We offer probate valuation service in all Rutland areas including – Seaton South Luffenham Stamford Stapleford Stretton Uppingham Whitwell Wing 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 Continental parcel gilt bronze and enamel personal devotional plaque, late 19th century, of the Madonna and Child. A mid 20th century gold, ruby, sapphire and diamond articulated band ring, the square-shape sapphire and ruby line to the hinged half-circle single-cut diamond line sides. Estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct. A 9 carat gold and diamond bracelet, the riviere setting with illusion cut diamonds, on a snap clasp, 5.6g. An oak bible box, second half 16th century, with lift top and original hinge above decorative frieze, with cross motifs within arcaded and columnar border. A Japanese ivory netsuke of seated Ashinaga and Tenaga, Meiji period, with some stained detail to their hair, unsigned. A diamond single-stone ring, the brilliant-cut diamond within a corner claw setting, to the baguette-cut diamond shoulders. Principal diamond estimated weight 0.70ct. A Continental solid tortoiseshell oblong jewellery box, early 20th century, plain with an applied gold monogram to the cover, the interior base velvet lined. An oak high dresser, second half 18th century, the carved frieze above two open shelves, the base with three drawers and two panelled cupboard doors. An oak scribe’s desk, early 18th century, with fixed writing slope above a single drawer, with later compartments and original acorn pattern handle, the sides and back with quill rests, on turned baluster supports and stretchers. A Japanese ivory netsuke of a seated monkey holding a peach, signed Kogetsu, Meiji period, the monkey wearing a brocade pattern waistcoat. 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. 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. Estimated total diamond weight 1.50cts. A George III oak side table, circa 1770, the rectangular plank top above three drawers, shaped apron, and cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. A walnut chest of drawers, 18th century, the cross banded rectangular top with central oval and moulded edge above two short and two long drawers, raised on a plinth and bracket feet. A William IV silver rectangular snuff box by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1830, with a vacant reserve to the engine turned cover, a floral and foliate chased thumb piece, threaded sides, an engine turned base, the interior gilt. A diamond cluster ring, the rectangular-shape diamond line within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 1.85cts. Principal diamond estimated weight 0.30ct. A George VI silver inkwell of capstan form, with clear glass insert and formed wooden base, Birmingham 1937. A silver sugar sifter of baluster form, with pierced top and acorn finial, Birmingham 1973. A pair of cut glass dressing table jars, each with plated mounts and hinged lids bearing a crest of an hen. A silver mounted ivory and walnut presentation mallet, the tapered ivory handle with a lobed, beaded and foliate carved terminal, the moulded and rounded walnut head inset with a silver roundel. Similar Posts: