We offer probate valuation service in all Staffordshire areas including – Biddulph Longton Uttoxeter Codsall Fazeley Penkridge Norton Canes Audley Armitage Gnosall Featherstone Tamworth 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. An early 20th century mahogany music chest, six fall-front drawers with brass swan-neck handles, on cabriole legs. A large Japanese Imari punch bowl, Meiji era, of lobed rounded form and decorated with typical panels of stylised flowers and foliage. A Chinese export lacquer box and cover, first quarter 20th Century, of serpentine outline and decorated with riverscapes, buildings and trees in red and gold against a dark brown ground, the interior containing eighteen further fitted boxes with conforming decoration. A 1930s silver sugar caster of baluster form, with detachable pierced and engraved cover, on a stepped circular foot. A pair of Austrian porcelain plates, perhaps Vienna, late 19th century, the rims surmounted by a patinated alloy relief cast metal foliate surround, the first plate painted as a gentleman in military attire, the latter as a female in elaborate feathered hat and wearing a pearl necklace. A 9 carat yellow gold and diamond necklace, in the Art Nouveau taste, the pendant of knotted form and set seven diamonds, suspended on a flat link chain. A red ground Turkoman rug, decorated with rows of diamond shaped medallions to centre, within stylised floral borders, fringed. A pair of Burmantofts pottery blue ground bottle vases, impressed factory marks and shape numbers 176. A 9 carat yellow gold, diamond, and sapphire cluster ring, set seven marquise cut sapphires. A Minton table centrepiece, circa 1860, the reticulated upper porcelain basket supported by three parian figures representing fishing, hunting and shooting, circular base elaborately painted with a repeating border roses and other flowers within circular panels, the basket and base detailed in turquoise. A silver and green tourmaline ring, together with a silver and amber ring, and a silver and cabochon moonstone ring. A Louis XVI style giltwood mirror, inset with four ‘Sevres’ style painted portrait panels of courtly lovers and putto. A white metal calling card case, having raised cartouche decoration centred with a plaque depicting a brown horse, interior stamped 925. A Chinese carved hardwood blanket chest, panelled construction, on cabriole feet. A 1920s silver mounted glass spirit flask, with crocodile leather covering and hinged bayonet fitting cap. A Minton majolica game pie dish and cover, 19th century, the cover typically moulded with assorted game including a hare and duck, the exterior body of the base moulded with lattice designs and oak leaves, on four feet. A 1920s silver teapot of bellied form, with flared rim, ebony scroll handle and hinged domed cover with ebony finial, on four ball feet. A 9 carat yellow gold, green and white stone cluster ring, together with a 9 carat yellow gold and square cut cubic zirconia ring. An Edwardian silver card case of rectangular form, with Gothic-style strap-work decoration and spot-hammered finish, hinged cover opening to reveal a leather interior with stamp / card pockets and an ivory writing leaf. An early 18th century walnut dining chair, vase splat with unusual pierced shield, drop-in needlework seat, on four cabriole legs. Similar Posts: