We offer probate valuation service in all Shropshire areas including – Wenlock Craven Arms Cleobury Mortimer Bishop’s Castle Ruyton-XI-Towns Baschurch 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 Kangxi style blue and white bowl, the cylindrical rim painted with vines above the rounded sides with three mythical beasts amongst rocks, plantains, pine and bamboo. Two similar late 18th Century French porcelain heart shaped boxes, having metal mounts and hinged lids, decorated with figures and floral designs, bearing painted Lille marks. A large ceramic vase in the form of a stylised column, with appliqué daffodils and hand painted floral sprays. An early 20th century 9ct gold diamond snake ring, the coiled snake with an old-cut diamond set head. Estimated diamond weight 0.15ct. 6 grams. A 20th Century Chinese porcelain square box vase, having a tapered chimney neck and everted rim, on block feet, decorated in colours with landscape vignettes, on a dense floral ground. A Ming style blue and white stem cup, the exterior of the bowl painted with lotus scrolling around Buddhist objects, the flared foot with further lotus scrolling between lappet bands, the interior with six character mark of Xuande. A diamond single-stone engagement ring, the brilliant-cut diamond to the plain band. Estimated diamond weight 0.40ct. A 9ct gold chain and T-bar necklace, the curb-link chain suspending a T-bar, to the lobster clasp. Hallmarks for Birmingham. 24.8 grams. A late 19th century gold split pearl and diamond point ring, designed as a series of five split pearls, with diamond point spacers, to the plain band. A blue and white vase, possibly period of Wanli, the bottle shape of square section and painted with alternating panels of dragons and phoenix on stylised cloud scroll grounds. A late 19th century silver and gold, cultured pearl and diamond bar brooch, the graduated cultured pearl and vari-cut diamond three-leaf clover, with old-cut diamond bud detail, to the plain bar. A Liverpool Pearlware blue and white tea caddy, decorated with a Chinese style pagoda by a river, with a wood stopper. A pair of contemporary silver mounted cut glass decanters of square form, with diamond cut decoration, silver collars and cut glass mushroom stoppers. A late 19th century fly pendant, the textured fly with circular opal cabochon eyes. A late 18th century Cork Irish silver sauce boat of typical form, with crimped border and open scroll handle, on three hoof feet. A Carlo Manzoni pottery footed dish, decorated in tones of green, yellow and blue with geometrically arranged, stylised leaves and other ornaments, bears incised marks. A 19th century famille verte vase, the cylindrical neck painted with alternating red and gilt shou characters above a ladies horse race, on the body below watched by three excited dignitaries on a verandah, six character mark of Kangxi. An early 20th century 9ct gold peridot and split pearl pendant, the oval-shape peridot collet and split pearl foliate drop, suspended from a similarly-set foliate openwork panel, to the circular-shape peridot collet spacer and fancy-link chain. A 9ct gold diamond two-stone crossover ring, the slightly graduated brilliant-cut diamonds, to the asymmetric shoulders and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.80ct. A quantity of costume jewellery, including simulated pearls, bead necklaces, clip on earrings, brooches and other items. Similar Posts: