We offer probate valuation service in all Cambridgeshire areas including – Tydd St Giles Tydd St Mary Upwell Walpole St Andrew Warboys Waterbeach Welney Werrington West Deeping West Perry Whittlesey Wilburton Willingham 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 pair of Victorian painted bronze and ormolu twin branch table lustres, with prismatic drops and fluted columns, now fitted for electricity. A Regency rosewood breakfront library bookcase, fitted with three doors inset with gilt brass flower-embellished lattice panels, the two pilasters with carved acanthus leaf capitals, raised on a plinth base. Edward VII 1905 full gold sovereign coin. A Regency rosewood sofa table, with overall applied gilt metal beaded borders, the frieze fitted with two drawers with applied anthemion escutcheons and six-point star handle plates opposing similarly decorated dummy drawers, the twin supports raised on downswept sabre legs terminating in brass caps and castors. A lady’s Rotary 9ct gold bracelet watch, with a small Saint Christopher pendant attached, 8.2 g gross. An Edwardian copper and brass adjustable standard lamp, with single scrolling branch, with green tinted crimped glass shade. A 20th century patinated bronze elephant, with gilt brass tusks, monogramed FM. A pair of copper watering cans, probably French, late 18th / early 19th century, each with perforated rose extending from a baluster body, with horizontal support bars connecting with the rims, with loop handles behind. Edward VII 1902 half gold sovereign coin. A Victorian compass locket fob, the glazed compass with a hinged back, inscribed ‘Norman’, opening to reveal a hair locket. A pair of late Victorian gilt gesso arched rectangular pier glasses, with ovolo and beaded moulded border, the crest surmounted by an urn and draped husk, swags. An eleven stone diamond cluster ring, stamped ’18ct’, the central brilliant cut of approximately 0.2 carats, enclosed by eight brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.4 carats. Three Masonic Jewels, to include one 9ct, engraved ‘Presented to W. Bro. Thomas S Long PM by Morland Lodge No.3066 In recognition of a most successful year as Master 1975-76’, 46.5g, and one silver. George V 1914 half gold sovereign coin. A George II burr walnut and feather banded hanging corner cupboard, circa 1740, the quarter veneered feather and crossbanded door opening to a shelved interior. A pair of Dieppe sculpted ivory models of amorini, late 19th century, the Cupid portrayed proffering a billet-doux in his right hand, his quiver slung across his left shoulder, the female portrayed as seated on a flower adorned stump, both on cylindrical pedestals with waisted bases. A set of twelve early 20th century knives, with ivory handles and stainless steel blades, by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Cutlers to HIs Majesty. A George III mahogany swing toilet mirror, the shield shape mirror with original plate on scroll supports with applied turned bone roundels, above tulipwood crossbanded serpentine base with three drawers, on ogee bracket feet. A fruiting vine cultured pearl and emerald brooch, with a drop of small pearl ‘grapes’ with a pearl at one end of the vine and an emerald to the other. George V full gold sovereign coin. Similar Posts: