We offer probate valuation service in all Derbyshire areas including – Normanton-Pinxton Bolsover Matlock Shirebrook Killamarsh New Mills Clowne Chapel-en-Le-Frith Wingerworth West Hallam Borrowash 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 Victorian silver-plated kitchen nutmeg grater, with shell and foliate handle and two hinged D-shaped covers. A late 19th century Royal Copenhagen twin handled bowl, the bowl with pierced design, and painted with gilt and flowers, raised on four organic feet. A late 19th century split pearl and paste photograph pendant, the circular-shape glazed photograph compartment, within a graduated split pearl surround, suspended from a split pearl and foil-back paste bow surmount. A Continental silver casket, the hinged cover with embossed decoration of a Cavalier, the sides with embossed decoration of flowers and scrolling foliage, raised on four foliate and scroll cast supports. A Victorian rosewood bronze mounted tea caddy of bombe sarcophagus form, the twin lidded interior with original glass bowl on lions paw feet. An Indian Kashmiri wool and silk rug, decorated with foliate design to centre, fringed. A 9 carat yellow gold and cameo ring, together with a 9 carat yellow gold and cameo pendant suspended on a 9 carat yellow gold chain. A Chinese Ming style blue and white shallow bowl, decorated with scholars in a courtyard scene, bears mark to base. A diamond and gem-set butterfly pendant, the oval opal cabochon and tiger’s eye body, with circular-shape red-gem eyes and antennae, to the vari-cut diamond and circular-shape emerald and ruby wings. Estimated total diamond weight 1.80 carats. A Chinese soapstone altar piece, with lid, having twin phoenix handles, the body carved with dragons and masks, the lid having a dog of Fo finial. A Qum carpet with multi-medallions, having a traditional foliate design, multi-bordered and fringed. A Turkish red ground runner rug, decorated with stylised flower head medallions to the centre within geometric borders, fringed. A 9 carat white gold and amethyst cocktail ring, set round cut faceted amethyst, the wrythen shoulders set with diamond accents. An early 20th century 15 carat gold peridot and split pearl pendant of openwork design, the seed and split pearl flower, with split pearl foliate sides and scrolling surround, suspending a pear-shape peridot drop. A 19th century gilt metal and onyx clock garniture, the clock of architectural form, having an Arabic enamelled dial, flanked by gilt Corinthian columns, raised on a plinth base, flanked by a pair of architectural porticos mounted with figures of knights. A yellow metal and amethyst bracelet, set faceted amethyst beads interspersed with yellow metal beads, the clasp stamped 375. A pair of early 20th century silver plated Corinthian column candlesticks, with detachable drip pans. An 18 carat gold Colombian emerald and diamond three-stone ring, the oval-shape Colombian emerald, with triangular-shape diamond sides. Estimated Colombian emerald weight 0.90ct. Estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct. Hallmarks for Sheffield. A late 19th century Indian silver four piece tea set, comprising a pear-shaped teapot and cover, twin handled sugar bowl, milk jug and trefoil tray, all decorated with leaf-shaped panels of embossed flowers and foliage, each with cobra-shaped handles, the tray decorated with panels of flowers and foliage within entwined borders. A pair of Meissen style porcelain urn shaped vases with pierced and moulded decoration, each with twin handles and encrusted with flowers, painted reserves of figures in a garden. Similar Posts: