We offer probate valuation service in all Cambridgeshire areas including – Broughton Buckden Burwell Cambridge Catworth Chatteris Chesterton Colne Comberton Conington Cottenham Crowland Deeping St James Doddington Dry Drayton Duxford 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 early 19th Century elm East Anglian bar back open elbow chair, with three ball mid rail, downswept scroll arms on turned supports and dipped seat, on square chamfered legs united by outer stretchers. A Chinese late 19th century shouldered spherical vase with elongated neck, having imperial yellow ground, decorated with twin dragons chasing a flaming pearl. Bears a six character mark to base, and on a carved wooden stand. A Regency black japanned tea caddy of sarcophagus shape, ornately painted to each surface with fruit, flowers, stylised foliage and Asiatic pheasants, with gilt metal ring handles and feet, the interior with three fabric covered compartments. A tubular jar with lattice and roses to body and leaves to the base, with rose bud knop handle. A modern gilt chinoiserie and black lacquer low rectangular coffee table, with two drawers. A Moorcroft Moonlit Blue vase of ovoid form, with impressed marks to base and painted signature. An early 20th century mahogany and brass three tier etagere, with four ball finials, cylindrical supports and casters. A late 20th Century mahogany cased barograph, with lacquered brass mechanism and recording drum, detailed ‘Harrods’, the glazed cover above a single drawer. A pair of Victorian silver cruets, each fitted with a pepper and mustard of coopered barrel form, within a wirework frame with scroll handle and turned baluster supports, the bifoil base on bun feet, the front with an applied oval plaque, engraved with a crest of a crowned stag’s head, London 1877. A Queen Anne black lacquered easel mirror, of cartouche shape with gilt chinoiserie decoration. A William IV mahogany Bergere library chair, with scroll carved top rail and foliate carved arms, the later cane work back and seat with brown leatherette cushion, raised on reeded tapered cylindrical supports with brass cups. A George III mahogany cutlery box, with two lidded compartments within turned ends. A silver cigarette case hallmarked Birmingham 1941 by maker Henry Perkins, the front with image of greyhound racing within an engine turned border and back. A continental 800 silver covered box of rounded rectangular form, decorated all over with floral and foliate repousse work, stamped to underside 800. A pair of silver novelty pepper casters, each modelled as a hunting horn, Sheffield 1936. A 19th century Continental mahogany and marquetry escritoire, the rectangular top above a concave frieze drawer and hinged fall front, opening to a fitted interior of small cupboard door and six small drawers, over a pair of panelled cupboard doors, raised on bracket feet. A George III mahogany upholstered wing back armchair, with serpentine back, shaped wings, scroll arms and cushion seat, on moulded and chamfered forelegs united by an H stretcher. A late 20th Century French silver claret jug, the urn shaped body decorated in relief with an anthemion band beneath a spout, with beaded rim and a foliate capped scroll handle, on a circular foot with anthemion border. A pair of electroplated table candlesticks of Neoclassical form, fluted Corinthian columns, decorated to the bases with swags, ribbons and stylised leaf bands, on raised square bases. A Victorian silver lidded pot with embossed decoration and gilt wash interior, hallmarked London 1887. Similar Posts: