We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Lancashire areas including – Aughton Austwick Bacup Barnoldswick Barrow Barton Belmont Bickerstaffe Bispham Blackburn Blacko Blackpool Bolton Bolton Le Sands Brinscall 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. A sapphire, split pearl and cultured pearl pendant. The oval-shape pink sapphire and sapphire, within a split pearl openwork surround, with cultured pearl highlights and drop, to the trace-link chain. A 14ct gold diamond band ring. The brilliant-cut diamond collet, with similarly-cut diamond sides, to the rope-twist edges and tapered. A pair of mid 20th century coral and diamond earrings. Each designed as a coral bead, within a brilliant-cut diamond bark effect surround. Estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct. A pair of 9ct gold sapphire and diamond floral cluster ear studs. Each designed as a circular-shape sapphire cluster, within a single-cut diamond scalloped surround. A 14ct gold gem-set turtle ring. Of vari-colour design, the articulated turtle, with a colourless cubic zirconia highlight body, and synthetic ruby eye detail. Hallmarks for Birmingham. A pair of 9ct gold sapphire and diamond ear studs. Each designed as a circular-shape sapphire quatrefoil, to the single-cut diamond square-shape surround. Estimated total diamond weight 0.15ct. An early 20th century gold moonstone, sapphire and diamond heart and bow brooch. The heart-shape moonstone, within a circular-shape sapphire surround, to the rose-cut diamond bow surmount. A pair of white metal silver 925 and cz stud earrings. The cushion cut stones with borders set on fret worked mount. A silver and ruby garnet stone ladies dress ring. Central cushion cut ruby garnet with baguette stones and round cut stones to the sides. A pair of George V silver circular bonbon dishes, each with pierced sides flanked by two scroll pierced tab handles. A silver caddy spoon, the shaped simulated basket weave bowl within a rope twist border forming an entwined rope twist handle. An Arts and Crafts style silver spoon with hammered fig shaped bowl, the handle with twisted and turned decoration and ball finial. A pair of late 19th Century German .800 silver pepper casters, each with a pierced domed cover above a baluster body, pierced and decorated in the classical taste with angels holding a floral garland uniting two quivers and a flower charged urn, on a stiff leaf decorated circular foot, fitted with clear glass liners. A William IV silver snuff box, of rectangular form with all-over reeded decoration and cast foliate thumb piece, the hinge lid with engraved inscription ‘Edward Lamb, as a token of regard to his friend Capt. Garnett’, Birmingham 1834. A Russian silver snuff box, of rounded rectangular form, the spring hinged lid engraved with a lady standing beside a fence, within zig-zag and strap work borders. An early 20th century large brass table vesta case in the form of a fly with hinged top to wings having striker to the verso. A George V silver and enamel vesta, of rectangular form with hinge lid, the front with enamelled panel painted with a coaching scene. An Edwardian silver sugar caster with pierced tapering cover and ball finial above cylindrical wirework body, on a circular foot fitted with a clear glass liner. A 19th Century Scottish silver mounted horn snuff mull, the hinge lid inset with a banded agate circular panel. An Edwardian silver cigar case of curved rectangular form, engraved with flowers and foliate scrolls, Birmingham 1901. Similar Posts: