We offer probate valuation service in all Bedfordshire areas including – Blossomville Northill Oakley Odell Old Warden Pavenham Pitstone Potton Pulloxhill Radwell Ravensden Renhold Ridgemont Riseley Roxton Sandy Sharnbrook Sharpenhoe Shefford 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 19th century silver overlaid porcelain desk seal, unmarked, with a rounded pommel painted with flowers, the tapered stem green with overlaid flower swags, the white alloy head with a circular bloodstone matrix carved with a crest. A Japanese bronze and champleve enamel baluster vase, late 19th century, in Chinese archaic style, decorated with bands of taotie masks, and applied with a pair of chicken head scrolled handles. A matched pair of Victorian mahogany marble topped pot cupboards, one in the form of a column section resting on an octagonal plinth base, the other cylindrical. A Japanese bronze figure of an old man, 19th century, scratching his ear with his right hand and holding his smoking items in his left. A Burmese gilt, composite and wood seated figure of Buddha, 19th century or later. A Victorian turned ivory desk seal, with a rounded tapering knop, with a white alloy head and rectangular matrix with a shield. A Japanese walrus ivory figure of Fukurokuju, early 20th century, holding a bamboo staff and holding a peach branch. An Italian silver coloured mounted quartz model of a seated cat, post 1968 .800 standard. A Japanese gilt decorated lacquer rectangular box and cover, early 20th century, the cover decorated with two monkeys amid fruiting branches, the sides with similar fruits on a sprinkled gold and black ground. An 18ct gold diamond seven-row dress ring, the alternating brilliant and baguette-cut diamond lines, to the plain band. A George III mahogany and rosewood banded side table, circa 1790, of demi-lune outline and on square section tapering legs. A late 19th century oak and marquetry inlaid settle, the rectangular panelled back with scrolling foliate inlays, flanked by bird head carved arms, the hinged seat above a foliate carved front panel. A pair of Continental carved pine wall appliqués modelled as hanging baskets, second half 19th century, each with fruit and foliage overflowing from the top, with suspension swags above. An early 20th century gold foliate panel brooch of square-shape outline, the foliate embossed disc, to the similarly designed panel surround with bead accents and border. An English porcelain commemorative portrait plaque of the 6th Earl of Harrington, third quarter 19th century. An Asprey Bang & Olufsen Beocentre 9500 sound system housed within a leather and gilt metal bound walnut dome top trunk, with leather carrying handles and assorted accessories. An 18ct gold ruby and diamond cluster pendant, with chain, the rectangular-shape ruby, within a brilliant-cut diamond border, to the brilliant-cut diamond surmount and flat curb-link chain. A 19th century carved wood and mother of pearl desk seal, the brass head and matrix with a shield for the Community of the Sisters of Mercy of St Charles Borromeo. A Victorian turned ivory desk seal, with a flattened top ovoid pommel, the gilt metal head with an oval bloodstone matrix engraved with a coronet and a cypher. A Victorian oak gun cabinet, the panelled cupboard door centred with relief carved oval panel of two snipe, within a quarter segmented border of scrolling foliage, the interior fitted for six guns. Similar Posts: