We offer probate valuation service in all South Yorkshire areas including – Stainforth Stannington Stocksbridge Swinton Tankersley Thorne Thorpe Hesley Thurcroft Thurnscoe Tickhill Totley Troway Walkeringham 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 Chinese porcelain fish bowl, 20th century, decorated in blue and white inside and out with fish and foliage, 63 by 25cm. A Japanese porcelain blue and white charger, Meiji period, depicting two cranes beside prunus blossom, 34cm diameter. A Chinese porcelain vase, 20th century, of cylindrical form famille rose decorated with figures in a garden, and a further cylindrical famille verte vase, similarly decorated, both 28cm high. A Dresden porcelain watering can painted with roses and other flowers, six Royal Worcester porcelain coffee cans and saucers printed with spring flowers, and two Copeland Spode pottery graduated meat platters decorated in the ‘Bird of Paradise’ pattern. A Kangxi mark and period porcelain blue and white vase, of baluster form decorated with figures in a landscape. A Qing dynasty, late 18th century, export porcelain plate, famille rose decorated with a peony and other flowers against a celadon ground. A Japanese cloisonne vase of shouldered, hexagonal form decorated with chrysanthemums and other flowers against a blue ground, 37cm high, further vase, similarly decorated 18cm high, , vase of shouldered tapering form decorated with an apple blossom tree and bird, 15cm high, and a similarly shaped vase decorated with wisteria. A Chinese porcelain snuff bottle, early 20th century, of cylindrical form decorated in blue and white, over painted in pink and gilt, with Immortals in a landscape. A Continental porcelain figure group, late 19th century, of Cupid and Psyche, the figures modelled standing against a fluted column, raised on a circular base. A Meissen miniature porcelain tea cup and saucer, late 19th century, painted with courting figures within a salmon pink and gilt scale border reserve painted with floral sprays. An 18ct gold diamond single-stone ring. The brilliant-cut diamond, with graduated brilliant-cut diamond line sides, to the plain band. A selection of three dress rings. To include a 9ct gold rose quartz and sapphire cluster ring, a 9ct gold foiled orange paste single-stone ring and a silver multi-gem cluster ring. Two with hallmarks for silver. Total weight 33.9gms. A ruby and diamond dress ring. The oval-shape ruby, with circular-shape ruby and rose-cut diamond foliate sides and rose-cut diamond marquise-shape border, to the openwork sides and band. An 18ct gold emerald and diamond cluster ring. The rectangular-shape emerald collet, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to the similarly-cut diamond floral shoulders and tapered band. An 18ct gold tanzanite and diamond ring, of openwork design, the oval-shape tanzanite line, within a single-cut diamond scalloped surround, to the bifurcated shoulders and tapered band. A 14ct gold diamond cluster ring. The brilliant-cut diamond, within a similarly-cut diamond surround, to the brilliant-cut diamond bifurcated shoulders and tapered half-band. A 9ct gold emerald and diamond cluster ring. Of kite-shape outline, the circular-shape emerald quatrefoil, within a single-cut diamond surround. A Chinese porcelain bowl decorated in under glazed blue and white and enamelled with variously coloured lotus flowers, bearing red character mark to the base. A Royal Albert porcelain part coffee service decorated in the ‘Old Country Roses’ pattern, comprising coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl, cake plate, three cups, six saucers and plates. Two similar brass and mesh triptych fire-guards, each with swing handles, one with ball finials, the other with urn finials, one with a serpentine front. Similar Posts: