We offer probate valuation service in all Worcestershire areas including – ournheath Bransford Bredon Bringsty Broadway Bromsgrove Chaddesley Corbett Charlton Church Lench Clent Cleobury Mortimer 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 hallmarked-silver two-section cigarette box, with machine-turned detail. Birmingham assay, 1946. A pair of hallmarked-silver open salts. London assay, 1895. Total weight approximately 106g. A white metal Indian tankard, relief decorated with a cobra form handle. Total weight approximately 125g. A mid-Victorian scroll armchair with loose cotton covers, the turned walnut front legs with brass caps and castors. A Victorian book of Common Prayer, bound in leather with ivory boards mounted in white metal, the front board finely carved in relief depicting a seated couple within a rural setting. An Edwardian pair of novelty silver sugar tongs of wishbone form, with a sprung hinge, mark of Henry Stuart Brown, London 1901. An Aubusson tapestry, late 17th century, centred with a heron standing in a river landscape, the border decorated with birds, flowers and panels. A pair of Japanese Kutani porcelain vases, late Meiji period. Painted in iron red and brown with gilt highlights and decorated with panels depicting rural landscape scenes with figures, birds and flowers. Later applied with 20th century gilt brass mounts to both the rims and feet. A Capodimonte-style porcelain Casket, late 19th century, with moulded panels depicting classical scenes, with scroll borders, gilt mounted. A five stone sapphire ring, claw set in a 9 carat yellow gold band. An 18ct gold late Victorian mourning brooch, the shaped square brooch with fleur-de-lys to each corner and a spherical bead to the centre, with woven hair panel to the reverse. A 20th Century George III style mahogany tray-top coffee table with a raised gallery, on chamfered block legs. A late 19th century gold memorial turquoise brooch in two sections, the upper section with scrolling acanthus leaves with oval-shape turquoise cabochons set in a central cluster, to the small glazed hair panel to the reverse. A George III oak bowfront hanging corner cabinet, fitted with a pair of mahogany crossbanded doors, flanked by fluted sides. A German WMF Neo-Classical silver plated bowl of oval form, with a clear glass liner, the exterior embossed with a wide band of leaves and berries enclosed within a reeded border, terminating with scrolling acanthus handles and supported on four foliate decorated feet. A hallmarked-silver backed hand mirror, with relief designs. Birmingham assay, 1902. A garnet floral cluster ring, the circular-shape garnet cluster to the tapered shoulders and plain band. An early Victorian mahogany occasional table, the moulded rectangular top on four ring turned supports and horizontal brackets, terminating in turned feet with brass caps and castors. A late Victorian buttoned back scroll armchair, the turned tapering walnut legs with brass caps and china castors. A George III mahogany side table, fitted with a single drawer, on tapering block legs.