We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Cheshire areas including– Warrington Waverton Weaverham Wettenhall Whitegate Widnes Willaston Willington Wilmslow Wincham Wincle Winsford Winwick Wirral Woodley Woore 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 Royal Worcester fruit painted teacup and saucer decorated by Freeman, the cup with hand painted apples and cherries, the saucer with apples and grapes, both signed. A Victorian mahogany pedestal sideboard, of rectangular form, with three frieze drawers, above pedestals with cupboard doors, on plinth base. An Indian bronze model of a standing man, 19th century, his hair arranged in a stylised turban with a head piece, his body adorned with jewellery, dressed in a loin cloth, standing on a square stepped base. A Chinese globular vase, 19th century, with red oxide lions mask handles, overall decorated in the millefleur decoration, red oxide seal mark to base. A Northern Indian painting/album leaf, 19th century, painted with an Iman seated in a garden, within bands of paisley designs, on stylised tendril ground. A Persian gouache painting of equestrian figures, 19th century, within a stylised landscape fighting demons within bands of foliage, with calligraphy to back. A pair of Japanese bronze vases, late 19th/early 20th century, moulded with panels of birds, on wooden stands. An Eastern carved grey stone janiform head, possibly ancient, each face carved with twin scroll diadem surmount, over straight upswept hair with conforming hair to sides, the eyes painted, raised upon square steel plinth. A pair of Chinese red cinnabar lacquer boxes and covers, late 18th century, decorated with scenes of scholars within mountainous landscapes, the edges with shaped panels of lotus flowers and leaves, on a diaper ground. A Chinese porcelain famille verte cylindrical vase, 19th century, set with two panels decorated with a vase of flowers on a ground of scrolling chrysanthemum blooms. A topaz and diamond pendant. The cushion-shape blue topaz, within a foil-back diamond surround, to the scrolling panel and border, suspended from a similarly designed tapered surmount. Estimated old-cut diamonds total weight 0.20ct. A mid 20th century 18ct gold diamond and ruby dress ring. Designed as a brilliant-cut diamond, to the single-cut diamond curved lines and calibre-cut ruby sides. An 18ct gold emerald and diamond cluster ring. The circular-shape collet, to the brilliant-cut diamond scalloped edge surround, to the trifurcated and grooved sides and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct. A pair of diamond and sapphire ear hoops. Each designed as a hinged hoop, pave-set throughout with brilliant-cut diamonds and vari-shade pink sapphires. Estimated total diamond weight 1.50cts. A pair of emerald and seed pearl ear pendants. Each designed as an emerald drop, with seed pearl bifurcated surmount. A zircon and diamond cluster ring. The oval-shape yellow zircon, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.35ct. A ruby and diamond cluster ring. The oval-shape ruby, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to the plain band. Total diamond weight 0.39ct. An early 20th Century Bernard Moore vase of compressed globe and shaft form decorated by Annie Ollier with fish swimming amidst scrolling waves with air bubbles drifting to the neck. An early 20th Century Bernard Moore vase of ovoid form with a squat collar neck decorated with snarling dragons and stylised clouds in a deep red over a brown ground. An early 20th Century Bernard Moore vase of ovoid form with a flared collar neck decorated with a scarlet red glaze with mottled oxide glaze patching in greens and blues. Similar Posts: