We offer probate valuation service in all Teesside areas including – Newton Middlesbrough Moorsholm Norton Nunthorpe Redcar Seamer Skelton In Cleveland Skinningrove Slapewath Stainton Staithes Stillington Stockton On Tees Stokesley 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 group of three rings comprising of a gentleman’s nine carat gold signet ring, a nine carat gold masonic ring, and an unmarked Victorian hardstone ring. A Victorian cameo brooch and ring set, each depicting a woman in profile, in scrolling yellow metal settings, unmarked. An Edwardian sapphire and diamond ring set with three brilliant cut sapphires alternated with brilliant cut diamonds, hallmarked eighteen carat yellow gold. An opal and diamond ring set with three oval cabochon cut opals interspersed with six brilliant cut diamonds, hallmarked eighteen carat yellow gold. An emerald and diamond cluster ring set with four rows of round emeralds alternated by rows of diamonds, in nine carat gold. A Victorian opal and diamond crescent brooch set with graduated cabochon opals and rose cut diamonds, hallmarked for nine carat gold in original fitted box A pair of Austrian painted terracotta figures by Johann Maresch, modelled as male and female arab figures, on a naturalistic bases, impressed marks. A 19th century carved marble figure of a Grecian woman, standing on a circular base holding a jug and bowl, unsigned. A large German 19th century Ecclesiastical plaster figure of a seated woman mourning beside an urn, with makers plaque to the wood base on a reformed gothic mahogany stand pierced with trefoil decoration, with acanthus leaf carved finials. A 16th century style German carved fruitwood bible box, decorated all over with biblical scenes including the Flight into Egypt, Adam & Eve, etc. An Indian ivory and sadeli rectangular work box, the lid with raised lozenge panel opening to reveal and internal mirror and various compartments and fittings, on squat bun feet. A 19th century Ceylonese carved ebony work box, decorated all over with flower heads and scrolling foliage, the hinged lid revealing an interior tray with pewter strung and specimen wood lidded compartments. A 19th century rectangular burr yew wood two division tea caddy, the top inlaid with a central panel decorated with the words and stave music for Home Sweet Home, the top opening to reveal a fitted interior with two divisions with octagonal shaped lids, on acanthus scroll and paw feet. An Art Deco silvered bronze figure of a nude female dancer, probably by Josef Lorenzl, the circular base marked Vivian, Made in Austria Real Bronze, on a shaped onyx pedestal. After the antique. A modern green patinated bronze model of a dancing faun, on square plinth base with brass plaque. An Austrian Bergman cold painted bronze model of a hippopotamus, standing with wide open mouth, Bergman marks to underside. A Murano glass and patinated brass standard lamp, probably by Barovier, mid 20th century, with ribbed Murano glass sectional column. An Edwardian copper and brass adjustable standard lamp, with single scrolling branch, with green tinted crimped glass shade. A pair of Victorian painted bronze and ormolu twin branch table lustres, with prismatic drops and fluted columns. A pair of late 19th century ormolu two branch table lamps, modelled as flowering leafy scrolls, on rococo style base. Similar Posts: