We offer probate valuation service in all London areas including – Crook Log Crossness Crouch End Croydon Crystal Palace Cubitt Town Cudham Custom House Dagenham Dalston Dartmouth Park De Beauvoir Town Denmark Hill Deptford Dollis Hill Downe Downham Dulwich Ealing Earls Court Earlsfield 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 early 20th Century hallmarked 18 carat Gold Ring, claw set with three oval Opals, interspersed by four small Rose Cut Diamonds. A late Victorian hallmarked 15 carat Gold Bar Brooch in Etruscan style with leaf detail, the raised centre featuring a small Rose Cut Diamond, a further 15 carat Gold example and another 15 carat Gold Bar Brooch with Seed Pearl set scrolled centre. A hallmarked 9 carat gold pearl and two small diamond ring, a late 20th century 9 carat gold cluster ring with centre oval blue stone surrounded by small variously cut diamonds, a 9 carat gold eternity ring set with small square cut blue sapphires and small cut diamonds. A small collection of jewellery to include two 9 carat gold rings, a cufflink, an initial pendants, an enamelled pin, a small dragonfly brooch, a pendant depicting the Parthenon and four studs. An Edwardian gold fringe necklace with seven tear drop graduated opals and tiny rubies. A Victorian Silver ‘lipstick’ scent by Deakin & Francis with original inner stopper and original fitted case retailed Mappin & Webb. A Victorian Pietra Dura brooch in yellow metal mount, together with a pair of continental turquoise mounted earrings. A silver teapot, globular, with chased band of scallops, flower heads and scrolls, with fluted spout upon moulded foot, by Charles Dickson. A Chinese Ovoid Peking Glass Snuff Bottle, the blue peking glass snuff bottle carved with a lotus flower to the base with the petals rising half way up the ovoid body, with filigree brass top, turquoise finial and spoon. A Chinese Streaked Glass Snuff Bottle. The clear glass snuff bottle with orange and purple streaks around the body, with a tiger eye stone top in metal chain link border, stopper and spoon. A Chinese Peking Glass Overlay Snuff Bottle. The five colour overlay snuff bottle carved through blue, orange, yellow, green and pink overlay to the bubble suffused clear glass ground to show a goldfish swimming toward a lotus plant opposite birds and dragonflies. A Chinese Blue Peking Glass Snuff Bottle 18th-19th century. The snuff bottle of vase form, with white and black glass overlay to depict two wise men under a pine tree and in front of mountains in the distance, on a circular foot ring. An Imperial Yellow Peking Glass Snuff Bottle, Late 19th/early 20th century, Qing dynasty. The imperial yellow snuff bottle of flattened round form, with shoulders surmounted by taotie masks holding rings on opposing sides, resting on a raised oval foot ring. A Chinese Carved Beeswax Broach The beeswax brooch with gold plated sterling silver mount and pin back, the beeswax carved to show a floral motif matching the mount, marked sterling silver. A Pair of White Peking Glass Jars with Green 19th century, Qing dynasty. The pair of white glass ginger jars of squat ovoid form with short, narrow necks and domed covers, all with green overlay, the bodies decorated with a phoenix perched on peony branches and song. A Silver and Porcelain Chinese Box The box with a painted porcelain top to show a woman and three children in an indoor garden, with silver casing and base decorated with repousse scrollwork to the borders. A Pair of Chinese Lacquer Cinnabar Vases The vases with scrolling tendrils to the neck and shoulders, the bodies each decorated with a sinuous dragon chasing the flaming pearl. A pair of 19th Century French Empire style mahogany framed armchairs with applied gilt metal swan, mask and anthemion mounts, the seats and backs upholstered in light green cotton, the downswept front legs terminating in cast gilt metal claw feet. A pair of 18th Century Rococo period white painted and gilt show frame open armchairs, the oval backs above serpentine fronted seats, flanked by carved scrolling arms, raised on slender cabriole legs. A George III mahogany drum top library table, the circular top with an ebony line inlaid border above an arrangement of four drawers alternating with dummy drawers, raised on a ring turned stem and four downswept scrolling legs terminating in castors. Similar Posts: