We offer probate valuation service in all Lincolnshire areas including – Ruskington Coningsby Woodhall Spa Waddington Ingoldmells Holton le Clay Pinchbeck Saxilby Nettleham Market Rasen Kirton Chapel 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 Chinese dark wood jardiniere stand, Qing Dynasty, the square top with mottled red and white marble insert within a foliate carved border, above a foliate carved frieze pierced with flowers and fruit, raised on four cabriole supports with foliate carved detail, united by a panelled under tier. A 17th Century oak six plank coffer, of typical form, the hinged plank top enclosing a candle box and storage space, shaped side supports. A late 19th century mahogany and gilt metal mounted vitrine, the red and white marble top with pierced three quarter gallery, above a glazed cupboard door opening to a fitted interior of velvet lined shelves, raised on four shaped supports with acanthus cast sabots. An egg yolk amber necklace, late 20th century, formed of graduated beads, with a central oval disc pendant, approx 113g. An 18th Century oak linen press chest, the concave cornice above a pair of arched fielded panel doors raised above four arched panel base and a pair of short drawers, raised on block feet. A collection of turquoise coloured stone set jewellery, to include; a cabochon set ring, an oval pendant, both stamped ’14k’ along with a pair of drop earrings. A pair of 9ct gold gentlemen’s cufflinks, in the form of a Spitfire aircraft, approx 2.9g. A large Royal Doulton commemorative loving cup, To Celebrate The Coronation Of Their Gracious Majesties George VI and Elizabeth, May 1937. A Victorian silver plated table centre epergne, with cut trumped glass vase centre. A pair of 1960’s rosewood cabinets, each with two sliding doors enclosing a beech interior. A 19th century jet necklace, formed of five oval plaques, each with applied carved grapes and vine leaves, with two suspended tear drop pendants, with similar applied motifs, the third central pendant drop detached and hung from a velvet ribbon. A pair of Continental silver and cut glass sweet meat dishes, modelled as swans. An 18th Century oak hanging corner cabinet, the arched cornice above a fielded arched panel door enclosing three shelves, plinth base. A silver niello mounted glass scent bottle, the glass vial with cap top, the underside stamped ‘54855’. A 9ct gold curb link charm bracelet hung with various charms and 9ct gold padlock clasp, approximately 22g. A Victorian walnut and boxwood lined games table, the hinged rectangular top opening to a green baize lined interior, above a long frieze drawer flanked by two smaller drawers, each set with lion mask and circular ring handles, raised on four tapered cylindrical supports with fluted detail, resting on down splayed legs and white ceramic castors united by a pierced stretcher. A Chinese silver cigar case, early 20th century, decorated to the back with birds and bamboo and to the front with a dragon in cloudy landscape, vacant sheild shaped cartouche, gilt interior. A George V gold sovereign, 1913, loose mounted in a 9ct gold bar brooch, approx 12.6g. A collection of gold jewellery, to include a 9ct yellow gold bracelet, designed as heart shaped links, a 9ct yellow gold cross pendant and chain, a pair of 9ct gold hoop earrings, total weight 7.4gms, along with a pair of 18ct yellow gold clip earrings and a pair of 18ct yellow gold hoop earrings, weight 7.9gms a pair of 18ct gold knot earrings and further earrings. A 14ct white gold, yellow and white diamond set ring, the central 0.81ct cushion cut natural fancy yellow diamond with a double border of forty-four round brilliant cut white diamonds, 1.41ct. Similar Posts: