We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including– Newmarket Heversham Holmrook Ings Irthington Irton Kendal Keswick Kirkbride Lamplugh Langdale Lindal 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 9ct gold paste and sapphire crossover ring. The alternating circular-shape sapphire and colourless paste line, to the crossover sides. A selection of three 9ct gold dress rings. To include a 1970s tiger’s eye bead and textured sphere cluster ring, a black onyx flower dress ring and a stylised rose dress ring. Two gem-set and diamond dress rings. To include a 9ct gold pear-shape tanzanite and single-cut diamond illusion ring, together with a pinkish-red gem and brilliant-cut diamond cluster ring. A gold ruby and diamond brooch. Of openwork design, the circular-shape ruby and single-cut diamond floral sides, within a similarly-set scrolling foliate surround. Estimated total diamond weight 0.15ct. A George II walnut and marquetry tea chest, inlaid with barber’s pole stringing and specimen wood chevron banding, the front with a floral marquetry panel, with a cast brass handle, the interior with a single lift-out canister, with lid. A George III mahogany bombe shaped tea caddy, with a silver swing handle, escutcheon and claw and ball feet, with a vacant interior. Two George III mahogany knife boxes, one with a matrix to its interior and with side carrying handles, the other with a vacant interior. A pair of George III mahogany knife boxes, each inlaid with barber’s pole stringing and kingwood banding, the sloping lid inlaid a marquetry patera, the interior with a parquetry star above a matrix with thirty-seven apertures. A Victorian hallmarked silver vinaigrette of shaped rectangular form with overall engine turned decoration, with scroll motifs to borders, centred with an oval vacant cartouche to the hinged lid enclosing a gilt interior with pierced scroll grill. A mid 18th century kingwood dressing box, inlaid with stringing, the cross banded hinged lid with quarter veneers revealing a vacant interior, with a pair of cast pagoda and fret-work brass handles and a rococo escutcheon. A George II gilt copper snuff box, the hinged lid finely engraved with the arms of Asgill within a cartouche decorated with a sphinx crest and female terms. An 18th century gilt brass étui, with finely engraved decoration of scrolling leaves and cartouches on a sanded ground, the base with a tamper or seal. An 18th century gilt brass toothpick box, with finely engraved decoration of scrolling leaves, the base with a crowned bearded male mask. A massive George III Irish Waterford cut glass vase and cover, the bell shaped cover with a ball finial above a part faceted and diamond cut body, above a silver rim with lion’s mask ring handles, above a conforming base, with vertical faceting and a band of diamond cutting, on a square foot with a silver mount. A mahogany tripod table, the tilt-top with a pie crust moulded edge revolving on a birdcage, on a turned stem with a reeded urn, on cabriole legs. A George III mahogany and satinwood chaise lounge, upholstered with watered silk and with two bolsters, the scroll arm inlaid with a patera, on square tapering legs and brass castors. A George III mahogany and satinwood bow front sideboard, inlaid with stringing and with kingwood banding, with a central drawer flanked by two deep drawers. Five George III mahogany dining chairs, comprising: a pair carved with Prince of Wales’ plumes to the top rail and three carved with foliage, all with drop-in seats. A George III mahogany dressing table in Chippendale style, the twin hinged top revealing a sliding ratcheted mirror flanked by divisions above a pair of cupboard doors with outline mouldings, the part concave reverse with false drawer fronts, the sides each with a drawer on chamfered legs and block feet. A George III mahogany serpentine commode, with kingwood banding, the crossbanded top with an oval panel above four long drawers, the top drawer with a baize lined slide and with divisions. Similar Posts: