We offer probate valuation service in all Cambridgeshire areas including – Grey Heydon Hildersham Hilton Hinxton Histon Horningsea Horseheath Houghton Huntingdon Impington Isleham Keyston Kimbolton 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 Victorian buttonback upholstered easy armchair on turned forelegs and brass casters. An Art Deco silvered bronze figure of a nude female dancer, with ivory cymbals, the square sectioned marble base signed Auroreonu,. An early 20th century enamel locket, the circular locket with blue enamel to the reverse, to the scrolling surround, the front with a glazed photograph compartment and blue enamel surround. A late 19th century rolled gold locket of oval outline, the raised central panel set with red pastes and seed pearls in the shape of a figure of eight or infinity symbol, to the scalloped edge. A pair of 19th Century French Empire style mahogany framed armchairs with applied gilt metal swan, mask and anthemion mounts, the seats and backs upholstered in light green cotton, the downswept front legs terminating in cast gilt metal claw feet. An early 20th century 9ct gold locket of square outline with shaped base, engraved with floral and foliate decoration and front central vacant shield cartouche to the fine curb-link chain. A Regency mahogany side cabinet, in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster, with rosewood crossbanded borders, fitted with a pair of panelled doors flanked by turned columns with applied cast gilt metal capitals, raised on turned feet. A 19th century rectangular burr yew wood two division tea caddy, the top inlaid with a central panel decorated with the words and stave music for Home Sweet Home, the top opening to reveal a fitted interior with two divisions with octagonal shaped lids, on acanthus scroll and paw feet. A 20th Century French cherry wood triangular occasional table, the top with marquetry inlaid cross raised on cabriole legs. A pair of French Art Deco patinated metal bookends, modelled as poodles, on rectangular marble bases. A late Victorian buttonback upholstered low easy armchair, on turned forelegs and casters. A George III fruitwood serpentine shaped knife box, with fitted interior. A William IV mahogany ‘X’ framed stool, in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster, the channel moulded frame with carved rosette mounts, the scrolling legs united by turned stretchers. A George III elm country Chippendale open elbow chair, with pierced splat and drop in seat on square chamfered legs united by an H stretcher. A late 19th century gold turquoise locket of oval outline, the raised central panel with engraved detail, set with five turquoise stones, one circular cabochon and four square in shape, opening to reveal a glazed panel with curled lock of hair beneath. An Art Deco silvered bronze figure of a nude female dancer, the circular base marked Vivian, Made in Austria Real Bronze, on a shaped onyx pedestal. A late 19th/early 20th Century George III style mahogany serving table, the verde-antico marble top above a blind fretwork Greek key frieze, raised on a pair of tapering scroll legs terminating in block feet. A George III mahogany drum top library table, the circular top with an ebony line inlaid border above an arrangement of four drawers alternating with dummy drawers, raised on a ring turned stem and four downswept scrolling legs terminating in castors. A 19th century Ceylonese carved ebony work box, decorated all over with flower heads and scrolling foliage, the hinged lid revealing an interior tray with pewter strung and specimen wood lidded compartments. A late 18th century carved giltwood pier mirror, circa 1800, the moulded and beaded frame mounted a basket with flowers and a garland to the crest and a ribbon with Wedgwood style plaque to bottom. Similar Posts: