We offer probate valuation service in all County Durham areas including – Evenwood Evenwood Gate Fairfield Faverdale Ferryhill Finchale Priory Fir Tree Firth Moor Fishburn Fleming Field Flint Hill Forest-in-Teesdale Foxton Framwelgate 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 hinged cuff bracelet with applied tricolour gold figural water birds and bamboo, ornamental flanged edges; Hinged bypass bangle with applied tricolour bird and butterfly motif fan form, suspending horseshoe and engraved monogram charms. A complex hinged bangle with central hinged compartment that opens to reveal three photo reserves and suspends slide locket from woven chains which conceal two additional photo reserves, applied green or pink gold on engraved Neoclassical geometric and acanthus decorations throughout. An Art Deco rectangular compact, black enamelled exterior with geometric white gold ornament and diamond details, gilt interior with mirror, lipstick case and powder chamber. Marked Marzo, Paris, French control marks for 18k gold and silver. An Archeological Revival locket and bail set with turquoise cabochons and rose cut diamonds, roped gold details, bloomed finish. An 18 carat gold hinged oval form pendant with applied wirework and granulation, a naturalistic beetle centres the dished cover, applied gold monogram JLE on reverse reveals glazed chamber. A silver foil backed clear paste dove and bow motif stomacher; Yellow gold and silver foil backed clear paste bow brooch with round cluster drops; Gold tone comb with scrolling foliate paste decoration. A Red squirrel, its tail cocked and with hazelnut in his mouth, mounted upon a gnarly branch with ferns and grasses within a three glass case. A White-collared dove perched upon a moss and lichen covered stump with grasses and groundwork within a three glass case. A pair of nuthatch, each perched upon a lichen and moss covered branch with butterfly and grasses, cased. A Victorian Large and Heavy Silver Open Face Key Wind Fusee Pocket Watch with Attached Key. Cream Dial and Black Numerals. Hallmark Chester 1872. A Masonic 9 Carat Gold and Silver Orb Ball. Opens up as a cross made up of 4 sided pyramids, on which the Masonic symbols are inscribed. The top cross shaped clasp is made of 9 carat gold. The ball is made of silver which is plated on gold. A 14 Carat Gold Set Baguette and Brilliant cut Diamond and Channel Set Cluster Ring comprises three rows of Baguette cut diamonds and two rows of brilliant cut diamonds. Butterscotch Amber Large Bead Necklace, a graduated, knotted necklace, 30 inches long, of butterscotch colour amber ovoid beads, the largest to the centre being approximately 1.25 inches wide, with further large graduated beads tapering to the yellow metal screw clasp. A John Pearson copper wall mounted string box, the raised back with a bird flanked by leaves, the lid with two snails on branches, the front with three raised, pierced dispensing pomegranates. A William IV gentleman’s rosewood toilet case with brass mounts, the fitted interior complete and including a corn knife, two razors and a razor strop, boot pulls etc., the lid with a mirror. A pair of Victorian Wedgwood cobalt blue Jasperware jardinieres with acorn and dove decoration, 21cm diameter. A Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern cabinet plate with scalloped edge, in box, with a boxed Aynsley Wild Tudor pattern plate and cheese knife. A pair of Sitzendorf porcelain baskets decorated with cherubs, together with a pair of Parisian porcelain vases, transfer decorated with classical scenes. A pair of 20th century Majolica figures of a swashbuckling man and woman with rapiers and feathered hats. A cobalt blue glazed porcelain vase with gilt decoration of a stylised rose inside a laurel wreath, with banded border, paper label to base Alfred B Pearce & Co, London, impressed and painted marks to base. Similar Posts: