We offer probate valuation service in all Cambridgeshire areas including – Sawston Sawtry Soham Somersham Southoe Spaldwick St Ives St Ives St Neots Stapleford Stilton Stoke Doyle Stretham Sutton Sutton Gault Thorney Tilbrook Toft 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. A Chinese doucai bowl decorated with scenes of children playing, bears a six character Chenghua style mark to base. A late 19th Century Chinese porcelain vase of cylindrical form, with flared neck decorated with a continuous scene of a nobleman and warriors, on a lemon glazed body. A 20th century Indian circular carved wooded plaque, possibly from a chair back, the centre with an elephant surrounded by stars and a wreath of leaves. A pair of silver sauce boats, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1921, of usual form with gadrooned border, leaf capped flying scroll handle, and three supports. A late Victorian silver circular two-handled bowl and cover of Neo-classical design, embossed with flower heads, swags and shell ornament, with pierced caryatid and scroll pattern handles, on circular foot rims. Chester 1896. A George III silver cape pattern tea pot by William Burwash & Richard Sibley, London 1807, with a button finial to the lobed dome centre cover, a loop handle, half lobed and on a plain foot. A pair of late Victorian silver candlesticks by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London 1900, the oval sconces with reeded borders, urn shaped capitals, fluted tapering stems and on fluted and reeded oval bases. A silver tapered-cylindrical coffee pot by Thomas Ducrow & Sons, Birmingham 1964, with a stepped domed cover, a composition scroll handle and a moulded foot. A Victorian silver caster, by Daniel & John Welby, London 1887, of embossed baluster form, with pierced pull off cover, on a spreading foot. A George III silver oval tea pot by William Vincent, London 1781, with an ivory final to the flat cover and a loop handle, beaded borders and engraved with an armorial, bows and wreaths. An Art Deco chrome mounted mahogany mantel clock, with square chapter ring. A rectangular silver and tortoiseshell photograph frame with hung wooden back strut, hallmarked Birmingham 1944. A Chinese mustard ground vase decorated with a green dragon, bears six character Qianlong style mark to base. A vintage 18ct gold platinum diamond and ruby ring. A Georgian silver teapot, circa 1821, of rounded rectangular outline, with embossed decoration, leaf covered spout, and claw bracket supports. A silver plated vesta case in the form of a bird. A 9 carat gold dress ring, finger size L1/2, 3g gross. A pair of Exeter silver knife rests, by Joseph Fulton of Bristol, circa 1850, cast as scrolls. A Georgian style silver three piece coffee set, comprising boxwood handled panelled coffee pot, baluster cream jug and sugar bowl, Aidie Brothers, Birmingham 1960. A George III silver cape pattern tea pot by Digby Scott & Benjamin Smith I, London 1806, with a turned wood finial and loop handle, a nulled rim, on a threaded collet foot. Similar Posts: