We offer probate valuation service in all West Midlands areas including – Enville Erdington Forhill Gornal Wood Handsworth Harborne Henley In Arden Hockley Hopwood Keresley Kings Heath Kings 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 Chinese export porcelain figure of a dog, 18th century, moulded porcelain in the form of a dog laying down, three colour all-over glaze, wax seal with arms of Chaplin family to base. A jade single-stone ring, the oval jadeite cabochon within a collet setting, to the tapered shoulders and plain band. An early 20th century silver and gold ruby and diamond alligator brooch, designed as a rose-cut diamond alligator with ruby eye detail. A late 19th century gold and seed pearl brooch of bi-colour design, the woven basket, with seed pearl grapes, textured vine leaves and scrolling vine, to the seed pearl terminal cylindrical bar. French assay marks. A pair of diamond cluster ear pendants, each designed as an old-cut diamond cluster. A Moorcroft pottery vase of baluster form decorated in the ‘Orchid’ pattern against a blue ground, impressed marks. A pair of Victorian ruby glass lustres with clear glass prismatic drops, 33cm high. A George V silver oval ring box with engine turned decorated to the hinged lid, raised upon three curved feet. Birmingham 1912. A William Comyns silver topped powder pot, London 1908 with crystal glass base. A Chinese Wing Nam silver four sconce candelabrum, the “bamboo” stems over a circular base. An early 20th century 15ct gold and platinum gem-set spider brooch, the spider with baroque pearl and rose-cut diamond body, emerald eyes and textured legs, atop a platinum-fronted bar. A silver Art Nouveau trinket box, Birmingham 1903, 170g. A Murano amethyst glass martini set, circa 1980’s, with twin handled ice bucket with gilt rococo and enamelled floral decoration, together with six champagne glasses raised on spiral twist stems. A William Manson, Caithness, faceted glass paperweight decorated with a ladybird and flowers. A ruby and diamond cluster ring, the brilliant-cut diamond collet within a calibre-cut ruby surround, to the scalloped border and single-cut diamond highlights. Estimated total diamond weight 0.55ct. A pair of Chinese export porcelain peacocks, 19th century, mould-made porcelain in the form of peacocks on flowering branches, applied hand-made porcelain flowers, decorated with polychrome enamels. A Samson Chelsea porcelain perfume bottle, late 19th century, in the form of a lady wearing a floral dress, the head forming the stopper, puce anchor mark to the base. A John George Piddington silver tea canister with all over embossed floral detail in the Art Nouveau style. Import marks for London 1903, 220g. A Chinese bronze brush washer in the form an elderly man leaning against a well, late Qing Dynasty, late 19th century, dark brown patinated cast bronze. A Victorian silver embossed lidded ladies trinket box with scroll and foliate detail, Birmingham 1896. Similar Posts: