We offer probate valuation service in all County Durham areas including – Daddry Shield Dalton Piercy Dalton-le-Dale Darlington Dawdon Deaf Hill Dean Bank Delves Lane Deneside Dent Bank Denton Dipton Dragonville Durham Eaglescliffe Easington Easington Colliery 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 9 carat yellow gold wedding band, a clear stone 9 carat gold ring, a 9 carat gold pendant with garnet to centre, a 9 carat pin with pearl top and a 9 carat gold crucifix and chain. An 18 carat gold gem set ring, together with an 18 carat gold half hoop eternity ring, a gold signet ring and another. A modern Lalique green opalescent glass ring, etched marks, boxed, together with an Art Nouveau style dragonfly brooch and a stone pendant. A 9 carat gold pearl and gem set spider pendant, together with a pair of 18 carat gold hoop earrings, another pair and five various pendants. A Victorian Burr Walnut and Ebonized Davenport, the marquetry inlaid hinged stationery compartment with brass galleried top above a tooled leather hinged writing surface and four side drawers opposed by dummy drawers with knob handles. A Regency Mahogany Bow Fronted Sideboard, the reeded top above a central drawer flanked by cupboard doors with brass handles raised upon spiral turned legs. An Ebonized Chinoiserie Decorated Pedestal Table, the chinoiserie gilded top above a four pillar bird cage and a tulip gilt carved centre column and similar gilded tripartite legs with ball and claw feet. A 19th Century Mahogany Office Armchair, a leather upholstered shield back above a similar seat with brass buttons raised upon square legs with stretchers. A George III Mahogany Hexagonal Drum Centre Table with six drawers raised upon a turned tapering centre column and quadripartite legs with brass caps and castors. A Regency Mahogany Dressing Table, the hinged moulded top enclosing a partly fitted interior raised upon tapering spiral legs with brass caps and castors. A Victorian Burr Walnut Davenport, the stationery compartment with pierced carved gallery above a tooled leather writing surface enclosing drawers with four side drawers raised upon carved scroll supports. A Victorian Mahogany Twin Pedestal Desk, the red tooled leather inset top above nine drawers with knob handles, raised upon plinth bases. A Regency Mahogany and Gilt Metal Mounted Sofa Table, the moulded drop flap top above two frieze drawers opposed by dummy drawers raised upon twin end spiral supports with similar stretcher and reeded outswept legs with brass paw caps and castors. A French Mahogany Small Serpentine Chest, the moulded top above two drawers with metal handles and escutcheons raised upon cabriole legs. A William IV Mahogany Fire Screen, the tapestry beadwork panel depicting a peacock amongst foliage, raised upon a turned centre column and carved cabriole legs with scroll feet. A Victorian Mahogany Straight Front Chest, the moulded top above two short and three long graduated drawers with knob handles raised upon a plinth. A late 18th Century tortoiseshell and silver piqué inlaid étui case of tapering canted rectangular form, length approx. 6.5cm. A late 19th century Anglo Indian ivory pin cushion, with an articulated clamp top, heavily decorated with scrolls and flowers beneath an overstuffed embroidered section. A Chinese carved and stained ivory figure of a bearded sage, early 20th Century, modelled holding a peach, incised characters to base. A Chinese Ceramic Cat with Painted Floral Pattern The recumbent cat painted with a black ground and various blooming flowers accented with gold paint. wearing a pink and gold bow around the neck, with six character iron red Qing dynasty mark to base. Similar Posts: