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Probate Valuation Services

Jewellery Valuation

Jewellery is one of the assets the HMRC want valued and included for inheritance tax purposes. When valuing chattels of an estate for probate an executer must include Jewellery owned by the deceased. Our probate jewellery valuation is determined by the sum likely to be achieved at auction or by selling the Jewellery to the trade. To make up this assessment are factors such as:

  • Quality
  • Age
  • Condition
  • Precious metal value
  • Industry trends/tastes
  • State of wear

Probate Property Solutions value an assortment of jewellery. This includes Gold, silver and platinum types of jewellery, high end watches and other rare items from jewellery makers. PPS always include our valuation as part of our fixed probate valuation fee.  This service incurs no extra charge.


How does the jewellery for probate valuation work?

Once instructed, you can send photos and provide Probate Property Services with information. From there we will accurately value your jewellery as well as producing the required reports.

Can you value jewellery for probate?

Yes. We can value custom jewellery and due to the metals or jewels used it can be valuable in some cases.

Can you identify rare or valuable watches for probate?

Yes. We can accurately value both rare watches and regular watches for probate and provide their true value.


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