We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Lancashire areas including – Chorley Churchtown Claughton On Brock Clayton Le Moors Clayton Le Woods Clitheroe Cliviger Cockerham Colne 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 Victorian silver card case of shaped rectangular form with hinged cover, one side decorated with a scene of Windsor Castle, the reverse with a scene of Warwick Castle, within embossed floral and foliate scroll borders. A late Victorian silver sugar caster with pierced dome cover, the baluster body with spiral reeded base and circular foot. A George IV silver six division toast rack with foliate handle, each curved wirework division on a rectangular base and ball feet. A peking glass snuff bottle, red jade and brass stopper with leaf external decoration and figures in a garden scene with internal decoration. A pair of French ormolu mounted porcelain vases and covers. The bodies decorated with children playing in a garden, with pierced lids, lion mask handles and turned socles. A good continental enamelled ormolu circular box. The lid with a hand painted scene of a Dutch boy and flower girl on a bridge, on a cobalt blue ground with floral swags to the border and body. A good pair of large 19th century French ormolu mounted cobalt blue glass oval salts, decorated with charioteers and classical maidens. A good 19th century French mixed metal oval table centre footed bowl with scrolled mask head handles and circular stand. Central cartouche depicting classical maidens attending to venus, border with vines in relief. A topaz and split pearl cluster ring. The cushion-shape orangey-yellow foil-back topaz, within a split pearl surround, to the bifurcated shoulders. A Continental white metal casket and cover, the hinge lid applied with bunches of grapes, the lobed sides engraved with fruiting vines, all against a matt ground and on scroll feet. A George IV silver mustard of half reeded circular form with hinge lid and foliate capped handle, on ball feet, London 1820. An early 18th Century silver mounted tortoiseshell oval snuff box, the hinge lid with central silver boss and studded band, the reeded base with piqué inlaid beading. An Indian silver three piece tea set, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, each circular body decorated in relief with a continuous band of figures, trees and huts. A 19th Century Indian silver box and cover, of demi-lune form, the hinge lid cast with animals and scrolling foliage, the underside engraved with a recumbent animal. A late 18th Century silver and tortoiseshell oval snuff box, the hinge lid inset with a tortoiseshell panel inlaid in mother-of-pearl and silver with a mask radiating foliate scrolls, the plain sides with reeded borders, the tortoiseshell base piqué inlaid in silver with a view of buildings, birds and trees. A pair of French Empire style mahogany and upholstered armchairs the rectangular backs and bow front seats covered in brocade, the shaped and moulded arms with lappets and anthemion, on square sabre legs. A French Empire style mahogany and upholstered armchair the rectangular backs and bow front seats covered in green upholstery the shaped and moulded arms with lappets and anthemion, on square sabre legs. French Louis XV style giltwood and marble centre table the frieze is decorated with enclosed anthemia supported by a key pattern surrounded by gilt foliate scrolls on four square tapering legs joined by a waved ‘X’-shaped stretcher centred by a foliate-carved pierced cartouche. A French trumeau wall mirror, 19th century, with rectangular verre eglomise panel decorated with two musicians and a dancing lady, above rectangular bevelled plate. A French taste hexagonal table, 20th century, the top inlaid with bands of brass and mother of pearl in the Boulle manner, with under tier below, supported on gilt palm trees and pierced scrolling feet. Similar Posts: