We offer probate valuation service in all Herefordshire areas including – Pembridge Peterchurch Ross On Wye Ruckhall Sellack Shobdon Stanford Bishop Symonds Yat Tillington Trumpet 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 George II silver baluster caster by George Campar, London 1752, with an orb finial to the pierced cover, the body chased with floral sprays fluted decoration, a shaped vacant reserve and on a circular foot. A George III silver gilt rectangular snuff box by Alexander J. Strahan, London 1807, with engine turned panels. A William IV mahogany and marquetry domestic posting box in the form of a pianoforte, circa 1835, the hinged rectangular top with four slots, the hinged drop front above twin turned legs, the interior with divisions. A 19th century blue and white hand painted temple jar in oriental style, possibly Japanese. A Regency mahogany cradle on stand, circa 1815, with hooded caned cradle supported on turned columns and outswept legs joined by ring turned central stretchers, with brass caps and castors. A portrait of a seated guitar player in renaissance costume, watercolour on ivory, signed J. Devina, in 19th Century gilt gesso frame. A silver circular fruit bowl by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1937, with chased foliate bands, on a plain short foot, presentation inscribed. An upholstered centre stool, 19th century and later, the button upholstered rectangular top above four turned mahogany legs with ceramic castors. A Hamadan rug, the brick red field with stepped blue medallion woven with stylised birds and flowers within lines of stylised flowers. A 1950’s blue and white painted kitchen cabinet. A 19th century George III mahogany and brass bound wine cooler, with hinged oval top opening to a plain interior, the sides with brass drop handles, on a base with four tapered square supports, brass cups and casters. An Edwardian silver compressed spherical compression tobacco box by William Neale & Sons, Chester 1902, plain with a gilt interior. A 19th century mahogany and brass inlaid secretaire chest, the rectangular top above a central deep secretaire drawer, flanked by a deep drawer and faux drawer front opening to three small sliding trays, over a pair of cupboard doors with circular panel detail, raised on splayed bracket feet. A Victorian mahogany chart/ plan chest, with graduated double gallery back above a rectangular top with pull out slide, over an open recess, on open recessed pedestals. A late 19th century cast iron coat/ hall stand, on concave platform base with three paw feet and green painted finish. A Queen Anne cut and watercolour washed paper picture of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, dated 1711, the nude figures portrayed centrally and flanking the Tree of Knowledge, the intricately cut foliate infill and background adorned with diverse fauna, including an elephant, a horse, a leopard, a rhinoceros, many birds and various other species. An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood banded pedestal desk by Edwards & Roberts, the rectangular top with a red and gilt tooled leather skiver and upright open shelf, above a central frieze drawer flanked by four drawer pedestals, raised on eight splayed supports. A 1950s five piece silver engine turned dressing set to include two brushes, two combs and a mirror, maker D & F. A 1920s silver hip shaped engine turned card case, inscribed ‘F.A.Y’ and applied with a later oval enamel of a Shih Tzu. A pair of Edwardian silver Corinthian column candlesticks by J. Sherwood & Sons, Birmingham 1901, on reeded spreading square bases. Similar Posts: