We offer probate valuation service in all Teesside areas including – Hinderwell Loftus Long Newton Middlesbrough Moorsholm Norton Nunthorpe Redcar Seamer Skelton In Cleveland Skinningrove Slapewath Stainton Staithes Stillington Stokesley ITG 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 Turkish silk rug, the twin madder mehrab with two arches and lanterns, panel above, a ivory palmette and spray border. An Indian rug, the black field with a lobed medallion, spandrels, all with mini floral design, a black complementary border. A Napoleon III ebonized and boulle marquetry side cabinet with ormolu female figurine mounts either side, the white marble top above a panel of boulle work of scrolling foliage and birds, the two doors with raised step ormolu decoration framing oval panels of floral scrolling decoration on a raised curving plinth. A late 19th early 20th century mahogany bookcase, twin glazed doors opening to reveal lined shelving above three long drawers and shelving, on block supports. An early 20th century oak sideboard with carved oak panels above triple doors and cupboard sections to barley twist stretcher and bun feet. A Victorian mahogany breakfront sideboard, a central recessed cupboard with door to either side with arched scrolling raised decoration on paw feet. A oak Edwardian glazed bureau bookcase, broken pediment above two glazed doors with four interior shelves above a long drawer with Art Nouveau handles, drop down desk top revealing interior drawers and small apertures. A 19th century desk with green leather inset top, three drawers above opposing single door cupboard sections on a plinth base. An Edwardian two door glazed bookcase over a cupboard with two drawers over two cupboard doors with raised panel design and Arts and Crafts brass and copper handles. An early 20th century walnut mirror back sideboard, the large central mirror flanked by two smaller mirrors with shell decoration to the top and lower shelves on baluster supports, over two small central carved cupboard doors over a recess flanked by carved doors on small baluster supports below reeded columns. A 19th century Burmese ivory figure, of a Buddhist monk in standing pose in flowing robes holding face screen and staff, on an inverted carved wooden base. A Japanese ivory okimono carving, Meiji period, modelled as a seated farmer wearing a coolie hat and holding a gourd water bottle and cup, incised two character signature to base. A 20th century fully glazed oak display cabinet of small proportions with bow front door, etched flower decoration and butler tray top with brass handles. A late 19th to early 20th century ebonized upholstered sofa with carved foliate decoration and front foliate knee carved cabriole legs. An early 20th century German fourteen day striking walnut cased mantel clock, the gilded and enamel dial set with Roman numerals, brass plaque to the base. A 19th century Minton Parian figure group modelled as a pair of children lying on a bed dressed in night ware, impressed Minton mark to base. A late 19th century Chinese famille noire bottle vase decorated with figures on horseback and a further standing attendee, with six blue character marks to the base within a double ring border. A pair of early 20th century Chinese figurines, an Oriental lady holding a basket of flowers seated on an elephant and an Oriental gentleman seated on a dragon. A Minton majolica chestnut serving dish, of circular form, one half with an integral domed cover decorated in relief with a chestnut and leaves flanked by a scroll handle. A Minton Style 19th Century Hand Painted Porcelain Figural Cherub / Fish Vase, In Turquoise, Gold and White Colour way. Similar Posts: