We offer probate valuation service in all County Durham areas including – Hamsterley Hardwick Harelaw Harperley Harrowgate Hill Hart Hartburn Hartlepool Harwood Haswell Haswell Moor Haswell Plough Haughton-le-Skerne Haverton Hill Hawthorn Headlam Healeyfield Hedley Hill 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 necklace made with black velvet ribbon, in the centre cross pendant made in tricot and decorated with blue enamel. A ring band made like a tricot, the Centre marquise-cut ruby, embellished with old-cut diamonds. A brooch designed as a half moon with green stones, small pendant watch, in front flowers embellished with rose-cut diamonds and small pearl, dial with Arabic numerals, manual winding. A pair of 19th century Minton pate-sur-pate type wine ewers, date cypher for 1868, decorated with Bacchanalian masks, ivy garlands and putti, the handles formed as mermaids, impressed marks. A long necklace with drop medallion in micro beads entirely embellished with micro-pearls and rubies, pair of dangling earrings en suite . A red-legged partridge mounted upon a rockwork base with moss, ferns and grasses with remnants of an old label verso inscribed October 3rd 1898. A Short-eared owl perched on a stump with ferns and grasses, the rockwork and gravel base with yellow wagtail, cased. A Kingfisher perched upon a lichen covered branch decorated with ferns and grasses, mounted within a five glass wall hanging picture case. A tawny owl and greenfinch, each perched upon a lichen covered branch, the rockwork base with starling, ferns and grasses, within a three glass case. An 18 Carat Gold Set Diamond and Sapphire Cluster Ring with flower head setting, Fully hallmarked. 18 carat Yellow Gold Set Single Stone Diamond Ring. the faceted natural zircon of excellent colour & clarity. Set with diamond shoulders. Marked 18ct. Est weight over 3 carats. Tanzanite and Diamond Drop Earrings, each earring comprising an octagon cut solitaire of rich blue tanzanite with flashes of violet, suspended on a strand of small round cut diamonds, beneath two diamond studded leaves holding a round larger diamond. A Rose de France Amethyst Five Stone Ring, 4 carats of Rose de France amethyst spread over five oval cut stones, set in a row, in rose gold vermeil and silver. A pair of Dresden porcelain figures of a lady and gentleman picking flowers, together with a pair of Sitzendorf porcelain figures of a lady and gentleman dancing. A Davenport porcelain scalloped dish in green, gilt and floral design, together with a similar inkwell and quill stand. A pair of Continental porcelain wall brackets depicting scenes of lovers, with yellow and pink scrollwork and gilt embellishment. A Japanese Satsuma pottery bottle with stopper, ovoid shape, decorated with chrysanthemums, with overlaid decoration to the top of the bottle in irregular brightly coloured strips. A late 19th Century Minton majolica claret jug with plated handle and cover, the body moulded with waterlily leaves and flowers. An Edwardian Minton secessionist vase with flared rim, tube-lined decoration on turquoise and green glazed ground, impressed and printed marks. A contemporary Minton wavy rimmed two-handled planter decorated with spring flora, a pair of Minton Haddon Hall pedestal posy bowls and an Aynsley reproduction ‘Pembroke’ two-handled vase and cover. Similar Posts: