We offer probate valuation service in all Warwickshire areas including – Aberystwyth Acocks Green Albrighton Aldridge Allesley Alvecote Aylesford Baginton Balsall Common Balsall Heath 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. A late Victorian gold citrine brooch, circa 1880, the oval-shape citrine, with circular-shape citrine sides, within an openwork scrolling surround. A 19th century Japanese bronze vase converted to a lamp, of baluster shape, crisply cast, stylised handles and finches amongst flowering prunus branches, on an integral base. A 19th Century Chinese cloisonné enamel ingot-shaped dish, the turquoise ground interior decorated with four shou characters within a surround of polychrome dragons, bats, fruit, flowers and scrolls, similarly decorated to the exterior. A late 19th century gold garnet and turquoise brooch, the oval garnet cabochon, to the circular turquoise cabochon accents and raised scrolling surround. A large late 19th century cream ground Satsuma vase, with globular body and drawn neck, painted and gilded floral and insect decoration, with gilded character marks to base. A late 19th century 9ct gold photograph pendant of rectangular-shape outline, the engraved monogram, within an engraved rope-twist surround, to the print image reverse panel. An circular silver Concorde easel photo frame, Sheffield 1968. A boxed set of six hallmarked silver teaspoons. Birmingham assay, 1940. Total weight approximately 70g. A pair of Royal Worcester dolphin candlesticks, both the sconces and drip pans modelled in the form of shells above dolphins curled around the stems, overglaze painted in matt brown with gilt highlights against a turquoise blue glazed ground, supported on circular bases. An 18th century German faience beer stein of cylindrical form, painted to the exterior with a horse in a rural setting enclosed within a foliate border, the hinged pewter cover modelled with a thumb lift in the form of an acorn. A late 20th Century George III style mahogany circular dining table, fitted with five additional concentric leaves, raised on four downswept sabre legs terminating in cast brass claw caps and castors. A Chinese filigree silver, cloisonné and gem set finger guard brooch, early 20th century, decorated with equidistantly set turquoise and agate cabochon gem stones, enclosed within cloisonné decoration depicting bats. A white marble relief bust of a Roman, early 19th century, wearing a laurel wreath on an oval black marble plaque. A George III mahogany chest of three long drawers with ebony line inlaid borders, on bracket feet. A pair of bronze and parcel-gilt candlestick table lamps, on triform bases. 39cm. A carved treen figural vesta case, probably Swiss, late 19th century, in the form of a standing man, with a detachable hat, smoking a pipe. An early 20th century oriental bowl in the Imari manner, with painted floral decoration to the interior and exterior. An opal and diamond dress ring, clan set in a 22ct yellow gold band. A George III silver cream jug with leaf capped double scroll handle on three pad feet, London 1975. A George III mahogany backgammon and chess drop-flap sofa table, the reversible slide-out top inlaid with a chess board, the interior with a leather-lined backgammon board, the single frieze drawer above square tapering legs terminating in brass caps and castors. Similar Posts: