We offer probate valuation service in all Northumberland areas including – Hadston Harbottle Hartley Haydon Bridge Hazon Hexham High Angerton High Buston High Callerton High Church High Newton-by-the-Sea Highfield 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 white gold, diamond and sapphire set ring, mounted with the principal cushion shaped diamond between two smaller circular cut diamonds, in a surround of calibre cut sapphires and an outer border of circular cut diamonds. A gold, diamond and opal set shaped hexagonal ring, mounted with the principal cushion shaped diamond in a surround of six circular opals and an outer border of small cushion shaped diamonds, between pierced shoulders. A gold, pink tourmaline and seed pearl necklace, mounted with the principal cabochon pink tourmaline to the drop with a smaller oval pink tourmaline above, otherwise mounted with two seed pearls. A pair of white gold, cabochon ruby, diamond and colourless gem set pendant earrings, each designed as a row of three graduated oval clusters with two oval cut colourless gems mounted at intervals. A 15ct gold, ruby and diamond three stone hinged bangle, the front mounted with a cushion shaped ruby between diamond single stone sides, otherwise in a herringbone link design on a snap clasp, with a safety chain. A gold, black enamelled natural salt water pearl and gem set brooch of shaped circular form, mounted with a synthetic pale blue stone at the centre within a black enamelled scroll pierced surround and an outer border of natural salt water pearls. A boxed Parker Duofold fountain pen and propelling pencil, the fountain pen with 18ct gold nib in original box, a Parker Duofold fountain pen with 14ct gold. A five stone diamond boat shaped ring, marked 18ct, and a Victorian five stone garnet and split pearl gold ring. A collection of five Continental porcelain scent bottles, probably Samson, modelled as figures, the head the stoppers, gold anchor marks. Late Victorian amethyst and pearl brooch, large oval cut central amethyst bordered with a line of split pearls, mounted in unmarked yellow gold. A three quarter length mink coat bearing the label ‘Lafayette Furs, of King Street Manchester’ dark brown tones with gold effect buttons. A ruby and diamond ring, marked 148, a sterling silver diamond ring marked plat 18ct, a silver locket, a mabé pearl gold pendant, and a single stone ring. Sapphire and diamond pendant necklace, the central sapphire and brilliant cut diamonds set in a flowerhead design suspended from a row of smaller sapphires, all set in 18ct white gold and suspended from an 18ct yellow gold box link necklace. An early 20th century Continental Dresden style porcelain figurine of a dancer on rounded base with gold dress with lace detail bearing blue back stamp to base. A carved ivory grapes and vine leaf brooch, a carved vulcanite brooch, a gilt metal cameo and flat cut garnet brooch, and a rolled gold chalcedony and turquoise forget me knot brooch. An art deco tortoiseshell cased manicure set of plain oval form, the hinged slightly domed cover inset with a bi-coloured gold roundel and monogram “LB”, opening to reveal a cream velvet fitted interior with lift-out compartment, together with various implements, with watered silk cover, hinge marked HA & Co only, 10″ wide. A Louis XVI style gilt wood and gold upholstered salon canape, the moulded top with central foliate design flanked by pine cone finials, the frame of guilloche and acanthus detailing, raised upon stop fluted supports and baluster front legs. A pair of large Louis XV style gilt wood and blue and gold upholstered fauteuils, the button upholstered fabric on frame with acanthus and shell decoration, raised upon front cabriole legs and scroll feet. A two row graduated cultured pearl necklace, a single row graduated cultured pearl necklace, a sterling silver Silver Jubilee decanter label, and assorted jewellery. A Sino-Tibetan brown patinated bronze figure of Amitayus, probably late Qing Dynasty, modelled seated in dhyanasana wearing an ornate headdress and jewellery, on a double lotus moulded base, incised character to underside. Similar Posts: