We offer probate valuation service in all West Midlands areas including – Clent Codsall Coleshill Corley Coventry Cradley Heath Dorridge Dudley Edgbaston Enville Erdington Forhill 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 silver circular pendant set with cubic zirconia stones. A 1960s 18ct gold diamond floral spray brooch designed as a series of scattered brilliant-cut diamonds, to the textured leaves and stem. Estimated total diamond weight 0.80cts. Import marks for Dublin, 1967. A pair of armchairs with carved mahogany arms, padded backs and seats. A lady’s Bassot gold coloured metal, slim cased pocket watch with coloured enamel and bright cut engraved decoration, inscribed No.2823 Bassot a Paris on the interior and faced by a white enamel Roman dial; on a gold coloured metal, enamelled blue rod and oval link chain with a rotating fob, key and belt clip. A mahogany bow fronted chest of four graduated drawers with turned handles on splayed feet. An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the oval-shape purple sapphire within a brilliant-cut diamond tiered border, to the baguette-cut diamond shoulders. Estimated total diamond weight 0.50ct. A 19th century mahogany mantle clock having shaped fluted top brass inlay, white enamelled chapter ring with black Roman numerals, clock supported on gilt bracket feet. A late 19th/early 20th century blue and white jar painted with two reserves of precious objects on a ground scattered with cherry blossoms, four character mark of Kangxi. A pair of early 20th century, English Staffordshire twin handled neo-classical shaped pottery vases, painted to both sides with stylised flower heads, having scrolling gilded handles. A Ming taste blue ground dish, the central incised flowers left in the white within alternating sprays of fruit and flowers on the rim. A 9ct gold cased half hunter pocket watch with black enamelled Roman numerals around the bullseye window, the keyless movement faced by a white enamel Roman dial with subsidiary seconds and inscribed JW Benson, London. A pair of Kangxi style blue and white covered jars, the bun shaped bodies painted with alternating panels of flower stems with birds in flight over gardens, the lids with a wreath of flowers amongst rocks, artemesia leaf marks. A pair of diamond ear pendants each designed as an old-cut diamond, suspended from a rose and old-cut diamond line, to the hook fitting. Estimated total old-cut diamond weight 0.90ct. An Austrian Goldscheider pictorial plaque c.1900. Painted scene of a clipper and sail boats, moulded scrolling border. 48.5cm wide x 42cm. A table top miniature, empire style shaped chest of 3 drawers having gilt handles and embellishments, having parquetry inlay and cross bounded edging. An American wall clock in mahogany case by the Ansonia clock company, the square dial striking on a gong. An 18ct gold mabe pearl, cultured pearl and diamond cluster ring, the mabe pearl to the alternating cultured pearl and brilliant-cut diamond surround. Estimated total diamond weight 0.55ct. Hallmarks for London. A pair of silver and white opalite pear shape drop earrings, set with cubic zirconia. A glass clock dome of rectangular form, on an associated Victorian rosewood and marquetry plinth, raised on bun feet. A late 19th century split pearl, ruby and diamond cluster ring, the split pearl quatrefoil with an old-cut diamond centre and cushion-shape ruby accents, to the seed pearl scrolling shoulders. Similar Posts: