We offer probate valuation service in all Bedfordshire areas including – Silsoe Slapton Soulbury Southill Stanbridge Steppingley Stevington Stewkley Streatley Studham Sutton Tebworth Tempsford Thurleigh Tilsworth Toddington Totternhoe Turvey Westoning Willington Wilstead Wing Wingfield Woburn Wootton 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 Chinese dark wood and mother-of-pearl inlaid jardiniere stand, Qing Dynasty, the square top with a white and black veined marble insert, above a pierced blossom and bird carved frieze, raised on four square section supports united by a square under tier. A Chinese dark wood plant stand, late 19th/ early 20th century, the circular top with bamboo carved border, on a cylindrical column with spiral carved bamboo, raised on three downswept supports. A Victorian mahogany Pembroke supper table with moulded edge to top, fitted one frieze drawer, on octagonal turned central column, the rectangular inswept base with bun feet and castors. A Kashquli rug, approximately 146 x 100cm. A 1920s figured walnut semi-circular card table of “Queen Anne” design, the baize lined folding top with deep frieze, on cabriole legs with shell carving to the knees and pad feet. A Chinese dark wood and burr elm low table, 20th century, the rectangular top with burr elm panel insert above a scroll carved frieze, raised on four rectangular supports united by cross stretchers. A Japanese stag antler netsuke of a standing sennin, Edo period, holding a basket of peaches with a deer at his feet. A Chinese Huanghuali serving table, late Qing Dynasty, the panelled rectangular top with a pair of pierced carrying handles at the short ends, above a frieze decorated in relief with scroll motifs, raised on rectangular section supports with inverted scroll feet detail, united by a panelled undertier. A George III mahogany side chair, circa 1770, the curved carved top rail above pierced carved vertical splat, drop in seat and cabriole legs with leaf carved knees and terminating in ball and claw feet. Royal Worcester Capri pattern coffee cans and saucers, on a white ground, decorated with a gold rim, comprising twelve cups, and twelve saucers, and a later smaller can. A Royal Albert For All Seasons pattern part coffee service, decorated on a white ground, with pink flowers, comprising six coffee cups, five tea cups, saucers, six side plates, teapot, and a milk jug. An early 18th Century stripped pine plank coffer, the two plank top with moulded edge and with moulded front initialled EG and dated 1716. A Regency bronze door porter, circa 1815, cast in the form of a ‘hairy paw,’ with rope twist loop handle above. A mahogany square two tier revolving case in the Edwardian manner, the top with moulded edge and inlaid with satinwood bandings and central circular fan motif, on X-pattern supports and castors. A George IV rosewood centre table, circa 1825, the circular top with apron above substantial turned pillar and acanthus vase, trefoil base terminating in lion paw feet. A George III mahogany bow-front chest with moulded edge to top, fitted two short and two long drawers, shaped apron and bracket feet. A Chinese carved wood bureau, Qing Dynasty, the hinged fall front opening to a fitted interior of pigeon holes and drawers, above three drawer pedestals, profusely carved all over with dragons and shou characters. A Senneh rug, the dark blue field woven with an intricate lattice of stylised flowers within a red field border of stylised flowers, approximately 130 x 190cm. A George III oak lowboy with moulded edge to top, fitted three small drawers above shaped apron, on square tapered legs. An Edwardian mahogany duet stool inlaid with rosewood bandings, the lifting seat upholstered in cream striped cloth, on square tapered legs. Similar Posts: