We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Greater Manchester areas including– Oldham Openshaw Pendlebury Platt Bridge Prestwich Radcliffe Rochdale Romiley Royton Rusholme 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 American mid 19th century 18ct gold aquamarine brooch. The oval-shape aquamarine, within a scrolling border. An aquamarine and diamond cluster ring. The oval-shape aquamarine, within a circular-cut diamond scalloped surround, to the plain band. A pair of French porcelain vases in the Sèvres manner: of cartouche foliate moulded profile set on a square foot, each decorated with a rectangular panel with a naked young lover approached by a near naked boy with a casket of jewels and another in monk’s habit castigating a pair of doves, and verso with panels of flowers and fruit, reserved on a turquoise ground embellished with raised and tooled gilding and jeweling. A late 19th century 18ct gold lapis lazuli and seed pearl pendant. The lapis lazuli cabochon and seed pearl cluster, within a similarly-set petal border and scrolling surmount. A mid 20th century diamond brooch. Of openwork design, the circular-cut diamond bow, suspending a similarly-cut diamond articulated drop, within a vari-cut diamond foliate wreath surround. Estimated total diamond weight 4.50cts. An 18ct gold ruby and diamond flexible cuff. The front set with two circular-shape ruby terminals, with brilliant-cut diamond accents, to the grooved bangle. A pair of 18ct gold diamond ear pendants. Each designed as a brilliant-cut diamond pear-shape cluster drop, to the removable brilliant-cut diamond floral ear stud. An early 20th century 14ct gold moonstone and sapphire dress ring. Of geometric design, the oval moonstone cabochon, with circular-shape sapphire openwork surround, to the trifurcated shoulders and foliate engraved band. An 18ct gold ruby and diamond brooch. The alternating graduated circular-shape ruby and brilliant-cut diamond diamond scalloped crescent line, with tapered terminals. An aquamarine, ruby and diamond dress ring. The oval-shape aquamarine, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to the similar-cut diamond and tapered baguette-cut ruby line shoulders. A tanzanite and diamond cluster ring. The rectangular-shape tanzanite, within a brilliant and old-cut diamond surround, to the trifurcated shoulders and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.90ct. A pair of mabe pearl ear clips. Each designed as a mabe pearl, measuring 19mms, within an openwork foliate surround. A pair of yellow gem floral ear pendant. Each designed as a circular and pear-shape yellow gem floral drop, to the oval-shape surmount. A pair of aquamarine and diamond cluster earrings. Each of bi-colour design, the pear-shape aquamarine, within a brilliant-cut diamond scalloped surround, suspended from a similarly-cut diamond collet surmount. Estimated total diamond weight 2.50cts. A late 19th century quartz and synthetic ruby brooch. The oval-shape dendritic quartz cabochon, within a square-shape synthetic ruby surround. A mid 19th century silver and gold diamond pendant. The rose-cut diamond halo, with rose-cut diamond fringe accents, to the old and rose-cut diamond bow surmount. Estimated old-cut diamond total weight 0.70ct. A pair of sapphire and diamond ear studs. Each designed as a flower, with brilliant-cut diamond centre, to the vari-shade circular-shape blue sapphire petal surround. Estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct. A diamond floral spray brooch. Designed as flower, bud and foliate details gathered by a ribbon, set throughout with brilliant and single-cut diamonds. Estimated total diamond weight 1.75cts. A silver Chrismatory container, unmarked, probably Spanish / Spanish Colonial, modelled as two joined cylindrical pots with hinged covers. A pair of 20th century South American stirrups, each of conventional form with an oval ring attachment and foliage decoration. Similar Posts: