We offer probate valuation service in all Northamptonshire areas including – Peterborough Pitsford Potterspury Prudhoe Pytchley Raunds Roade Rothwell Rushden Sibbertoft Silverstone Wellingborough 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 oak joint stool, 17th century with later elements, the top with moulded edge, the rails carved with leaf motif and on turned legs with plain stretchers. An 18 carat gold ruby and diamond cluster ring, the oval-shape ruby within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct. Hallmarks for London, 1982. A late 19th century oak cabinet on stand, the moulded cornice above a frieze carved with central urn issuing fruit and foliage, flanked by acanthus scroll, over a cushion carved panel door flanked by Doric carved columns, over a small drawer, raised on a base with four inverted baluster carved supports. A pair of mid-19th century flat back figures, in the form of Generals Stewart and Burnaby, each modelled on horseback. A Minton bleu celeste ground bowl, painted by James Edwin Dean to the upper band with sailing ships in estuary, above gilt dot swags and a bleu celeste ground. A George IV mahogany tripod table, circa 1825, the rectangular tilt-top above a reeded column support and down swept legs terminating in turned pad feet. A late Victorian oak parquetry inlaid centre table, the rectangular top with geometric inlays, above a foliate carved drawer, raised on four gadroon carved supports united by an H-shaped stretcher. An Indian Bidri ware bell shaped base, 19th century, decorated with repeating panels of flowers, scrolling tendrils and leaves, on three copper coin feet. A late Victorian painted mahogany dropleaf bedside cabinet decorated with cupids, floral and ribbon swags, with moulded edge to top, fitted cabinet enclosed by twin dummy drawer fall-front and with dummy drawer front to other side, on square tapered legs. A Royal Worcester fruit painted cabinet plate, painted to the centre with apples, cherries and blossom within yellow and gilt foliate and shell decorated borders, puce printed mark. A Victorian oak marble top sideboard emblematic of hunting, the mottled grey marble top set into an acanthus carved border above two blind frieze drawers with fluted detail, over two panelled cupboard doors carved in relief with hare and pheasant, enclosed by spiral and fluted carved columns, on a plinth base. A pair of John Bevington floral encrusted twin handled vases, late 19th century, in Meissen style, with gilt ram’s head handles and profusely encrusted with flowers, gilt highlighted borders. A Victorian rosewood rectangular adjustable piano stool, the seat upholstered in red dralon and buttoned, on turned legs and H-pattern stretcher. A Mdina glass paperweight, of square section form and mottled decoration in blue, brown, white, etc. A late 19th century Moorish octagonal mother-of-pearl inlaid jardiniere stand, the blind fret work top raised on four fin-shaped supports, enclosing pierced bobbin turned fret work inserts. A Victorian mahogany Gothic bookcase, the upper section with tapered octagonal corner turrets linked by a pierced fret work panel, above a pair of glazed cupboard doors enclosing adjustable shelves, on a base with two frieze drawers over two cupboard doors, raised on a plinth. A pair of gold floral ear pendants, each designed as an oval-shape drop, the old-cut diamond flower within a circular-shape surround to the rope-twist border. A Royal Worcester fruit painted cabinet plate, by Richard Sebright, date code for 1937, the centre painted with peaches and grapes within a gilt circular cartouche on a cobalt blue ground with pink reserved and gilt decorated borders. An oak mule chest, early 18th century, the hinged top opening to large compartment, the triple panel front each carved with floral and foliate motifs above two short drawers and block feet. A mahogany circular tray top tripod occasional table on heavy turned central column and cabriole supports. Similar Posts: