We offer probate valuation service in all Staffordshire areas including – Kidsgrove Lichfield Rugeley Great Wyrley Leek Biddulph Longton Uttoxeter Codsall Fazeley Penkridge Norton Canes 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. A Japanese Kutani Koro with a temple Lion finial, decorated with floral panels on a red and gold ground, raised on three legs. A 9ct gold and diamond heart pendant, the two colour heart pendant set on one side with single cuts, on a fine gold chain. A famille rose bottle vase, the waisted neck and compressed spherical body painted with a continuous island scene with figures on boats and on a bridge passing between. A Chinese lacquered, carved and pierced circular mirror and stand carved with bats, deer and figures in a landscape. A 1940s Omega gentleman’s stainless steel wristwatch, the cream dial with Arabic numerals and blued steel spade hands. A Minton china nautilus shell design vase, decorated in tones of brown and cream, on a moulded, entwined dolphin and seaweed column and an oval, domed base bears impressed marks. An early 20th century Meissen circular shallow bowl, a hand painted central floral design with navy and gilt border over a cream ground, blue crossed sword mark to base. A small amount of silver jewellery, including a silver chain bracelet, a silver chip stone and imitation pearl necklace, with a pair of silver butterfly earrings with another pair. A small Art Nouveau manner, hallmarked silver photograph frame embossed with flying geese and scrolling flower heads, Birmingham 1995. A Chinese doucai porcelain bowl, decorated with vignettes of dragons, bears Yongzheng style mark to base. A pair of Newhall porcelain coffee cans, decorated with songbirds among flowers and foliage and highlighted in gilt. A famille rose tea bowl, six character mark of Chenghua in blue, the exterior painted with a stag, lingzhih and an iron red bat flying below a pine tree by a waterfall, the rim with a gilt line. A pair of Royal Worcester blush ivory glazed porcelain, wrythen moulded and bulbous bottle vases, having long, flared necks and bead moulded ornament, decorated with floral sprigs and gilding, bearing printed puce coloured marks. A three stone champagne diamond ring, the three graduated brilliants to a 9ct gold shank. A Chinese polychrome baluster shaped vase, decorated with figures in a garden setting, bearing Qianlong seal mark. A pair of Chinese Gu shaped porcelain vases, decorated with with clouds and bamboo, and having panels depicting figures in lakeside scenes and pagodas in mountainous landscapes, bear six character Kangxi style marks to base. A Victorian green glass lustre, the shaped top painted in enamel with prismatic crystal droplets. A mutton jade gold mounted bracelet, composed of graduated rectangular links, the central stone mounted with a pierced gold panel depicting birds amongst foliage. A large Japanese bronze vase with globular body and a tor neck, decorated in relief with birds and plum blossom. An early 20th Century moulded china nautilus shell design spoon warmer, mounted in silver plate with a hinged lid, on a naturalistic oval base, variously decorated with coral and seaweed. Similar Posts: