We offer probate valuation service in all Derbyshire areas including – High Peak North East Derbyshire Burton Burton-upon-Trent South Derbyshire Alfreton Ashbourne Bakewell Belper Bolsover 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 Queen Anne-period oyster-veneered walnut chest on stand, upper stage with two short and two long drawers, stand with central drawer and two deep drawers, shaped apron, on four cabriole legs, knees carved with scrolls. A Victorian silver gilt and diamond locket, circa 1880, set with three rose cuts to one side and engraved decoration to the other. A 19th century Canton porcelain bowl with ornate ormolu mounts, with twin scroll and bird handles and rococo scroll foot, the bowl with painted domestic scenes and insect, bat and floral borders. A pair of Sampson Hancock Derby shaped circular plates, painted by Schofield, one signed, with stately gardens, elaborate gilt borders, gadrooned rims. A George IV mahogany washstand, the three quarter galleried back over two frieze and two short drawers fitted with later swing handles, raised on slender ring turned tapering legs. A mid 20th century 18ct gold diamond brooch, the brilliant-cut diamond floral cluster within a single-cut diamond stylised bow, with brilliant-cut diamond highlights. Estimated total diamond weight 1.20cts. Hallmarks for London, 1962. A large Bloor Derby Imari vase and cover, painted with stylised flowers and foliage, three dragon handles, domed cover, bird finial, triform base, dragons to angles, ball feet. A pair of 19th century French Kingwood and tulipwood crossbanded oval single drawer tables, with a white and grey veined inset top over a single drawer, raised on four slender square tapering legs united by a square, veneered shelf stretcher. An Empire-style gilt-finished ash day-bed, frame with large upright scroll ends, scroll-design back carved with leafage, upholstered in a green and gold floral brocade with four loose cushions, underframe carved with four scale-effect dolphins and leafage. An emerald and diamond ring, the step cut stone enclosed by eighteen brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.25 carats. A diamond dress ring, the circular-cut diamond, within a single-cut diamond scalloped surround, to the diamond accent shoulders and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.45ct. A coloured diamond full-circle eternity ring, the yellow brilliant-cut diamond line, within a channel-setting. Estimated total diamond weight 0.20ct. A 19th century Chinese table screen with painted rectangular porcelain panel decorated with father, child and geese, with inscription, in original hardwood frame with floral decoration. A 19th century Chinese famille verte ginger jar and cover with figure, landscape and floral reserves on powder-blue ground – four character mark. A Victorian porcelain vase with finely painted floral and fruit reserve on turquoise ground, with gilt scroll handles and reticulated neck. An 18ct gold aquamarine and diamond dress ring, the rectangular-shape aquamarine, with graduated baguette-cut diamond stepped sides, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.45ct. Hallmarks for Birmingham. An early 19th century Minton porcelain figure of a reclining male with basket of flowers, on rococo -shaped base decorated in bright polychrome enamels. An Edwardian mahogany satinwood banded boxwood and ebony strung floor standing square display cabinet, with open top shelf raised on short, square cabriole legs. A Victorian inlaid walnut Davenport, raised stationery fittings above inset gilt-tooled writing slope, pigeonholes enclosed, bank of four drawers to one side, turned wood knob handles, on casters. A 19th century Viennese gilt and enamel spoon, unmarked, with a figural finial, the bowl enamelled with courting couples to both sides. Similar Posts: