We offer probate valuation service in all London areas including – St James’s St Margarets St Giles St Johns St John’s Wood St Luke’s St Mary Cray St Pancras St Paul’s Cray 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 ladies Cyma platinum and diamond cocktail watch, manual wind and presented on an after market 9 carat white gold strap. An 18 carat diamond and pearl flower brooch, the split pearl and old cut diamond are set in a petal shaped mount in 18 carat yellow gold, centrally placed on a white gold bar brooch fitting. A Chinese blue and white jardiniere painted with two panels of a warrior on horseback approaching a fortified building and a nobleman with attendants waiting in a garden with applied gold rim. A 14 carat turtle bangle, the twin turtles are set to the front with articulating heads, tails and flippers with red gem set eyes amid swirling bands of gem set ribbons in yellow and white gold. A Georgian ladies pair cased fob watch with attached chatelaine, fusee movement made by Goulding of London with pierced and engraved back plate, gold plated inner case, with embossed outer case of Roman ladies in an interior, the chatelaine with embossed flower and bird motifs. A 19th century French bronze bell clock, with two-train movement, porcelain Roman numerals, the case inscribed with Latin mottos. An early 19th Century French portico clock with block capital, flared cornice above a floral inlaid frieze, the line inlaid tapered brass capped rosewood pillars enclosing a foliate cast bezel with silvered dial, Roman numerals, eight-day movement striking on a bell with ornate cast pendulum with stylised serpents, floral frame and fruit filled urn, the base and front inlaid on stepped plinth and compressed bun feet. A late 19th Century French satinwood pot cupboard with inset marble top, outlined throughout with satinwood, ebony and boxwood stringing, the frieze fitted one long drawer above a cupboard, parquetry inlaid with ribbon tied wreath, quartered under tier on turned legs. A French Louis XVI style small cylinder desk, ormolu mounted throughout, the top fitted one long drawer above a cylinder, quartered within strung border and centred on a parquetry circle, one long drawer to the interior, two short drawers under and further conforming frieze drawer on angular cabriole legs with leafy brass sabots. A French Empire inkstand the Sienna marble base with central bronze figure of Napoleon flanked by a pair of milled wells with acorn finials, the front with floral strap work appliqué, milled compressed bun feet. A late Victorian walnut extending dining table the canted rectangular top with provision for one leaf on turned tapered legs fitted ceramic castors. A French green glass vase, of tapering square form with circular rim, the body enamelled with flowers and leaves on an applied Art Nouveau swirling base. A set of eight French plates, each of circular form, the centres transferred with a titled black and white print depicting a different rural occupation within the green transferred border of agricultural tools, back stamp for Porcelain Opaque Deign. A pair of 19 century French ormolu two handled vases with champleve enamel panelling and supported on four foliate scrolling feet. A French Art Deco diamond set brooch, the three main old cut diamonds, with the rest of the brooch set with rose cut diamonds. Hallmarked with the French 18 carat gold hallmark of a horses head to the pin. A pair of Derby porcelain figures, modelled as musicians playing musical instruments, on Rococo shell and scroll bases, incised and painted marks to the underside. A fine George IV Scottish sterling silver wine funnel, with removable strainer, cast foliate decoration to rim and embossed floral scroll decoration to body, cartouche set amongst rococo scrolls of a Scottish crest depicting a bird of flight sat atop. A French Gilt Composition Louis XV Rococo Revival Swept and Pierced Glazed Frame, late 19th/early 20th century, with gilded slip, leaf ogee sight, the cross-hatched hollow with leaf and flower head centres, cartouche foliate corners, raked gadrooned top rail, plain reverse hollow and shaped back edge with foliate centres and corners, containing a reproduction print after Jean-Jacques Henner. A pair of Derby figures of a shepherd and shepherdess, 18th century, he dressed in a white suit and floral waist coat, she dressed in a white bodiced dress with floral skirt, both with floral bocage to their backs, on scrolling shaped rococo bases. A pair of French gilded and enamelled porcelain and gilt metal Sevres style vases, late 19th/ early 20th century, converted to lamps, with wreath handles and rams face terminals, above beaded and jewelled shoulders, on lobed bodies with leaf moulded stepped circular bases, painted with classical scenes of Ladies within forested landscapes being amused by cherubs. Similar Posts: