We offer probate valuation service in all Nottinghamshire areas including – Beeston and Stapleford West Bridgeford Carlton Sutton in Ashfield Worksop Arnold Newark-on-Trent Hucknall Kirkby in Ashfield East Retford 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 Edwardian oak travelling box, with a single drawer above a hinged drop down fall front, with decorative metal mounts to the corners. A 19th century rosewood and brass cornered travelling box, the hinged lid enclosing a gilt tooled leather fold down flap and sectioned interior. A 19th century mahogany satinwood banded serving table, the low back over a cross banded frieze on four slender, square tapering legs, united by a shelf stretcher, raised on short square section feet with collars. A George III and later mahogany tilt-top supper table, the reduced top on a turned column and tripod base. An early 20th century mahogany low glazed bookcase, the blind fret frieze over three astragal glazed doors revealing two adjustable shelves, raised on shaped bracket feet. A diamond hinged bangle, the brilliant-cut diamond pave-set crossover panels, interspaced by textured panels to the similarly-designed ridged half-bangle. Estimated total diamond weight 1.50 carats. A pair of late 19th century pique tortoiseshell ear pendants, each designed as a tortoiseshell amphora, with bi-colour, floral and geometric pique inlay, suspended from a hook fitting. An early 20th century gold and enamel brooch of openwork design, the slightly textured fanned arrows gathered by a blue enamel ribbon, overlaid to the blue enamel rectangular surround. An English creamware pear shaped coffee pot and cover, painted with polychrome flower spray, domed cover, flower finial, entwined reeded double handle. An early 20th century leather portmanteau with velvet lining, with press stud detachment and metal bar for cloaks. A late 19th century French ormolu and opaline glass mounted mantle clock, the circular dial with individual Roman numerals, striking on a bell, the case with urn and Classical figure surmount, decorated with blue and white opaline glass oval and circular shaped medallions. A wooden domed blanket box or travelling trunk, with studded metal strapping and further wooden bands, with metal clasps and leather handles. An early 19th century gold, ivory and seed pearl mourning ring, the marquise-shape ivory panel depicting a lady in a dress, within a seed pearl surround. A set of three East Anglian early 19th Century fruitwood and ash chairs, with undulating top rail above a balloon pierced splat back, drop in seat and tapering square section legs. A Walker and Co light blue Jasperware two-handled pedestal ovoid vase and cover, applied in white with god in a chariot, the verso with goddess, the handles and beaded borders in terracotta, domed cover, acorn finial. A late 19th century French ormolu and porcelain mounted mantle clock, the circular white enamel dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, the twin train movement striking on a bell. A 19th century copper and brass log bin with lion ring handles, applied pressed brass decoration, raised on three short legs with lion claw feet. A Zenith 1930s Swiss gilt brass and green enamel timepiece in the form of a ball in a cup, the 4cm diameter dial with ring of Arabic numerals, signed Zenith Swiss Made in a gilt brass cup on five reeded splay legs. A George III mahogany glazed bookcase with Chippendale style astragal glazed doors under a Greek Key moulded cornice and scrolling leaf frieze, on a later blind fret decorated stand. An Isnik bottle vase typically decorated with flowers and scrolls, in tones of cobalt blue, ochre and manganese. Similar Posts: