We offer probate valuation service in all Norfolk areas including – Corleston On Sea Cromer Denver Dereham Dersingham Dilham Diss Ditchingham Docking Downham Market East Barsham East Rudham Eastgate Eaton Edgefield Erpingham Fakenham Feltwell Fincham Fleggburgh 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 19th century cast iron and cut steel fire grate, the fire basket with arched back flanked between floral pierced cut steel panels, mounted with fluted finials. A late 19th Century Regency style cut glass tent and waterfall chandelier, with trumpet shaped top piece, the stem hung with chains of facet cut square buttons, the central girdle with flower rosettes and hung with prism and bead drops supporting three concentric rings below terminating in a lapidary cut finial. A Victorian walnut and floral marquetry inlaid jardiniere, circa 1875, the rectangular lid with central panel containing decorative marquetry spray of flowers flanked by gilt metal foliate pattern handles enclosing a removable liner, the cavetto moulded edge with conforming marquetry decoration and gilt rams head mounts to corners above string inlaid apron and cabriole legs. A Victorian shell cameo brooch, of a classical female in profile to a bead and wire work frame. A pair of 19th century green and parcel gilt toleware carriage lamps, decorated with urns and classical scrolls. A George III silver straight-sided oval tea caddy by John Denzilow, London 1782, with a lobed horn finial to the dome centred cover, later embossed with Chinamen in panels and massed flowers, scrolls, rocaille and scale work. A light celadon peach shape water pot, bears a four character Qianlong style mark to base A late 19th Century architectural marble and gilt bronze mantle clock, the sarcophagus form base with central circular engine turned dial with Roman numerals and minute track, mounted with a classical frieze and berried leaf cast border, raised on paw feet. A Chinese famille rose water pot, bears six character Qianlong style mark to base. A Victorian Coalbrookdale cast iron umbrella stand, modelled as a begging dog with whip in his mount, the drip pan with diamond registration mark and pattern no. 85297. A diamond ring stamped ‘585’, the principal brilliant cut between shoulders with a trio of brilliant cuts to each, the diamonds totalling approximately 0.6 carats. A large Regency polished steel and cast iron fire grate, the arched back with applied Anthemion and scroll decoration above a central fire basket between rectangular steel pedestals. A pair of vintage Russian silver amber gilded cufflinks. An aquamarine and diamond cluster ring, the white mount stamped ’14K’, the oval cut stone enclosed by twelve small brilliant cuts and a pair of diamonds to the split shoulder. A mid 20th century Kashan carpet, central medallion against a red floral field within palmette and foliate borders. A Victorian shell cameo brooch, carved with a classical female profile. A 19th century French ormolu mounted black marble tazza, with scrolling female head handles. A George III Bryant & Son, London mahogany cased bracket clock, the square arched dial with silvered chapter ring bearing Roman and Arabic numerals, date aperture and strike silent feature to arch, within raised pierced foliate gilt brass spandrels signed Bryant and Son, London, repeating striking double fusee movement with verge escapement and foliate engraved brass back plate. An early 19th Century Regency ebonised and brass mounted bracket clock, the circular 9 inch convex cream painted dial with Roman numerals and minute track, signed Robert Roskell, Liverpool. Five pillar rack and bell striking twin fusee movement with anchor escapement, break arch top case with brass carrying handles, arched fish scale fret cut panels to sides and conforming fret infill above and below dial, flanked by brass pilasters to front. A white metal, agate and jade coloured stone necklace with coral and aquamarine coloured beads. Similar Posts: