We offer probate valuations of house contents in all Merseyside areas including– Fairfield Haydock Heswall Holywell Hoylake Huyton Kirkdale 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 late 19th century gold agate and enamel pendant. The oval banded agate cabochon, within a bead, rope-twist and stylised foliate surround, to the white enamel border and white enamel tapered surmount. An early 20th century fire opal pendant. The cushion-shape fire opal, to the tapered scrolling link and similarly-set fire opal surmount, suspended from a belcher-link chain. A mid 20th century synthetic ruby and diamond bar brooch. The oval-shape synthetic ruby collet, to the rose-cut diamond foliate sides and tapered bar. An 18ct gold emerald and diamond pendant. The oval opal emerald, within a brilliant-cut diamond swag surmount, to the brilliant-cut diamond hoop and belcher-link chain. A late 19th century 18ct gold split pearl brooch. The split pearl cluster, to the oval and foliate panel, with split pearl, shell motif and scroll surround. A late 19th century 9ct gold photograph pendant. The vacant panel, within a graduated split and seed pearl border, to the seed pearl surmount. Chinese Mother of pearl inlaid hard wood side table / stand with inset circular grey marble top, the legs with carved mask knees terminating in paw and claw style feet. A 19th Century pair of superb ormolu urns and covers on marble socle bases with birds amongst fruiting grapevines and having pineapple finals. An 1950’s Art Deco pedant glass light shade with classical scrolling to edge and veined marble finish. A mid-Victorian burr walnut and gilt metal mounted side cabinet, the cushion moulded top above two glazed doors, supported on a plinth base. A Victorian bow fronted mahogany, strung and cross banded chest of two short over four long graduated drawers on splayed feet. A 19th century figured walnut, inlaid and gilt metal mounted writing table, the superstructure over a cylinder-top with a fitted interior on turned supports with a lower tier. A Louis XV style 18th Century rouge marble top bombe commode of kingwood constructions with rouge marble top and two drawers and ormolu mounts. A late 19th century striking mantle clock, the face marked ‘Lyon’ and in a gilt metal and striated marble case of neo-classical form, together with a pair of two branch candlestick garnitures. A rare romantic French garniture de cheminee clock with typical 8 day Paris Movement striking on the hour and half hour on a bell via a countwheel , bearing the markers initials “JR” stamped on the back plate. The case is made of multicoloured marble in symmetrical section, surmounted by two figures Pierrot & Columbine who are embracing in the light of a crescent moon. A modern Kashan hand knotted rug, the red ground with floral motifs within a blue border. An Anglo-Indian walnut, cross banded and brass inlaid occasional table, the octagonal surface supported by four splayed legs joined by an x-stretcher. A 9ct gold sapphire and diamond dress ring. The marquise-shape sapphire quatrefoil and bead highlight, within a single-cut diamond scalloped surround, to the tapered shoulders and plain band. An 18ct gold diamond three-stone ring. The brilliant-cut diamond diagonal line, with asymmetric shoulders, to the plain band. A George VI silver three piece tea service, by Blanckensee & Sons Ltd. comprising teapot, 14cm high, milk jug and two handled sugar bowl, each with ribbed bodies on circular feet. Similar Posts: