We offer probate valuation service in all West Midlands areas including – Rowley Regis Rushall Ryton On Dunsmore Sandwell Sedgley Selly Oak Shelley Shirley Small Heath Smethwick 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 early 20th century Satsuma moon flask painted on one side with three figures constructing a water butt, the reverse with Fukurokuju and children, butterfly vignettes on the narrower sides. An 18th century style serpentine mahogany chest, of four long cockbeaded drawers under a pull-out brushing slide, between blind fret canted front corners, raised on ogee shaped bracket feet. A late 18th century German stained oak domed lid trunk, with strap and pierced metal decoration to the lid and front, bears date 1791, and initials ‘A.N & N.O’ with side iron swing handles, opening to reveal a vacant interior. A large Victorian cabochon garnet pendant, the large oval cabochon garnet within a white enamel and gold mount with pellet border and articulated tassel drops, with glazed locket compartment to reverse. An 18ct gold diamond three-stone ring, the graduated brilliant-cut diamond line to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.65ct. A pair of blue topaz and diamond floral ear pendants, each designed as a brilliant-cut diamond within a pear-shape blue topaz petal surround, suspended from a similarly-cut diamond surmount. A 9ct gold diamond single-stone ring. The brilliant-cut diamond, to the plain band. Estimated diamond weight 0.05ct. Hallmarks for London, 1977. A George III mahogany and boxwood lined tea caddy, the hinged cover with white metal octagonal shaped handle, opening to a fitted interior of lidded compartment and Bristol blue glass mixing bowl, with oval shaped ivory escutcheon. A mid 20th century 18ct gold and platinum diamond three-stone ring. The graduated brilliant-cut diamond diagonal line, with single-cut diamond curved shoulders, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.35ct. A late 19th century French ormolu and porcelain mounted mantle clock, the circular dial with Roman numerals and painted mermaid decoration, the twin train movement stamped ‘OPPENHEIM 238’ striking on a bell, no longer present, within an architectural case, with urn shaped surmount and four bun feet. A 19th century French Aubusson rug, decorated with central floral medallion on a cream ground, multi-bordered. An 18th century style walnut wall mirror, with arched shell moulded pediment over a hand painted frieze of summer blooms, above a rectangular landscape mirror in a cushion moulded frame. A Victorian enclosed armchair, with winged back and bowed front seat rail, on short rosewood grained turned front legs fitted with Copes patent brass castors. A mid 20th century tourmaline and cultured pearl brooch, the oval-shape orangey-pink tourmaline, within a cultured pearl intertwined loop surround. A Victorian silver salt of circular form, with pierced foliate decoration, engraved armorial crest, scroll and shell border and foliate pad feet, blue glass liner. A mid 19th century ouroboros suspension loop, designed as a snake or serpent, biting its own tail, with engraved detail. 3.2 grams. A Tissot gentleman’s 9ct yellow gold wristwatch, quartz movement, baton numerals, having black leather strap. A Yixing tea pot and cover, the broad shoulders of the flattened beehive shape inscribed on one side opposite a mountainous landscape, the base with a four character seal mark and the lid interior with two seals. A flambe arrow vase, seal mark of Qianlong, the baluster shape of rectangular section, the corners streaked in lavendar shades the red broader sides moulded with peach forms in low relief. A Chinese copper red water pot decorated with floral and geometric designs, bears a six character Daoguang mark to base. Similar Posts: