We offer probate valuation service in all London areas including – Stamford Hill Stanmore Stepney Stockwell Stoke Newington Stratford Strawberry Hill Streatham Stroud Green Sudbury Sundridge Surbiton Surrey Quays Sutton Swiss Cottage 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 cased set of Asprey buttons and studs and a pair of cufflinks, the button and stud set are made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum set with onyx and pearls within an engraved rounded square border, and a pair of 9 carat oval cufflinks engraved. In original boxes. An 18 carat half hunter pocket watch, fob chain and propelling pencil with blue enamel outer dial, a white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial black Roman numerals and blued steel hands, the back of the case is monogrammed. A pair of diamond and Jadeite drop earrings, each having gold coloured metal butterfly fittings. A 9 carat gold charm bracelet, hollow link chain with padlock and various charms including; travellers wagon, teapot etc. A late 19 century French mantel clock in the form of the head and shoulders of a medieval suit of armour, the dial mounted where the face should be and covered by a lifting visor. The case is of gilt metal and has a fleur de lys mounted behind it. A French moulded glass scent bottle the body with spiral fluting and a star cut base, the hinged white metal cap with foliate engraving and the top embossed with a female figure. A 1920’s French Charles Schneider acid cut cameo glass jug with stylistic floral design in orange and blue. A French porcelain cache pot with silver gilt mount shaped cylindrical vessel with double handles, painted flowers and boy in a landscape to body, mounted with silver gilt conforming foot. A French Sevres-style painted porcelain and gilt metal mantle clock, the clock dial surmounted with gilt metal mounted urn with porcelain body, over round robin’s egg blue porcelain dial, Roman numerals and ring of flowers encircling hands, dial flanked with scrolling garland each inset with floral porcelain plaque, shaped base centred with porcelain plaque depicting a putto with basket of flowers, flanked by Ionic columns, raised to either side with grapevine scrolled legs. A pair of 19c French kingwood cross banded and line inlaid marble top bedside tables of slight bow front form, each fitted with three drawers and with ormolu mounts, supported on cabriole legs with brass cap castors. A French spelter and pink marble clock garniture. With two dancing cherubs flanking the raised time-piece with concave white enamel and floral circular-dial, surrounded by an oak laurel and all upon a pink marble base. Striking a bell and with urn-side pieces on pink marble bases. A set of four French silver plated novelty asparagus tongs, each formed as an asparagus stalk, with thumb and finger grips, stamped Christofle to one pair, Christofle logo to the other three and each stamped Brevete S.G.D.G. A German porcelain plaque, late 19th century, hand painted with a scene after George Hom, ‘Mignon’, depicting a young Romany girl holding a tambourine, inscribed in pencil ‘Mignon’ to the reverse. A silver and Royal Worcester porcelain mounted dressing table set, 1920s, comprising hand brush, clothes brush, five toilet jars and a lid with associated glass base, each piece set with a Royal Worcester plaque hand painted with a pheasant, in an Asprey black leather case with canvas cover. A Minton pate sur pate vase by Alboin Birks, late 19th/early 20th century, decorated with a vignette depicting Venus and Cupid at an archery lesson, with a ribbon hung ivy strewn cluster of arrows, a bow and horn to verso, on a blue ground, gilded to the neck and rim with leaves, signed to front, gilded mark to base. A Meissen model of a bagpiper, 18th century, probably after a model by Kandler, he modelled wearing a green frocked coat, yellow breeches and red ochre shoes with pink bows, resting on a leaf strewn rock base, wearing a green hat. Two Continental porcelain models of Punchinello and Clown from the Commedia dell Arte, probably Samson, late 19th Century, Punchinello dressed in a yellow and pink quartered suit on a floral base, Clown dressed in a yellow smock enriched with playing cards, on a natural base, both bear crossed line marks. A Continental porcelain lamp, late 19th/early 20th century, in the form of a courting couple seated on a rocky base, a gilt metal branch emitting from the back supporting a hexagonal form lantern. A Dutch delft and pewter mounted ewer, late 17th century, of globular form with looping handle on spreading base, the body painted with birds trees and a church. A pair of impressive Samson vases, late 19th century, each mounted with a pair of cherubs to the shoulders, seated on festoons of flowers, the main bodies moulded with ribbon and laurel hung oval medallions, with gilt line borders painted to the centres with portraits of dancing figures within woodland settings, with reserves of floral sprays to the reverse, on spreading pedestal feet, with stiff leaf and square bases, blue crossed swords marks. Similar Posts: