We offer probate valuation service in all Rutland areas including – Greetham Hambleton Ketton Lyddington Market Overton Normanton Seaton 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 early 20th century locket, the oval-shape panel within a bead and scroll highlight, suspended from a tapered surmount. A 19th century mahogany linen press, the moulded cornice with dentil and Greek key frieze, above a pair of panelled cupboard doors opening to a fitted interior of sliding shelves, above two cockbeaded drawers and two long graduated cockbeaded drawers, raised on gadroon carved bun feet. A silver plated table candlestick with central vase and four scroll branches, on base with scroll borders, raised on four feet. A bronze grave or tomb figure, formed as a figure standing wearing flowing robes, on a stepped circular base. A Victorian mahogany wing armchair, with blue floral upholstered back, arms and seat, raised on tapered cylindrical supports with brass cups and casters. A Regency gilt wood and composition circular wall mirror, circa 1815, the raised oval frame with foliate moulded motifs in high relief, above a reeded and ebonized sight edge. An early 20th century 15ct gold diamond heart locket, the heart-shape locket with old-cut diamond highlight, suspended from a fine belcher-link chain. A gentleman’s mid 20th century Rolex Tudor Oyster stainless steel wristwatch, with matt cream dial, Arabic numerals and arrow pointers with arrow hands. A Continental turquoise porcelain vase, late 19th century, of baluster form with ormolu mounts and matched ormolu base. A 19th century mahogany chest, the rectangular top with a moulded edge above two short and three long graduated drawers, with boxwood line and rosewood banded edges, raised on bracket feet. A George III oval mahogany brass bound bucket, circa 1770, the swing handle above removable liner. A French mahogany and gilt metal mounted side table, circa 1870, the three-quarter galleried Brèche violet marble top above a single blind frieze drawer, four fluted supports and conforming under tier, on fluted tapering legs. A George V silver cigarette case, with engine turned reeded design and shield crest bearing the initials ‘JWL’, Chester 1913. A set of six mother of pearl handled silver plated dessert knives and forks, in fitted oak case with lock. A cased set of silver lucky horseshoe napkin rings, with hammered horseshoe design, in a fitted case, Sheffield assay. A black japanned eight day long case clock, the five pillar rack and bell striking movement with anchor escapement and 12 inch brass break-arch dial, date aperture to centre within applied silvered Roman numeral chapter ring. A mid 20th century sapphire single-stone ring, the oval-shape yellow sapphire to the grooved shoulders and plain band. A late 19th century oak sideboard, with arcaded upright back above two foliate carved cupboard doors, with Term facings and lion mask tablet. A late Victorian Max Greger & Co clear glass onion shaped decanter and stopper, with acid etched inscription “Max Greger & Co, London, Wine Flagon” to one side. A George IV rosewood and brass inlaid sofa table, circa 1825, by John Kendall & Co. the rectangular top with flaps and rounded corners above bipedal trestle supports, terminating in brass caps and castors. Similar Posts: