We offer probate valuation service in all Bedfordshire areas including – Kempston Kempston Hardwick Kensworth Keysoe Langford Leagrave Ledburn Leighton Buzzard Lidlington Linslade Little Staughton Lower Stondon Luton Marston Moretaine Maulden Meppershall Millbrook Milton Bryan Milton Ernest 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 modern gold coloured metal disc pattern pendant, the centre set with the Saudi Arabian National Emblem within openwork bright cut borders. A platinum diamond three-stone ring, the brilliant-cut diamond line, to the open work gallery and tapered band. Estimated total diamond weight 1.05cts. A silver plated oval two-handled pedestal tureen and cover, with double scroll handle and gadroon border. A Victorian bamboo stand, circa 1870, with three caned tiers joined by asymmetric supports, on splayed feet. A Japanese walrus ivory paperknife handle, Meiji period, carved in high relief as a rat crawling amid leaves and tendrils. A George II walnut side table, circa 1740, the line inlaid rectangular top above a single frieze drawer and shaped apron, on turned legs and terminating in pad feet. A fine Japanese shibayama type hardwood rectangular box, Meiji period, overlaid in mother of pearl, stained bone and wood with a basket of chrysanthemums, a sprig of prunus, convolvulus, a crane and pine tree and a bird amid millet. A Regency mahogany centre table, circa 1815, the circular cross banded top with apron above a turned pillar and platform base with quadruple out swept legs terminating with brass caps and castors. A Victorian red morocco leather despatch box, with black interior, brass recessed carrying handle. A Japanese coloured ivory figure of a bijin, early 20th century, the standing figure wearing a kimono carved with flowers and brocade, tinted in various colours, two character engraved mark to a red lacquer seal. A mid 20th century 9ct gold sapphire and diamond five-stone ring, designed as three rectangular-shape sapphires, with old-cut diamond spacers, to the replacement band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.10ct. A Mappin & Webb silver plated commemorative desk stand, with two inkwells, and quills, bearing crest and inscription Royal Wedding. A 20th century bronze effect figure of a Setter, in animal style on a rectangular moulded base. A Victorian brass and lead weighted door porter, last quarter 19th century, with loop handle above a straight shaft and domed base. A George III walnut kettle stand, circa 1770, the circular dish top above turned stem and platform base with three outswept legs. An Eastern silver plated and carved wooden bowl, the base decorated with scrolls and with white metal shields, the top formed from an upturned meat dome, possibly Indian in assembly. A Heat master chrome and pottery Art Deco style tea set, with chrome plated mounts, comprising bullet shaped teapot, a hot water jug, milk jug and two handled sugar bowl, printed marks to ceramic, impressed marks to metal with patent numbers. A George IV mahogany and kingwood table top cabinet, circa 1825, the stepped pediment above a pair of doors decorated with prints above a turned roundel motif to each, opening to two pairs of small drawers, the plinth section with two further drawers, on shaped bracket feet. A pair of late 19th/early 20th century gilt metal mounted glass claret jugs, with pierced decorated handles and covers. A Japanese ivory okimono of ‘The Clam’s Dream’, 19th century, the exterior carved with shells and a crab, the interior with a mirage of the dragon king Ryujin’s Palace. Similar Posts: