We offer probate valuation service in all Staffordshire areas including – Hartshill Heron Cross Lightwood Longport Longton Meir Staffordshire Middleport Milton Norton le Moors Penkhull Shelton Sideway 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 ruby and enamel pheasant brooch of tricolour design, the textured pheasant, with raised head and tail, the ruby cabochon eye with red enamel surround. A small collection of silver and silver coloured jewellery, comprising; two rings; a pendant and earring set; two pendants; two pendants on chains; and a bangle. A pair of Bohemian slender glass portrait vases, late 19th century, the green glass finely painted with oval panels of the head and shoulders of a young female, intricate floral gilding to the neck and foot rim. An 18 carat yellow gold, platinum, and three stone diamond crossover ring, set three graduated stones. A quartz and split pearl cluster ring, the oval-shape foil-back quartz, within a split pearl surround, to the trifurcated shoulders and tapered band. A silver and lapis lazuli articulated three stone pendant, suspended on a silver chain, together with a silver and lapis lazuli ring. A 14 carat yellow gold and diamond cluster ring, set central marquise cut diamond within a raised setting, flanked by tapering baguette cut diamonds, the shoulders channel set with sixteen round cut diamonds. A pair of 18ct gold diamond ear studs, each of pear-shape outline, with a brilliant-cut diamond border. Estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct. Hallmarks for London, 2001. An early 20th century Chinese hardwood jewellery cabinet, having inset pierced jade panels of oval and rectangular form, the twin doors opening to reveal ring drawers. A sapphire and diamond line bracelet, indistinctly marked to the tongue of the clasp, the thirty one oval cut sapphires with pairs of brilliant cut diamonds in between, the sixty two diamonds totalling approximately 0.3 carats. An early 20th century 18ct gold gem-set floral pendant of openwork design, comprising three garnet cabochon floral fronds, with seed pearl drop and highlight, suspended from trace-link chains to the floral surmount. French assay marks. A 9ct gold belcher chain, 25.13g. A 9ct gold belcher chain, 18.97g. A half sovereign dated 1897, in a 9ct gold mount and chain, 8.96g. A continental white metal basket, the four panels decorated with scenes of a king and his courtiers and a feast, on four splayed scrollwork legs. A late Victorian 9ct gold fob, formed as a cross with plain cartouche attached to an Albert watch chain with T-bar end with each link marked 9ct. A 9ct gold heavy link bracelet, set with small stones to include turquoise with heart shaped clasp and two sized links. 12.5 grams. A Baccarat millefiori paperweight, mid-19th century, the panes closely packed and one strand decorated with a dog. A Dutch silver table bell, date mark 1847, the bell with engraved scroll decoration and screw handle, with internal brass bell. An early 20th Century enamel two-piece buckle, set with various flowers, scrolls and shapes, predominantly in blue, orange and red, with central clasp and metal backs, on a base metal ground. Similar Posts: