We offer probate valuation service in all Warwickshire areas including – Keresley Kings Heath Kings Norton Kingshurst Kingswinford Knowle Lapworth Leamington Spa Lickey 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 Chinese famille rose vase, 19th century, depicting a General of the Jin dynasty and other scenes, with extensive calligraphy. A pair of Cantonese vases, circa 1880, painted with warriors in bright enamels and between bronzed banded applied with Chilong. A cultured pearl necklace of sixty-eight pearls of nearly equal size, on a 9 carat gold snap clasp. A Victorian Tunbridge ware and ebony tea caddy, by Thomas Barton, the lid centred with a perspective cube panel, the body decorated with a band of flowers, with circular label to base. An 18 carat yellow gold, diamond, and aquamarine triple cluster ring. A pair of diamond pave set drop earrings set in 18 carat white gold. A George IV mahogany and rosewood banded pedestal tea table, the rectangular fold over top with rounded corners and swivel action above a plain frieze, raised on turned stem and four outswept supports with cast gilt brass toes on casters. A pair of silver table candlesticks with knopped stems upon shaped, square bases, Sheffield 1902. An Edwardian gold fringe necklace with seven graduated oval opals and tiny rubies. An early Victorian plum pudding mahogany centre table, the circular shaped top with moulded and foliate carved edge above three frieze drawers with shaped fronts, raised on turned bulbous carved stems and three pierced foliate carved supports. An Art Nouveau silver trinket box, embossed with angel’s head to top, gilt interior, hallmarked Henry Matthews Birmingham 1902. A Regency mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with four graduated ebony strung long drawers with gilt brass knob handles, above a shaped apron on splayed bracket feet. A ruby and diamond dress ring, the central claw set ruby within a surround of sixteen diamonds, set to a yellow metal band. An early 20th century military brass drum for the Gloucestershire Regiment, decorated with battle honours. An eight strand pearl bracelet, having an 18 carat yellow gold and diamond bow-shaped clasp. A 19th century French mahogany barrel organ, the front with ormolu mounted side pilasters, the hinged top with printed tune sheet. A Chinese blue and white tureen and cover, Qianlong, painted with buildings and pagodas on islands. An Edwardian circle brooch with eight sapphires and eight pearls, with diamond brilliants, in gold fronted with silver. A 19th century rectangular Tunbridge ware box, the lid decorated with a view of Herstmonceux Castle, within a floral mosaic border. A Japanese porcelain Vase of slender ovoid form rising to a slightly everted mouth, covered in a mirror black glaze and decorated in gilding with reserves of sparrows and finches amid peonies and chrysanthemum, all beneath an asa-no-ha band around the neck, marked in the base in enamel “Mune” within a lozenge-shaped reserve. Similar Posts: