We offer probate valuation service in all North Yorkshire areas including –North Cowton North Duffield North Stainley Northallerton Norton Nunnington Oldstead Osmotherley Oswaldkirk Otley Ovington Pannal Pateley Bridge Pickering Piercebridge Pocklington Ramsgill 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. A diamond three ring set the central ring set with a cluster of nine princess cut diamonds, the outer rings fitted around the central ring, one set with five brilliant cut diamonds, the other without diamonds, all three in eighteen carat yellow and white gold. A fine Victorian portrait brooch hand painted to depict a man and child with a drum, in an ornate ribbon design border, unmarked, probably fifteen carat gold. A pair of red gem set drop earrings with a circular section suspended on a beaded chain, below a cabochon red gem, in eighteen carat gold. A pair of almandine garnet and seed pearl drop earrings of floral form, each set with four oval cut garnets with a central seed pearl, suspended below a further seed pearl. A Japanese carved and painted pine Daruma doll, 19th century, with remnants of polychrome decoration, 32cm, associated wood stand. A fine Japanese Satsuma pottery cup and saucer, signed Shoko Takebe, Meiji period, each piece painted with figures in a procession on a gilt dotted ground, the well of the saucer painted with butterflies, four character seal mark to base. A Japanese Satsuma pottery fluted bowl, signed Kozan, Meiji period, the interior painted with figures and objects to circular medallions, with panelled borders of wisteria and flowers inside and out, six character gilt square seal mark to base. A pair of Japanese silver wire cloisonne enamel ‘dragon’ vases, Meiji period, each decorated with a three claw dragon on a midnight blue ground, gilt rims and cast marks to base. A Japanese bronze bowl and stand, 19th century, the stepped circular bowl cast in relief with archaistic phoenixes amid clouds, three character cast signature to base of bowl, the stand modelled as a three clawed dragon. A Japanese ivory brush pot, late 19th century, carved in high relief with three sages and attendants in a bamboo grove, 16cm, old repairs to base and base panel lacking. A pair of large Japanese bronze bottle vases, late 19th century, the lobed bodies cast in relief with birds amid branches and the necks with three claw dragons, 47cm, Chinese rosewood stands. A Japanese ivory cane or parasol handle, early 20th century, carved in high relief with seventeen noh masks of characters from the Kabuki theatre, engraved signature to each side. A Chinese export blue and white jug and cover, Kangxi period, painted with figures of the Four Beauties in a garden setting, with European gilt metal mounts to the cover and hinge. A Chinese vase decorated in colours with lotus flowers, foliage, keywork scrolls and taotie masks on a turquoise ground, crenellated borders, engraved six character mark. A pair of Chinese blue and cafe au lait glazed ‘mountain peak’ brush rests, 18th century, the bases pierced and moulded with bats and leaves. An unusual Chinese export blue and white oval desk stand, first half 18th century, with four circular apertures to the top and a lion mask ring handle to each side, painted with flowers and foliage, on three quatrefoil shaped feet. A pair of Chinese famille rose bowls, Qianlong period, each painted to the interior with a peony, the exterior with peonies, fruit and scrolls, cellular and floral lappets. A Chinese export famille rose punch bowl, Qianlong period, painted with ‘Deutsche Blumen’ bouquets, the interior with a chainlink border. A pair of Chinese export famille rose ovoid vases, late Qianlong period, each painted with figures on boats in mountainous river landscapes to scrolling reserves on a flower and foliate underglaze blue and iron red decorated ground. A Chinese famille verte dish, Kangxi period, painted to the centre with a chrysanthemum medallion within panels of flowers and foliage, the border with diaper and foliate reserves. Similar Posts: