We offer probate valuation service in all Shropshire areas including – Alveley Bishop’s Castle Ironbridge Telford Donnington Oakengates Priorslee Shifnal Stirchley Madeley 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. A 9ct gold Ceylon sapphire and diamond bar brooch, the floral head on a part pierced body with plain pin back. A late 19th/ early 20th century cast iron garden bench, the back, arms and seat cast in the form of branches. A 20th Century metal cased compass brooch, the circular dial set with an articulated arrow flanked by orbs with a ring top. A mid-19th Century Chinese ivory casket, heavily carved with flowers and orbs, the hinged lid revealing a plain interior, on bracket feet. A 9 carat yellow gold and garnet pendant, set a central square cut garnet surrounded by four heart-shaped garnets, together with a 9 carat yellow gold and garnet ring. A Victorian Bohemian cut glass decanter and stopper with ruby flash. A pair of 19th century neo classical design garniture, each centred by bronze angels holding brass sconces joined by garlands, raised on acanthus leaf stepped circular bases. A Persian green ground carpet, 20th century, worked in red coloured threads with a large central flower head surrounded by scrolling foliage and smaller flower heads, within a broad foliate border. An Eastern carpet, 20th century, the madder ground with a rectangular field decorated with three rows of six octagonal shaped guls, within multiple borders. A 9 carat yellow gold, amethyst, and diamond drop pendant necklace, together with a 9 carat yellow gold, diamond, and amethyst oval cluster ring. A Chinese Qing period carved ivory panel, formed as a figure in a boat before trees and buildings with a plain easel back. A pair of white painted fire clay garden urns, formed in two sections, decorated with drapery and tassels. A 19th century fireclay campagna shaped garden urn, cast in relief with Renaissance style figures and horses, formed in two sections. A pair of Victorian cast iron Gothic gates, cast with quatrefoil panels enclosing projecting flower heads, above a row of circles and vertical grid section. A 9ct gold mourning brooch, the ellipse outline set with pearls and black enamel, with a plain pin back. A set of three George III silver candlesticks, by Robert Jones & John Schofield, each of neo classical design with urn dish holders raised with garlands and upper bead banding, on square tapering supports headed by goats mask heads and set with bell flowers on a lower stem terminating in an inverted base. A glass decanter with flower and branch decoration, topped with a solid 9ct gold rim and top, hallmarked London 1915. An early 20th Century 18ct gold ladies dress ring, set with a small ruby, sapphire and diamonds, with a textured shank. 2 grams. A Qing period Chinese ivory puzzle ball, probably late 19th Century, on removable stand, the orb top heavily carved with bamboo and other leaves with at least three inner sections, on a part pierced cylindrical base terminating in a decorative foot. A ladies star burst design bar brooch, set with graduated seed pearls and white coloured stones with plain bar and pin back. Similar Posts: