We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including– Underskiddaw Warwick On Eden Wasdale Wasdale Head Watermillock Welton Wetheral Whitehaven Wigton Windermere Winster Winton Witherslack Workington Yanwath 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 Regency mahogany linen press in the manner of Gillows, with ebonized mouldings and stringing, the detachable cornice with satinwood banding above a pair of panelled doors enclosing six cedarwood and oak slides, above two short and two long drawers. A William IV carved mahogany cheval mirror, with a rectangular plate supported by anthemion and lappet carved uprights and scroll feet, on castors. A George IV mahogany extending dining table in the manner of Gillows, the reeded edge top with a pair of drop-leaf ends and with two original and three later leaves, on ring turned and ribbed tapering legs and brass caps and castors, on a telescopic frame. An Edwardian mahogany open armchair, the lattice back carved with a patera and husks, with a silk squab cushion and a cane seat. An early Victorian goncalo alves prie-dieu in the manner of Gillows, with a carved crest and spiral twist uprights, the back and seat upholstered with needlework. A Regency mahogany sarcophagus shape cellaret, inlaid with ebonized stringing and rosewood banding, with a divided interior above a turned stem and moulded downswept legs and brass caps and castors. A George IV mahogany work table, the drop-leaf top above two cedarwood lined frieze drawers, the top drawer fitted with a hinged writing slope and compartments for pens and inkwells, on reeded supports and paw feet. A William IV mahogany Davenport, the sliding top inset with a tooled leather panel, with arched panel sides, the right hand side with a door, enclosing four pigeon holes and seven drawers, on lobed bun feet and sunken castors. A selection of gem-set dress rings. To include a 9ct gold opal and sapphire cluster ring, a 9ct gold blue topaz and cubic zirconia chevron ring, together with two further gem-set rings. Two with hallmarks for 9ct gold. Total weight 13.6gms. A 9ct gold sapphire and diamond bracelet. The graduated circular-shape sapphire diagonal line, with single-cut diamond scrolling line sides, to the flat curb-link chain. Import marks for London, 1985. Length 18.5cms. Weight 5.3gms Two gem-set rings. To include an 18ct gold marquise-shape tanzanite single-stone crossover ring, together with a heart-shape ruby single-stone ring. One with hallmarks for Birmingham. Total weight 4gms. A diamond single-stone ring. The old-cut diamond, to the textured shoulders. Estimated diamond weight 1.40cts A 9ct gold emerald and diamond dress ring. The circular-shape emerald quatrefoil and bead highlight, within a single-cut diamond halo, to the plain band. Hallmarks for Birmingham. An 18ct gold diamond floral brooch, together with a 9ct gold cultured pearl spray brooch. The first designed as pave-set floral buds and foliate accent, the second set with three cultured pearl. An 18ct gold diamond single-stone ring. The brilliant-cut diamond, to the tapered shoulders and plain band. Diamond weight 0.50ct. An early 20th century 18ct gold sapphire and diamond five stone ring. The alternating circular-shape sapphire and old-cut diamond line, to the plain band. A mid 20th century 9ct gold garnet cluster ring. The circular-shape garnet collet, within a similarly-cut garnet surround, to the tapered shoulders and plain band. A Regency mahogany chamber writing table in the manner of Gillows, the top with a hinged pen and ink compartment, with a frieze drawer on ring turned tapering legs and brass castors. A William IV mahogany dressing table mirror in the manner of Gillows, the rectangular plate with scroll supports, the galleried base with nulled mouldings, and lappet carved bracket feet. A set of six George IV mahogany dining chairs in the manner of Gillows, each with a leaf carved back above a drop-in seat and on ribbed front legs. Similar Posts: