We offer probate valuation service in all London areas including – Walthamstow Walthamstow Village Walworth Wandsworth Wanstead Wapping Wealdstone Welling Wembley Wembley Park Wennington West Brompton 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. An early-20th century ladies wrist watch of octagonal form with blue and white guilloche enamelled bezel and silver case, a 9 carat gold cased Ingersoll wrist watch, and another watch. A large bronzed metal figural table lamp in the form of a maiden in classical robes standing on a plinth base entitled “Diane de Gabies” and the gold silk fabric tassled shade. An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry inlaid nursing chair, with floral pierced top rail, vase shaped splat and bow fronted stuff over seat covered in olde gold stamped plush, and raised on square cabriole fore legs, the whole outlined in boxwood. An Indian hand made small carpet, with large Heratic formal pattern on a cream field, the principal border with floral meander on a mauve ground and gold guard stripes. A 19th century Continental diamond and pink sapphire cluster ring and matching earrings, the ring set an oval pink stone within a surround of fourteen rose-cut diamonds, in silver mount, in yellow gold ring mount bearing Portuguese marks, the earrings set similar pink stones, each within concentric borders of sixteen and thirty-two rose-cut diamonds, in silver and gold mounts. An early 20th century carved mahogany piano stool, the oblong padded drop in seat, covered in olde gold striped fabric, above a plain frieze and raised on winged caryatid capped cabriole legs with claw and ball feet. An Edwardian carved mahogany display cabinet, he centre section with bulls eye glazed 15 panel cupboard door enclosing a glazed shelf to the pale green plush lined interior, flanked by a pair of bevel edged shaped mirrors and open shelves, the advanced lower section with moulded oblong top above a pair of conforming cupboard doors and interior, raised on straight cabriole fore legs, tied by a shaped under tier and glazed back. An Edwardian carved mahogany drawing room open armchair, the slightly waisted, padded back with leaf carved top panel and floral pierced lower splat, enclosed by shaped flat arms, above a serpentine printed padded seat, covered in pink plush and raised on cabriolet fore legs. A 19th century carved mahogany double ended settee, the moulded show wood frame with fruit and leaf capped central oval panel to the deep buttoned back, enclosing a serpentine fronted stuff over sat, covered in olde gold pattern fabric and raised on short, moulded, square section cabriole forelegs. A William IV figured mahogany elbow chair, the flame cut rounded top rail above a pair of downswept arms with turned supports, enclosing a flat printed stuff over seat covered in olde gold floral fabric and raised on turned and fluted front legs. A late 19th century French carved blond wood open armchair, the moulded show wood frame with oval padded back above elbow pads and oval stuff over seat, covered in old gold floral fabric and raised on fluted tapering legs. An early 20th century Vienna style walnut and stained beech wall clock, two part Roman dial powered by a spring driven movement striking on a gong, housed in typical glazed case with rearing horse pediment, split turnings and curved underfoot with split turned finial. A 19th century Canton porcelain vase, the ovoid body supported on a splayed foot and rising to a trumpet neck the sides painted with various shaped figural panels reserved on a ground of flowers, fruit, butterflies and ribboned emblems. A Chinese Ming style blue and white double gourd porcelain vase, the sides of the fluted body decorated with an overall formal design of leaf and scroll stemmed peony. A Chinese blue and white Ming style porcelain dish, painted to the centre with the ‘Three Friends’, pine, bamboo and plum blossom, the base unglazed. A Chinese Ming style yellow ground blue and white porcelain moon flask, decorated overall with formal designs of scroll and leaf stemmed flowerheads, the base with a Qianlong seal mark. A small mirror pair of 19th century Japanese Meiji period inlaid mixed metal vases, each decorated in relief with a scene of birds in flight above garden foliage. A Chinese hardwood framed Famile rose porcelain plaque, decorated with calligraphy and a scene of a sage with two boy attendants in a garden setting. A pair of early 20th century Chinese pink ground Canton enamel candlesticks, decorated with quatrefoil landscape panels reserved on foliate grounds. A Chinese iron red and underglaze blue porcelain moon flask, the sides decorated with two panels of dragons disputing a flaming pearl, within formal borders of scrolling lotus, the base with a Qianlong seal mark. Similar Posts: