We offer probate valuation service in all Nottinghamshire areas including – Kirkby in Ashfield East Retford Mansfield Woodhouse Selston-Underwood-Brimsley Kimberley 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 18th Century oak low dresser, with later elements, the rectangular top made of three planks and moulded edge, with three geometric moulded drawers, turned front legs and rectangular section rear legs. An early 20th century oak Arts & Crafts style cupboard, the moulded cornice above two panelled doors, the lock with wrought iron key, opening to a plain interior fitted with nine brass coat pegs formed as the coat of arms of Perth, raised on a plinth. An 18ct gold diamond single-stone ring. The rectangular-shape diamond, to the plain band. Diamond weight 0.50ct, stamped to band. An emerald and diamond three stone ring, the central oval emerald flanked by a brilliant cut diamond to either side, all set in white gold to the plain 18ct yellow gold hoop, weight 2.6gms. A gentleman’s 9ct gold Rotary wristwatch, with gilt metal fixo-flex strap. An 1827 George IV gold Sovereign, bald head with crown topped shield, 7.8gms. A white metal and zinc water cooling flask, Northern Indian, late 19th/ early 20th century, the body of globular form, with an elongated neck and domed and lobed lid, with reeded and leaf decoration to the spout. A diamond, cultured pearl and enamel ring. The cultured pearl and single-cut diamond floral motif, to the blue guilloche enamel oval-shape panel, blue enamel surround and shoulders. An Accurist Shockmaster 9ct gold wristwatch, the circular champagne dial with batons and date aperture and attached gold plated strap, total weight 50.2gms A late 17th Century oak coffer, the rectangular hinged top enclosing storage space and a candle box, the geometric panel front raised on block supports. A brass and black lacquer inlaid hookah base, late 18th/19th century, decorated to the bell form body with bands of flowers and bands of boteh between flowering branches. An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond three-stone ring. The oval-shape sapphire, with triangular-shape diamond sides, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct. A pair of early 20th century mahogany Cockpen elbow chairs, with concave upholstered seats. A 19th century Chinese dark wood and silk work screen, the detachable upper panel set with a silk work panel depicting bamboo, birds and butterflies within a foliate carved surround, under a carved and pierced surmount with central Shou character flanked by dragons, on a relief carved stand decorated with fruit and foliage, resting on scrolling trestle ends. A pair of Indian bronze ring handled mounts, 18th century, possibly for a door or vessel, modelled as leopard heads with wide eyes, the shoulders overall moulded with branches and leaves. An Austrian patinated and coloured spelter model of a Turkish street vendor, late 19th/early 20th century, modelled wearing a fez and robe, holding a pair of shears. A vintage West Persian area rug, with a red field, three medallions and club pattern against double borders. A George I oak single chair, the arched back with a lyre splat, drop in seat above ribbon carved cabriole legs and toe pad feet. An 18th Century brass and copper tobacco box, decorated with a harbour scene with sailing ships and entitled Dart and with a coat of arms. An early 20th century 9ct gold amethyst fringe necklace. Designed as a graduated series of circular-shape amethyst collets, suspended from a trace-link chain, to the barrel clasp. Similar Posts: