount above an arrangement of open shelves, lacquered and inlaid cupboard doors, sliding doors, back panels and three small drawers, decorated with birds, peony, wisteria, iris and other flowers, on a rectangular base with concave scroll carved supports. A French kingwood, tulipwood and marble mounted side cabinet in Louis XVI style, 19th century, gilt metal mounted throughout, the mottled marble top above a frieze drawer and a pair of open shelves, on turned tapering legs. A Japanese ivory netsuke of Tadamori catching the oil thief, Edo period. A silver plated coffee set, comprising coffee pot, milk jug and sugar bowl, in heavily engraved rococo style. A Victorian mahogany cheval mirror, the arched mirror plate enclosed within tapered cylindrical supports, on four down swept legs resting on casters. A Beluch carpet woven in navy-blue, brown and ivory, with five rows each of ten small octagonal motifs, on a dark wine ground within stylised multi stripe borders. A pair of Victorian rosewood occasional chairs, the shaped backs with scroll carved crest rails and splats, the seats upholstered in pale green cloth, on moulded cabriole front legs. A camphor wood and brass bound trunk, 19th century, the lid with inset handles opening to a large compartment, with flanking carrying handles. A Japanese ivory model of a partially peeled satsuma, early 20th century. A set of four Victorian simulated rosewood occasional chairs, with shaped crest rails and scroll carved splats, drop-in seats upholstered in pink dralon, on baluster turned front legs. A Victorian mahogany cheval mirror, the rectangular mirror plate on trestle ends with inverted anthemion carved detail. Similar Posts: