We offer probate valuation service in all Worcestershire areas including – Harvington Hollywood Honeybourne Kemerton Kempsey Kidderminster Kinlet Knightwick Little Malvern Evesham 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 10 carat yellow gold, sapphire, and diamond cluster cocktail ring. A Canton Famille Rose decorated vase, depicting panels of domesticity between panels of flowers, birds, and butterflies, with applied chilong handles. A 14 carat yellow gold and five stone ruby ring. A 19th century mahogany and ebony lined tea table, the hinged rectangular top raised on a reeded baluster column and rectangular platform base, with four down swept supports with fluted detail, terminating in brass toes and casters. A Chinese bronze seal, with Mongolian and Manchu scripts, with Jiaqing four-character seal, the arched top cast with chilong. A good quality Victorian walnut writing table, rectangular polished top above two oak-lined frieze drawers, on turned, tapering and fluted legs, oak carcase throughout. A 19th century long case clock, the enamelled dial with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, the twin train four pillar movement striking on gong, enclosed within a rectangular hood with scroll carved surmount, the trunk with rectangular panel door above a rectangular base with bracket feet. A Doulton Lambeth plate with relief moulding, scrolling and beaded decoration, with ochre coloured glaze and impressed mark to reverse. An 18 carat yellow gold and solitaire diamond ring, the round cut stone of approx. 0.90 carats. A 19th century mahogany bow front chest, the shaped rectangular top with a boxwood lined edge, above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers with octagonal brass drop handles, raised on splayed bracket feet. A George II mahogany tea table, rectangular top with re-entrant corners, single, oak-lined frieze drawer above boldly-shaped apron, on turned legs with pad feet. A large Chinese cloisonné baluster shaped vase, decorated with a mythical dragon on black ground. A South East Asian bronze rain drum, cast with geometric linear decoration and with four handles, on a wooden stand. A Bevan Funnell ‘Reprodux’ wing armchair, upholstered in a mellow buttoned brown leather, on a moulded mahogany frame. A 19th century mahogany drop leaf pedestal table, the rounded rectangular top with a moulded edge, above two cockbeaded frieze drawers, raised on a tapered rectangular column and concave platform base with scroll carved feet and recessed brass casters. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing lined interior with two fitted shelves, on cabriole legs. A 19th century continental model of a bird, with yellow and grey plumage perched on a base in the form of a tree trunk, with under glazed blue cross hatched mark to base. A 19th century ivory pagoda, having carved sloping roof above fenced terrace and two doors revealing seated Buddha, raised on a hexagonal stepped base, decorated with a continuous design of flowers and fauna. A Royal Doulton jug, with painted red and yellow floral decoration on a mottled blue ground, with printed mark to base. A pressed Baltic amber beaded necklace. Similar Posts: