We offer probate valuation service in all North Yorkshire areas including – Gristhorpe Guisborough Hampsthwaite Harome Harrogate Hawes Hellifield Helmsley Hemingbrough Heslington Hetton High Bentham High Grantley Hovingham Hubberholme 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. 9ct white gold diamond and synthetic blue sapphire drop earrings and matching pendant on a white gold fine chain. 9ct white gold smoky quartz and diamond set pendant on white gold chain and a pair of matching drop earrings on 9ct white wire fittings. 18ct yellow gold and diamond set heart shape pendant, set with floating diamonds in the Chopard style, on an 18ct yellow gold chain. 9ct white gold blue topaz and diamond set pendant on fine gold chain and a pair of matching stud fitting earrings. Large oval Victorian bloomed gold locket, with applied floral detail and emerald set flower, approx 5 cm long including suspension loop. 18ct yellow gold. A 19th Century, probably Scottish, gold and faceted citrine vinaigrette, the rectangular body with canted corners and the gold chased with floral borders. A 19th Century, high carat gold mourning pendant set in turquoise motif and borders within a filigree decorated mount, and suspended on a rose gold snake link chain. A 19th Century, carved coral and gold mounted pendant in the form of a hand gripping a dagger, having a gold, diamond and turquoise collar and suspended from a gold jailer’s link chain with interspersed coral bead links. A pair of Georgian, c.1820, gold and chalcedony pendant earrings, the floral gold work set with cabouchon turquoise and contained in a later fitted ‘Asprey’. A 9ct gold oval link bracelet set with twenty emerald, oval and brilliant cut semi precious stones, on a bolt ring clasp with safety chain. A cultured pearl three strand choker set with diamond set bars at intervals, on an 18ct white gold, emerald and diamond clasp. A Victorian gold and black enamel mourning pendant, obverse floriate engraved with central reserve, monogram engraved, within a border ‘In Memory of my Dear Parents’, reverse with a pearl tied scroll of hair. An 18ct gold half hunting cased, keyless wind pocket watch, Rotherhams of London, enamel dial bearing Roman numerals with subsidiary seconds dial. A 9ct gold, sapphire and diamond ring, size L, two shell cameos and one ivory cameo, bust portraits of ladies, a spinach jade pendant, further jade pendant and an agate set button hook. An 18ct gold, ruby and diamond three stone set bangle flanked by pave set diamonds, on a snap clasp with safety chain, as fitted, ruby approximately 0.75ct, diamonds approximately 1ct, 17.4g. An 18ct white gold and diamond flowerhead ring, of seven stones, the central diamond approximately 0.4ct surrounded by six smaller diamonds of approximately 0.3ct each. A Carltonware, Wiltshaw and Robinson, vase of trumpet form decorated in the Mikado pattern against a blue ground, 26cm high, and a further vase of octagonal, footed form, 24cm high. A Paragon porcelain part dinner, tea and coffee service decorated in the ‘Elegance’ pattern, comprising pair of oval meat platters, vegetable tureen and cover, further cover, pair of sauce boats and stands, twelve dinner, eleven dessert and side plates, six soup cups and four saucers, six fruit bowls, milk jug, four tea cups and six saucers, three coffee cups and six saucers. A harlequin set of eight Victorian green and turquoise wine glasses, raised on clear glass stems and raised feet. A Chinese sang-de-boeuf glazed pear shaped vase, Yuhuchunping, 18th century, the glaze of brown tone graduating to sang-de-boeuf a the rim and base. Similar Posts: