We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including – Lorton Low Hesket Low Lorton Lupton Maryport Mealsgate Millom Milnthorpe Nether Wasdale 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 Italian carved white marble model of the Warwick Vase, with a pair of entwined handles above a vine leaf and grape frieze, the body decorated with busts, torches and a lion’s pelt on a stiff leaf base and a beaded socle. A George III mahogany bracket clock by Eardley Norton, the twin fusee eight day movement striking on a bell, with four turned pillars, the backplate inscribed ‘Eardley Norton, London’, the part silvered and brass dial signed and with two subsidiary dials, one for strike/silent, with date aperture, the chapter ring engraved with Roman and Arabic numerals, with pierced spandrels, the bell top case with turned finials, with brass side carrying handles above glazed panels, with fluted quarter pilasters and on brass bracket feet. A Regency rosewood, ebony and brass inlaid side cabinet attributed to George Oakley, the raised back with a three quarter gilt brass gallery with two graduated shelves with anthemion and scrolling foliage supports, the inverted breakfront base inlaid with an oak leaf and acorn band above a pair of mirrored doors enclosing a shelf, with further inlaid ebony bands of stars, lattice work and a stylized Vitruvian scroll, flanked by giltwood and gesso leaf capped scroll volutes terminating in carved paw feet. A George III Irish giltwood overmantel mirror attributed to Francis & John Booker, with three rectangular plates divided by columns in a leaf, rocaille and ‘C’ scroll frame, the surmount with rusticated arches with a central building flanked by conforming pedestals. A square-shape diamond single-stone ring with square-shape diamond line shoulders and an 18ct gold brilliant-cut diamond seven-stone ring. A mid 20th century platinum and 18ct gold diamond cluster ring. The circular-cut diamond, within a rose-cut diamond double surround, to the plain band. A citrine and paste dress ring. The circular-shape citrine and colourless paste clusters, to the similarly-set colourless paste asymmetric sides. An early 20th century 18ct gold aquamarine and diamond three-stone ring. The graduated oval-shape aquamarine line, with old-cut diamond double spacers, to the plain band. A set of ruby and diamond floral necklace. The pendant designed as a circular-shape ruby within a brilliant-cut diamond border suspended from an 18ct gold chain. An Irish mahogany silver / tea table, the dished top above a shaped frieze carved with ‘C’ scrolls and leaves, on acanthus carved cabriole legs and claw and ball feet. An early George III Irish giltwood girandole, with a pair of sconces with scrolling branch arms with ‘C’ scrolls and rocaille with a vine leaf and grape surmount above a mirrored back, the base with a carved fox. A George II Irish mahogany games table, the hinged top with protruding corners revealing a baize lined surface with candle-stands and counter wells, above inlaid chequer and backgammon boards, with a hinged compartment on a ratchet revealing a hinged backgammon frame, on shell capped cabriole legs and faceted pad feet, on a single gate support. A George III Irish mahogany silver / tea table, the dished top above a plain frieze with shaped ends, on cabriole legs and faceted pad feet. An Irish mahogany centre table, the moulded edged top above a carved frieze with leaves, eagles’ heads and flowers on acanthus capped cabriole legs and paw feet. A George II Irish mahogany side table, the later moulded edged top above a frieze centred a shell, on cabriole legs carved with shells and on faceted pad feet. An 18ct gold diamond dress ring. The square-shape diamond quatrefoil, with graduated brilliant-cut diamond line sides, to the tapered band. A selection of three 9ct gold gem-set dress rings. To include a pear-shape amethyst and blue topaz crossover ring, a peridot and white sapphire ring, together with a pear and rectangular-shape amethyst three-stone ring. A sapphire and diamond floral cluster ring. The brilliant-cut diamond, within a circular-shape sapphire surround, with brilliant-cut diamond highlights. An 18ct gold diamond single-stone ring. The brilliant-cut diamond, to the similarly-cut diamond sides and tapered band. A mid 19th century foil back topaz cross brooch. The circular and oval-shape foil back topaz cross, to the spiral bar. Similar Posts: