We offer probate valuation service in all North Yorkshire areas including – Wensleydale West Burton West Tanfield West Witton Westow Whitwell On The Hill Wigginton Wigglesworth Wilberfoss Winksley Wistow Wykeham 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. An 18ct gold gentleman’s, pair cased, keyless wind pocket watch, Rotherham of London, enamel dial bearing Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial. A 9ct gold bracelet comprised of five sporting medals, awarded to S Myles for swimming, two awarded by the London Derry Academical Institution, on a snap clasp. A 15ct gold, diamond and sapphire brooch of beaded navette form, with filigree decoration, with a central horseshoe, set with four sapphires and three diamonds. A 9ct gold kerb link charm bracelet with seventeen charms, as fitted, on a heart shaped padlock clasp with safety chain. An aquamarine and diamond cluster ring. The rectangular-shape aquamarine, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to the bifurcated shoulders and plain band. An 18ct gold diamond dress ring. Designed as a series of brilliant-cut diamond interlinking ovals, to the plain oval links and tapered band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.55ct. A synthetic sapphire and gem-set ring. The oval-shape synthetic sapphire, to the circular-shape colourless gem sides and curved shoulders. An Edwardian oval mahogany two tier occasional table, the square section tapering supports with bell flower inlaid decoration, united by undertier. An unusual Art Deco burr maple writing desk, the top with a raised single end shelf above three drawers, with circular chrome handles, and a single hinged end drop leaf panel opening to reveal two fitted shelves. An Art Deco satin birch demi lune cocktail cabinet, with two doors opening to reveal a mirrored interior above pull out slide and two further cupboard doors. A Regency mahogany chiffonier, with two open shelves fitted with lattice brass gallery and side panels over a frieze drawer and two doors with silk pleated oval panels, on turned tapered legs and fitted brass castors. A Regency mahogany dwarf bookcase, with three frieze drawers over central open shelves flanked by cupboards, with ring turned fluted columns on turned feet. A George III mahogany drum top library table, with tooled green leather skiver, four frieze and four dummy drawers, on turned stem and moulded downswept legs with fitted brass caps and castors. A Louis XVI tulipwood combined writing and games table, the reversible rectangular top with brown leather skiver and ivory and ebony chessboard, opening to display a stained ivory and ebony interior for Tric Trac over a drawer, on square cabriole legs. A fine George III Chippendale carved and giltwood wall mirror, of triple plate design set within a foliate scroll carved frame with restrained chinoiserie motifs. A George II mahogany combined tea, card and games table, with eared triple folding top opening to reveal baize lined card table with dished recesses and an inlaid games table with ratchetted lid and compartment, on club legs. A late Victorian octagonal silver lockable trinket box, with compartmental interior and lid embossed with roses and central glazed hinged oval panel now containing a cameo carved with the bust of a lady to sinister. A 1930’s Art Deco silver and green guilloche enamel four piece dressing table set by Mappin & Webb, comprising three brushes and a hand mirror. A George IV silver snuff box by Thomas Shaw, of rectangular bombe shape, with engraved inscription to base and embossed with foliate decoration, the lid with figures and horse amongst scrolls. A 1920’s Austrian 935 standard silver and blue guilloche enamel rectangular trinket box, the lis with inlaid silver scrolling decoration and central inset oval panel painted with figures in a countryside scene. Similar Posts: