We offer probate valuation service in all Derbyshire areas including – Heatherton Village Litchurch Little Chester Littleover Mackworth Markeaton Mickleover New Zealand 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 Royal Worcester octagonal moon flask, in the Japanese manner with landscape in underglaze blue and gilt cranes in flight, the border in relief with tendrils, with fretwork handles. An early 20th century 15ct gold gem-set pendant. Of openwork design, the pear-shape peridot, suspended from a peridot, demantoid garnet and split pearl stylised foliate panel. A 19th century Chinese Imperial porcelain bowl painted with yellow five-toed dragons chasing pearls on blue ground – underglazed blue six character Tongzhi mark. A French Empire style mahogany torchere with square rouge marble inset top over a pressed gilt metal frieze on four slender square tapering splay legs, untied by an upturned X-stretcher with gilt metal finial. A diamond and ruby dress ring. The old-cut diamond and cushion-shape ruby sides, to the old-cut diamond two-stone terminals and 22ct gold band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct. A late Charles II carved walnut elbow chair, the roundel carved top rail over a woven cane back splat between spiral turned uprights, above a re-caned seat between leaf carved open arms on spiral turned and block front supports, united by a carved front stretcher. A Royal Worcester figure, of an Italian, he stands wearing a pointed hat, holding a horn, canted base, picked out in gilt. A Chinese porcelain vase decorated in bright enamels with bats and symbols, blue seal mark to base. A good quality mid-18th century Chinese export famille rose punch bowl decorated in the Mandarin palette with domestic scenes, diaper, scale, chain and floral scroll borders. A George III mahogany and brass bound octagonal shaped wine cooler and stand, the hinged octagonal shaped top above slightly tapered sides set with oval brass carrying handles, on a base with arcaded detail and four tapered square supports with reeded detail and square feet resting on castors. An emerald and cultured pearl necklace. The late 19th century gold scrolling panel, with vari-shape foil-back emerald and seed pearl detail. A Victorian burr walnut side table, quarter-veneered top of serpentine-shape, on moulded and pierced end supports with turned and reeded stretcher. A pair of Royal Worcester pedestal ovoid vases, the oval cartouches painted in the manner of Birket Foster, the cobalt blue ground with gilt foliage, ribbon tied ring handles. An early 20th century brass and onyx three light telescopic standard lamp in the Neo Classical style, the fluted column with foliate cast collar and onyx centre section supported by three scrolling branches, raised on three rams mask and acanthus cast supports with hoof feet. An emerald and diamond cluster pendant, with chain. The oval-shape emerald, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, suspended from a tapered surmount loop and fancy-link chain. Estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct. A Royal Worcester James Hadley two-handled pedestal baluster vase, painted with tulips and foliage, leafy handles, the neck in relief with tendrils. A mid-18th century Chinese export teapot and cover with moulded floral and lily pad decoration and famille rose stiff leaf decoration. A 19th century satinwood Davenport, the rectangular top with three quarter gallery above a leather lined writing slope, opening to a fitted interior of two small drawers and two false drawers, with small stationery drawer fitted to the side, the whole sliding forward on a base fitted with brush slides, three graduated drawers backed by false drawers, raised on gadroon carved bun feet with recessed castors. A late 19th century mahogany stick stand, of rectangular form, the upper section with twelve square shaped divisions supported on cylindrical columns, the base with japanned metal three division drip tray. A pair of late 19th century Wedgwood blue jasper ware vases of classical two-handled form, decorated with trophies and classical female figures – impressed marks ‘Wedgwood England’. Similar Posts: