We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Greater Manchester areas including– Cheadle Cheadle Hulme Cheetham Cheetham Hill Crumpsall Davyhulme Denshaw Denton 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 pair of diamond ear pendants. Each designed as a series of brilliant-cut diamond marquise-shape links. Estimated total diamond weight 0.70ct. An Art Nouveau gold split pearl photograph pendant. The circular-shape vacant centre, within an interwoven border with split pearl accents. A late 19th century diamond and enamel novelty brooch. Designed as a rose-cut diamond grouse, with red enamel head, atop the bar brooch. A Tabriz blue ground rug, mid 20th century, with central cream ground lozenge and pistachio ground spandrels. A Victorian walnut bow fronted two door side cabinet, each door with carved floral detail and set with mirrored panel. A gilt framed overmantel mirror, 19th century, with acanthus moulded frieze above triple plate in ebonized slip flanked by pair of pilasters. A mid 19th century silver and gold foil-back amethyst and diamond brooch. The pear-shape foil-back amethyst, within a rose-cut diamond foliate wreath and rose-cut diamond floral surmount. A pair of gold floral ear pendants. Each designed as an oval-shape drop, the old-cut diamond flower, within a circular-shape surround to the rope-twist border. An amethyst foil-back single-stone ring. The square-shape amethyst, within a foil-back setting, to the vacant sides and grooved band. An 18ct gold diamond single-stone ring. The brilliant-cut diamond collet, to the ridged shoulders and plain band. Estimated diamond weight 0.50ct. A diamond and sapphire cluster ring. The square-shape diamond, within a milli grain border and calibre-cut sapphire surround. Estimated diamond weight 0.45ct. A late 19th century gold reverse carved intaglio owl pendant. Of heart-shape outline, depicting a barn owl, to the mother-of-pearl panel. A Louis XVI style white painted rectangular wall mirror, 19th century and later, with carved and pierced wood foliate scroll pediment, moulded floral scroll border around four plates and beaded border around central bevelled plate. A large Louis XVI style gilt gesso framed wall mirror, late 19th century, the floral pediment above rectangular plate with beaded and egg and dart border. A mahogany single drawer side table, 19th century, the cross banded top raised on reeded tapering legs to brass caps and casters. A George III style yew wood kneehole desk of small proportions, 20th century, with arrangement of eight drawers, on bracket feet. Italian ormolu mounted casket decorated with marble pietra dura rose and grape design panels and set with cabochon stones. Black forest wooden serpentine fronted bench profusely carved with acorns and foliage carved bear arms, with drop in upholstered seat. Tunbridge ware box with hinged lid decorated with a view of a King Charles spaniel seated on a cushion. A diamond and synthetic sapphire pendant. The pear-shape rose-cut diamond, suspended from an old-cut diamond collet, within a calibre-cut synthetic sapphire and rose-cut diamond triangular panel. Similar Posts: