We offer probate valuation service in all Derbyshire areas including – Ashbourne Whaley Bridge Creswell Duffield Kilburn Melbourne Wirksworth Whitwell Bakewell Tibshelf Shirland Pilsley 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. An Art Deco shagreen and silver mounted magnifying glass, London, 1920. A pair of Coalbrookdale two-handled elongated oval vases, painted with cottages and encrusted with flowers and foliage, on quatrefoil bases. A pair of Coalport shaped circular plates, the field roses in pink and red with a banded cobalt blue border, applied in gilt with scrolling vine within a gadrooned border. A mid 19th century gold enamel pendant, the oval-shape enamel on copper panel, painted to depict a woman with trophies and putto in landscape, to the bi-colour ribbon and foliate garland surround suspending a seed pearl. A 9 carat yellow gold, diamond and amethyst ring, set three marquise cut Rose de France amethysts, flanked by two diamonds. A 9 carat rose gold and pearl set ring, together with a pair of yellow metal and pearl drop earrings. A pair of amethyst and diamond earrings, each designed as a rectangular-shape amethyst, to the octagonal-shape surround with single-cut diamond border detail. Estimated total diamond weight 0.85ct. A white metal and amber pendant, of naturalistic design, suspended on a silver chain, together with an unusual white metal and tigers eye ring, the oval cabochon stone set within a naturalistic mount. A Bow figure, Allegorical of Spring, modelled with a girl in fancy dress, holding a basket of flowers, the base with four scroll feet, picked out in blue and gilt with applied with flower heads and foliage. A 19th century satin wood semi circular fold over card table, the radiating veneered top opening to reveal a later baize line interior, over an inlaid frieze on four slender square tapering legs. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the circular-shape sapphire, within a single and old-cut diamond surround, to the tapered band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct. An early 20th century walnut veneered boxwood line strung chest, of four drawers fitted with brass swing handles, raised on four short cabriole legs terminating in a pad foot. A Bow figure, Allegorical of Summer, modelled with a lady wearing a fancy dress, holding a bundle of corn, the base with four scroll feet, picked out in turquoise and gilt with applied with flower heads and foliage. A Rockingham bottle vase and cover, painted with an oval cartouche containing autumn fruits and foliage against a green ground, the long neck with floral scrolls, gilt line borders. An 18 carat white gold and diamond circular cluster ring, having an openwork mount. A pair of diamond earrings, each designed as two graduated old-cut diamond collets, to the hook surmount. Estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct. A Continental silver mounted cut glass bowl, pierced and cast with lattice shaped panels and floral garlands, impressed marks ‘800’. A Coalport flared cylindrical pot pourri vase and cover, well decorated with colourful summer flowers against a gilt ground, domed pierced cover, flame finial, everted scroll rim, on paw feet. A late George III mahogany linen press, the cavetto moulded cornice over two oval panel cabinet doors, opening to reveal a later hanging rail on a four drawer base, fitted with brass ring handles and raised on splay bracket feet. A pair of late 19th century Indian/ Burmese silver dishes, with embossed foliate decoration within a border of embossed figures and animals, raised on three scroll feet. Similar Posts: