We offer probate valuation service in all Herefordshire areas including – Almeley Aymestrey Brockhampton Bromyard Canon Pyon Carey Clifford Clyro Credenhill Dormington Eardisland Glasbury Goodrich Hampton Bishop 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 Sevres porcelain plate, late 18th century, decorated with scattered flowers. A Victorian walnut and gilt metal mounted pier cabinet, the rectangular top above a glazed cupboard door, opening to a velvet lined interior, raised on a shaped plinth base. A set of sixteen coloured lithographs of flowers, after J.Andrews, 19th century, later mounted in painted composition wood frames as eight pairs. A pair of Continental gilt bronze twin light wall appliques, second quarter 20th century, the electrical fitments in flower heads on floral sprigs held aloft by amorini, seated on foliate cast scrollwork issuing from ribbon tied and tassled backplates. A silver cigarette box, marks worn, with engine turned decoration and monogrammed cartouche. A 19th century Continental mahogany and marquetry inlaid demi-lune side cabinet, the shaped top inlaid with urn issuing flowers and foliage, birds and scrolls, above a two drawer frieze and two tambour slide doors, raised on three tapered square supports with fluted details. A Meissen figure of a satyr playing the cymbals, late 19th century, standing by a tree stump with foliage on a scrollwork base, underglaze blue crossed swords marks. A 1920s mahogany cased timepiece, with arched silvered dial with Roman numerals to the eight day movement with platform escapement, in arched top case with brass bun feet. A pair of gilt metal candlesticks in Rococo revival style, mid 19th century, each with foliate cast sockets above waisted and foliate cast stems, the quatreform bases cast with masks and further foliate motifs. A late 19th/ early 20th century Continental mahogany, gilt metal mounted and marble topped gueridon, the circular top with mottled green and white marble insert, above a frieze decorated with floral swags, raised on four concave supports with gilt metal rams mask terminals and foliate cast sabots, united by an under tier. A Continental porcelain model of a Mansion House dwarf, after the Derby original, wearing a multi-coloured waistcoat. An Art Nouveau coromandel and inlaid side cabinet, circa 1890, the top with inlaid frieze of leaves in abalone, mother of pearl, and box, above flanking panel doors similarly inlaid with leaf motifs in contrapartie on shaped brass panels. A ruby and diamond 18 carat gold cluster ring, the seven brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.45 carats. A 19th century mahogany Canterbury, with four concave divisions above a single drawer, raised on tapered cylindrical supports with brass cups and casters. A 9 carat gold bracelet, of six bar gate link design to a padlock clasp with safety chain, set to the centre with a 1908 sovereign, 18.5 cm long, 16.5 g. A 9 carat gold bracelet, of four bar gate link design to a padlock clasp with safety chain, 8.8 g. A Paris porcelain Empire style inkstand, second half 19th century, of rectangular form, painted with oblong reserves of floral bouquets in gilt scrollwork cartouches on an apple green ground, the raised centre with a pair of lidded inkwells and a central lidded sand pot with four quill holders, standing on four lion paw feet, in Empire style. A Victorian hardwood and brass bound travelling chest, second half 19th century, with brass corners and mounted blank brass plaque to lid and another to side inscribed ‘Classical Archaeology, Kings College, London’, mounted a pair of carrying handles and on brass casters. A Meissen group emblematic of winter, late 19th century, modelled as a boy seated upon a sled with a girl warming her hands by a brazier, underglaze blue crossed swords marks. A late 19th century French kingwood and gilt metal mounted work table in the Louis XV style, the hinged top opening to a fitted interior with mirrored under side, lift out tray with fitted divisions, raised on cabriole supports with gilt metal mounts. Similar Posts: