We offer probate valuation service in all Worcestershire areas including – Witley Hagley Hanley Castle Hartlebury Harvington Hollywood Honeybourne Kemerton Kempsey Kidderminster Kinlet Knightwick Little Malvern 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 20th Century American mahogany glazed display cabinet, brass strung and inlaid, the interior lined with moire silk with adjustable glass shelves. A silver two-branch candelabra with removable sconces and fluted decoration. A Victorian gold oval brooch with fruiting vines, later shell cameo. A George III style mahogany serpentine sideboard, satinwood banded with ebony and boxwood stringing, the top with gilt brass back rail with urn finials above a central drawer, flanked by a deep cellaret drawer and cupboard with dummy fronts, on square tapering legs with spade feet. A pair of ruby and diamond set half hoop earrings, in yellow and white metal setting, fasteners tamped 585. A late 19th Century Henry II style light oak side cabinet, the top with moulded edge above two short drawers and a pair of panelled cupboard doors enclosing shelves, on bun feet. An Edwardian walnut letter rack, sloping hinged doors enclosing a well fitted interior above a secret drawer, brass escutcheon. An 18 carat gold five stone sapphire and diamond claw set dress ring. A Victorian swing handle footed sweetmeat basket of navette form, hallmarked London 1885 by maker George Maudsley Jackson, with bright cut decoration and beading to handle. A Silver & enamelled hand mirror with floral decoration, Hallmarked Birmingham 1958. A pair of late Victorian silver mounted, cut glass cologne/scent bottles with glass stoppers, hallmarked Birmingham 1899. A 9 carat gold and amethyst dress ring, the rectangular stone with facet cut and claw set. A Victorian mahogany bookcase, the upper section with detachable projecting cornice above a pair of arched glazed doors, enclosing adjustable shelves flanked by a pair of engaged half round pilasters, the base with a long drawer above a pair of arched panelled cupboard doors, on plinth base. An Edwardian silver lighthouse shaped muffineer, hallmarked London 1907 by makers Walter, Michael, John and Stanley Barnard. An early Victorian silver basket with embossed swag and bow decoration, with a beaded rim and handle, hallmarked Sheffield 1843 by makers Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall. An inlaid marquetry ormolu mounted cabinet, pagoda top with raised gallery, single beaded and shaped glazed door, conforming glazed sides, enclosing three velvet lined shelves, on cabriole legs. An Italian glass lidded bonbon jar, with gilded jeweling and transfer decoration. A 9ct gold curb bracelet with seven half sovereigns, each with 9ct gold loose mounts. A late 19th century 15ct gold split pearl brooch, the split pearl star set to the oval-shape panel within a bead accent scalloped surround. A pair of 9 carat gold diamond and garnet earrings, with rectangular baguette stone to centre within a surround of twelve diamonds. Similar Posts: