We offer probate valuation service in all County Durham areas including – East Kyo East Law East Stanley Eastbourne Eastgate Ebchester Eden Vale Edmondsley Edmundbyers Egglesburn Egglescliffe Eggleston Eldon Eldon Lane Elstob Elton Elwick Embleton Escomb Esh 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. An Antique Natural Salt Water Pearl Decorated Diamond and Sapphire Decorated 9 carat Gold Brooch. Sprung bangles of brick link style with spherical terminals. Rose gold with white and yellow gold terminals, yellow gold with white and yellow terminals, matte white gold with white gold terminals. A Victorian Stuffed Parrot in Gilt Decorated Glazed Case 18 Inches High x 15 Inches Wide. An Antique Fire Fly Motif Brooch Decorated with Rubies Sapphires and Diamonds Set Upon 9 carat base. An antique bracelet, baguette cut natural blue sapphire, yellow gold links joined by arched white gold diamond links, sapphires approx. 12.0 carats. Very fine brooch depicting Roman floral bouquet micro mosaic on black ground, 18k gold mount; Deeply carved Sardonyx cameo of a man with oak laurel and pelt, 10k gold mount. Revival style earrings with conical drops, shepherd’s hook backs and gold mounted circular brooch with antique Italian beetle micro mosaics. 20th c. mounts. Earrings stamped 750 with unidentified makers mark, brooch pin stamped with illegible European gold control mark. Semi-rigid hinged bracelet. Central gold cartouche flanked by reclining semi nude female figures the openwork and chased strap with vegetal motifs. Realistic applied floral garland of four color gold and platinum. French import mark for 18k and silver. Yellow and white 18k gold toy soldier brooch with diamond accented eyes, hat; Blue and white enamelled beetle brooch with white gold and diamond accent; Stylised plume jabot pin with oval cabochon ruby and white gold and diamond accents. A Chinese Canton export ivory rectangular card case, mid-19th Century, carved in high relief with village scenes of figures, trees and pavilions, within dragon borders, together with two other export ivory rectangular card cases, each side carved in relief with two shaped panels depicting village scenes. A Chinese Canton export ivory rectangular card case, mid-19th Century, carved in relief with village scenes of figures, trees and pavilions. A Chinese carpet, mid-20th Century, the ivory field with a lobed medallion supported by foliate scrolls and palmettes, within a complimentary border. An Afghan Ziegler style rug, modern, the ivory field with overall palmettes and flowering vines, within a complimentary border. An Indian miniature oval watercolour on ivory, late 19th Century, depicting a view of the Taj Mahal, approx 3.8cm x 4.2cm, within a carved hardwood frame. A Chinese Canton export ivory tusk carving, mid-19th Century, profusely carved and pierced overall with birds and foliage, the point with perched bird terminal, length approx 33cm, together with a hardwood stand. A Japanese shibayama inlaid ivory tusk paperweight, Meiji period, finely inlaid and lacquered with a battle between frogs and crabs, on a rectangular base decorated with flowers and grasses. A Burmese white metal mounted ivory tusk box and cover, early 20th Century, the tusk section carved in high relief with a continuous figural scene, fitted with an embossed silver cover and silver base, height approx 10cm, with wood stand. An early 20th century Royal Worcester blush ivory vase with floral and gilt heightened decoration, bearing puce mark to underside dating to 1903. A Derbend rug, Caucasian, with a madder and two indigo vertical panels with stylised flowering plants, birds a walnut flowerhead and leaf border. A Turkman pictorial rug, the black field with two matching panels of a seated man and a lady musician, with trees, birds and motifs, a double flowerhead border. Similar Posts: