In a recent probate valuation in Reading, Berkshire our probate valuers list includes a fine mahogany Georgian cabinet on chest
Georgian Bowfront Chest Valued For Pobate
Avery Associates are regularly instructed to carry out probate valuation in Berkshire and it was during the valuation of chattels in Arborfield Road RG2 9EA Reading that the good Bow front chest was valued. We have also carried out probate valuation in Caversham, Coley, Emmer Green, Hurst, Southcote, Whitley and Whitley Wood, but it was during the probate vauation of house contents in Reading that the cabinet was inspected.
About The Georgian Period In History
The Georgian period, so named after the first four King Georges, lasted from about 1714 to 1820. A few of the period’s most influential furniture designers were Thomas Sheraton and George Hepplewhite (whose first name is coincidental). Contemporary furniture styles included the French Régence, Directoire and the internationally adopted Empire style (known in German-speaking nations as Biedermeier style and in England as Regency).
A Valuation For Probate Purposes Of Around £2000
The remainder of the contents were general and of a modest value so the total valuation was less than £2000 and with the estate subject to IHT this meant an added tax liability of around £800. Our RICS probate valuation will ensure that the chattels are not under or overvalued.
Accurate Valuation For Inheritance Tax
To reduce risk and avoid the possibilities of Inheritance Tax Investigation call Avery Associates for an accurate and professional RICS probate valuation in Berkshire – Call 0800 567 7769