We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cumbria areas including– Broughton Great Langdale Great Strickland Great Urswick Greystoke Grizebeck Haverigg Haverthwaite Hawkshead Hensingham Hesket 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 selection of three diamond and gem-set rings. To include a 9ct gold ruby and diamond dress ring, a 9ct gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, together with a blue topaz and diamond floral cluster ring. Estimated total diamond weight 0.10ct. A pair of diamond ear pendants. Each designed as a graduated brilliant-cut diamond line, spaced along a knife-edge bar. Estimated total diamond weight 1.20cts. A pair of ruby floral ear studs. Each designed as a circular-shape ruby cluster, within a polished petal stepped double surround. A 9ct gold peridot cluster ring. The oval-shape peridot, within a single-cut diamond surround, to the tapered shoulders and plain band. Hallmarks for Birmingham. Two 9ct gold paste and gem-set rings. To include a pink sapphire and single-cut diamond dress ring, together with an oval-shape tanzanite and paste three-stone ring. Hallmarks for 9ct gold. Weight 3.6gms. A mid 20th century diamond crossover ring. The old-cut diamond collet duo, to the similarly-cut diamond asymmetric shoulders and plain band. Principal diamond estimated total weight 0.75ct. A late 19th century Italian bronze equestrian group of Marcus Aurelius, set on a bronze plinth inscribed with Latin text. A bronze model of Venus, holding a grape in her left hand with her lower body draped, on a circular plinth, possibly Italian. A late 19th century Grand Tour black marble model of an Egyptian obelisk, in two parts, decorated with hieroglyphics, the base with inscriptions,. A Regency mahogany sofa table, inlaid with boxwood stringing and with twin frieze drawers to either side, with an arched stretcher and splay legs, terminating in brass caps and castors. An early Victorian rosewood four tier shelving unit, the hinged top on a ratchet support, the base with a drawer on brass caps and castors. A 19th century satinwood open armchair, the leaf carved and trellis back above a stuffed-over seat and ribbed supports. A mahogany bookcase, the moulded cornice above a pair of sliding gilt brass trellis doors, enclosing twelve adjustable shelves with gilt tooled leather dust guards, above a panelled base. A Regency mahogany linen press, the detachable cornice above a pair of doors with reeded outline mouldings enclosing three later shelves, the base with two short and two long drawers. A George III mahogany kettle stand, inlaid with stringing, the octagonal tilt-top with segmented veneers and with a central fan patera, on a tapering column stem and a quatreform base. A Regency rosewood side cabinet, inlaid with brass marquetry and bands of stylized flowers, with a frieze drawer above a pair of glazed panel doors on bun feet. A set of four George IV simulated rosewood side chairs, each with a gadrooned and foliate carved back above a cane seat and bobbin turned stretchered legs. An early Victorian rosewood centre table, the circular tilt-top on a faceted stem and a quatreform base, with bun feet and sunken wooden castors. An early 19th century mahogany sarcophagus shape cellaret, inlaid with stringing and with satinwood banding, the lid with marquetry fan spandrels, the interior with five divisions, one with a lift-out zinc liner. A George IV rosewood and brass marquetry desk stand, with a cast foliate brass handle above a lidded compartment flanked by inkwell apertures and two pen trays, with a frieze drawer on ball feet. Similar Posts: