We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Lancashire areas including – Middleton Mitton Morecambe Mossley Nelson Oakenclough Oldham Ormskirk Oswaldtwistle 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 French walnut framed open arm elbow chair, 20th century, with carved top rail and needlework back and seat on cabriole front legs. An early 20th century mahogany nine drawer pedestal desk with leather lined writing surface and fluted canted corners raised on plinth base. A French bronze mantel clock, late 19th century, the wasted form case overall pierced and moulded with scrolling leaves, the enamel dial with Roman and Arabic chapter ring, with typical barrel movement. Together with another French metal and onyx mounted clock, mounted with a figure of a young woman. A pair of French gilt wood and gesso over mantle mirrors, late 19th/early 20th century, pierced and carved with flower head designs. A French mignon enamel carriage clock, late 19th century, of typical rectangular form with panels of champleve enamel of stylised flowers, on yellow grounds, with Arabic numeral chapter ring. A French Louis XVI style comtoise clock, 20th century, with arched pediment above enamel and gilt mounted dial inscribed ‘Francois Desire Odobez’, above single glazed door to a shaped plinth base. A pair of French rosewood salon chairs, mid 19th century, with carved floral top rail, embroidered back and seat and raised on carved cabriole legs. A German walnut bureau bookcase, early 19th century, the arched top above pair of glazed doors enclosing three shelves and two pairs of drawers, the fall front enclosing arrangement of pigeon holes and nine drawers above serpentine fronted base section of three long drawers. A bronze figure group depicting three putti with musical instruments. inscribed verso rolland, fdeur, on green marble stepped plinth having paper label under. An 18th century stained green ivory and mother of pearl counter box for the suit of diamonds. The exterior top with engraved mother of pearl panels and swivelling dial numbered from one to ten. Decorated with flowers and oriental style figure with song bird in cage verso. A late 19th century lidded crocodile skin fitted travelling case containing various silver topped glass bottles, ivory brushes, mirror, glove stretchers, button hook etc. An early glazed earthenware apothecary jar with mask mount and decorated with flowers and un-named scroll in coloured enamels. A 19th century oriental carved ivory study depicting figures and house on wooded hill to include musician on water buffalo, fisherman in boat, woodcutter with sticks etc. A pair of Chinese silver adjustable candlesticks on square bases decorated in relief with entwined dragons. A 19th century porcelain fruit set comprising three comports and six plates. All hand painted with birds and each with heraldic family device. A 20th century oriental carved coffee table with two inset marble panels on cabriole supports with claw and ball feet, stretcher shelf. A French boulle work and ebonized wood desk cabinet, late 19th century, with shaped lifting superstructure to reveal a set of envelope racks, with lifting lid to reveal a velvet lined writing surface, with ink wells and pen storage tray, with stationary well below. A Viennese walnut regulator, 20th century, the case of architectural design, the white enamel dial with Roman numeral chapter ring and pierced hands, together with pendulum and two brass cased weights. A French gilt bronze and porcelain mounted mantel clock by Henri Marc, 19th century, the top mounted with a figure group of cherubs in the manner of Boucher, the case of foliate shaped form, with curling feet, inset with porcelain plaques of cherubs, the central white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic chapter ring and pierced hands, the barrel movement with bell and count wheel strike. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid kneehole dressing table base, with five drawers, raised on square tapering legs. Similar Posts: