We offer probate valuation service in all Northamptonshire areas including – Kettering Little Billing Little Harrowden Lowick Marston Trussell Moulton Nassington Northampton Oundle Overstone Rushden 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. An amethyst foil-back single-stone ring, the square-shape amethyst within a foil-back setting, to the vacant sides and grooved band. A Continental silver compact, of square hinged form with Florentine finish, a gold bar with swivel clasp, star set with a row of synthetic rubies, marked sterling and 750. A sculpted soapstone model of a Karashishi, 20th century, with wood base. An 18th century oval oak dining table, fitted with a frieze drawer, raised on spirally turned legs and united by stretchers. A Victorian coromandel work box, the lift out tray with mother of pearl mounted spools and other tools. A silver plate mounted biscuit box with etched glass liner, decorated with harvest figures and ears of wheat. A French brass carriage clock with white enamel dial, striking the half hours on a gon A 20th century silver plated scalloped edged bowl, presented to Vice Admiral Sir Michael Fell by Comnav South. A 19th Century Cantonese famille verte sprinkler vase, decorated with panels of figures, birds and insects with scrolled borders and relief moulded dragon to the collar. A Beswick Art Deco style vase, with dripped decoration in green, purple and yellow, printed mark in dark blue to underside. A diamond horseshoe brooch of bi-colour design, the old-cut diamond horseshoe atop a plain bar. Weight 2.7 grams. A pair of gilt wood oval wall mirrors in George III style, 19th century, each with raised surmount and pierced foliate scroll surround. A Japanese carved ivory figure, Meiji period, balancing on one foot beside an ape, signed. A pair of George Jones Crescent china bowls, each decorated with white flowers on a blue ground within pierced gilt borders, printed mark in black to underside. An 18 carat gold and diamond single-stone ring, the brilliant-cut diamond collet to the ridged shoulders and plain band. Estimated diamond weight 0.50ct. A silver plated rectangular two-handled serving tray with gadroon border, stamped Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, Regent Plate. A 15 carat gold Masonic medal, Friern Barnet Lodge, set with old cut diamonds and a silver gilt enamel pin above, together with a similar silver gilt pin with a gold Masonic medal. A George III mahogany clothes press, circa 1760, the moulded cornice above a pair of panelled cupboard doors, opening to five sliding trays, the lower section with two short and one long drawer, on bracket feet. A pair of Bohemian type ruby flashed glass table lustres, each with a knop stem picked out in gilt on a domed foot. A Moorcroft pottery bowl decorated in the orchid pattern, decorated to the interior with flowers and leaves against a navy blue ground, impressed mark to underside. Similar Posts: