We offer probate valuation service in all Northamptonshire areas including – Great Brington Great Oxendon Gretton Guilsborough Harrington Harringworth Haselbech Hellidon Higham Ferrers Holcot Irthlingborough 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 Derby porcelain group of Britannia, late 18th century, standing beside a figure of a white horse with items at her feet emblematic of Industry. A Burmese silver rectangular table box, stamped 95/Silver, early 20th century, chased in semi relief with figures and scroll foliate borders, on bracket feet. A pair of 19th century mahogany D-end table sections, on tapered cylindrical supports with brass cups and casters. A 19th century mahogany marble topped side table, the white and black veined marble top above three blind frieze drawers, raised on pierced trestle ends and platform bases with gadroon carved bun feet, united by a reeded and foliate carved stretcher. An Italian silver coloured lobed baluster coffee pot, Florence 1944-68, with a bud finial to the domed cover, a side handle in black composition, a leafy spout, on three acanthus scroll feet. A pair of mahogany framed high back occasional chairs upholstered in cream cloth, on square chamfered front legs and plain stretchers. A pair of late 19th/ early 20th century gilt wood jardiniere stands, the circular tops raised on three concave scroll supports, resting on concave platform bases with paw feet. A pair of Victorian mahogany hall chairs, the shaped and moulded backs with applied shield shaped panels, serpentine fronted seats, on turned front legs. An oak rectangular joint stool of 17th Century design, with moulded edge to top, arcaded frieze, on turned legs and plain stretchers. A Regency gilt wood and composition pier mirror, circa 1815, the cornice above flanking pilasters and beveled mirror plate. A Minton parian bust of the civil engineer James Meadows Rendel, mid 19th century. A Derby porcelain candlestick figure, late 18th century, modelled as a gentleman holding a posy of flowers and a basket of fruit beside him, and a flower encrusted branch supporting a nozzle with petal shape surround, pad marks to the scrollwork base. A pair of 19th Century walnut framed open armchairs, the shaped backs and seats upholstered in cream and pink tapestry, with moulded scroll arms, on slender turned and reeded front legs with H-pattern stretchers. A Victorian mahogany library tub chair, circa 1860, the curved back with overstuffed rail and turned spindles, over a bow front upholstered seat, on turned front legs. A pair of patinated and gilt metal candlesticks, second half 20th century, the foliate cast urn sockets on tapered shafts, above triform bases, and a pair of Empire style engine milled and gilt metal candlesticks. A Victorian mahogany inverted breakfront wardrobe, the moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular panelled cupboard doors flanked by arched panel doors, raised on a plinth base. An 18 carat gold diamond single-stone ring, the brilliant-cut diamond collet to the tapered baguette-cut diamond shoulders and plain band. Principal diamond estimated weight 0.45ct. A Chinese silver and glass liquor decanter, mid 20th century, with a spout and stopper, pierced and chased with dragons amidst clouds and flowers. A Victorian oak library table, the rounded rectangular top with a green and gilt tooled leather skiver insert, above six cockbeaded frieze drawers, raised on tapered cylindrical reeded supports with brass cups and casters. A Burmese silver mug, stamped 95/Silver, early 20th century, chased in semi relief with figures in panels and scroll foliate borders. Similar Posts: