We offer probate valuation service in all Staffordshire areas including – Newcastle-under-Lyme Cannock Stafford Burton-upon-Trent Burntwood Kidsgrove Lichfield Rugeley Great Wyrley Leek 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 late Victorian bloodstone seal fob, well modelled as a greyhound’s head, with ruby set eyes, the circular bloodstone base engraved with a crest. A Victorian rosewood Sutherland table, the oval top with twin drop leaves, raised on reeded octagonal supports and four down swept legs, with white ceramic castors. A Victorian rosewood supper table, the hinged circular top raised on a tapered column and three scroll carved down swept supports, with foliate carved details and castors. A Victorian silver vinaigrette of shaped rectangular form, with engraved decoration, suspension loop, hinged cover with engraved monogram, opening to reveal a gilded interior with hinged pierced and engraved foliate grille. A Chinese dark wood jardiniere stand, Qing Dynasty, the square top with a mottled red and white marble insert, above a foliate carved and pierced scroll frieze, raised on square section supports with claw and ball feet. An early 20th century mahogany writing table, the later inset top within a gadrooned edge over five frieze drawers fitted with brass swan-neck handles, raised on well shaped cabriole legs terminating in a ball and claw foot. A 9ct gold watch chain, of graduated solid curb links, with a T bar and a swivel. 28.6 grams. A pair of Royal Crown Derby flared hexagonal vases, printed and painted with fanciful birds, on a cobalt blue ground, applied in gilt scattered leaves and berries, wavy rim. A Royal Crown Derby shaped square tea caddy and cover, painted with summer flowers within a gilt cartouche, on an emerald ground, scroll feet. A cabochon sapphire and diamond 18 carat gold cluster ring, the nineteen diamonds, one setting vacant, totalling approximately 48 carats. A George IV mahogany oval brass bound cellerette on stand, with side swing handles, opening to reveal a lined interior, raised on four channel moulded short legs terminating in brass castors. An 18ct gold opal and diamond cluster ring, the oval opal cabochon to the brilliant-cut diamond scalloped surround, to the bifurcated shoulders and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.55ct. Hallmarks for Birmingham. A Victorian upholstered nursing chair, ebonized frame on turned legs with casters. A pair of emerald and diamond drop earrings, the step cut emerald enclosed by twenty single cut diamonds, to a suspension of two single cuts, to a fitting set with five single cuts. A George V silver compact of rectangular form, with engine-turned decoration, suspension loop, hinged cover and gilded interior with mirror and powder compartment. A mid-19th century Russian St. Petersburg porcelain vase moulded with leaves, with boldly painted chinoiserie figures, birds and flowers and ‘Haysan Thee’, on a rococo moulded base. A cased set of six coffee spoons, Australian, set with single opals, the ends decorated with lyre birds. An early 19th century Scottish silver and agate vinaigrette of oval form, hinged cover with agate insert, opening to reveal a gilded interior with hinged floral engraved grille. A 1912 gold half sovereign. A platinum diamond three-stone ring, designed as three brilliant-cut diamonds, to the asymmetric curved shoulders. Estimated total diamond weight 0.70ct. Similar Posts: