We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all West Dunbartonshire areas including– Duntocher Faifley Gartocharn Hardgate Jamestown ITG Provide confirmation/probate valuations in accordance with HMRC guidelines.
Confirmation 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 Confirmation 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 Qashqai rug, the central hexagonal medallion within a dark madder field with all over floral and foliate decoration, with columnar borders with horse’s head capitals and dark blue floral and foliate spandrels, each with an ivory four-leaf medallion, within dark brown floral and narrow meander and barber’s pole borders. A Persian rug the madder ground with a repeating pattern of hooked lozenge medallions and miniature floral pendant and bird’s head motifs, worked in ivory, shades of blue, dark yellow, olive green, pink and apple green, within multiple borders. A 19th century French carved giltwood mirror the naturalistic wood frame with wrapped ribbon and entwined floral decoration, around the original bevelled plate, the arched floral and foliate mount over an oval floral etched mirror. A 14ct white gold ring, set with triangular tanzanite flanked by five small diamonds to each shoulder. A George III mahogany Chippendale style ladder back chair, the back with four pierced interlaced bars between shaped uprights, over a floral gros point drop-in seat, on channel moulded front legs with H-stretcher. A pair of Italian composite stone columns the tapered circular columns with lappet capitals over a swagged band, on a stepped circular base. An Italian cedar and pokerwork cassone 17th century and later, the planked top with later moulded oak edge, the underside with pokerwork and blind carved decoration depicting courtly figures in landscapes, a pair of winged holding a mirror form cartouche and a mythical musician, with iron strap hinges, the front panel with pierced iron lock plate and similar carved and pokerwork decoration, centred by two panelled scenes with soldiers in landscapes, the surrounding borders with courtly musicians, lions and mythical figures, the sides also with pokerwork decoration, on a later oak plinth with turned toupie feet. A mid-18th century banded oak, beech and elm dresser the three shelf plate rack with stepped moulded pediment and later closed back, over a boxwood and ebony banded base with moulded top, three drawers with brass swan’s neck handles and mask escutcheons, over a shaped apron, raised on cabriole style front legs and plain back legs. A good Regency Channel Islands inlaid mahogany linen press, the flared moulded pediment with brass, boxwood and rosewood inlaid tablet to the frieze, over a pair of recessed arched and cut cornered panelled doors with rosewood cross banding and ivory urn escutcheons, gilt brass joint strip, enclosing three mahogany slides, the base with three long graduated drawers with conforming escutcheons and gilt brass rosette ring handles, on bracket feet united by a scalloped apron. A 19th century walnut kneehole desk in the Queen Anne style, the quarter veneered and cross banded top over an arched kneehole with recessed cupboard, flanked by two sets of three graduated drawers with brass swan neck handles, on ogee bracket feet. A Victorian gilded cast iron swing mirror with dark brown patination throughout, the oval plate within a pierced ivy covered frame, on conforming foliate scroll mounts to a pierced foliate base with shell dish to centre. An early George III mahogany banded oak bureau with brushing slide the mahogany cross banded fall enclosing a fitted interior with adjustable pigeon holes over four shallow drawers, flanking a central cross banded cupboard and two concealed pilaster drawers, the base with brushing slide and one shallow long drawer over two short and two further long graduated drawers, with oval lion mask brasses and cut corner escutcheons, on shaped bracket feet. A pair of early 19th century mahogany armorial crested hall chairs the lobed tablet form backs centred with brass carrying handles and painted armorial crests within reeded circular frames, depicting a dexter arm embowed, the hand gauntleted grasping a battle-axe, over solid seats and turned baluster front legs and sabre back legs. A Regency and later mahogany twin pedestal dining table the reeded edge top opening on a pull-out mechanism with two additional leaves, on ring turned gun barrel columns to three swept reeded supports with brass cap casters. An early 19th century campaign style brass bound teak cellarette probably Anglo-Indian, of square form, the interior with fitted teak bottle rack, iron carrying handles to sides, on a plain mahogany stand with peripheral stretchers. An Ackerman & Fritze Royal Vienna covered vase on stand c.1905, of urn form on pedestal base with twin foliate handles, alternating panels of hand painted decoration depicting courting couples in gardens and floral sprays on a black ground, enriched with gilded borders, with separate square stand with conforming decoration, blue beehive mark to base and stand. An early Victorian rosewood show frame ladies chair the shaped, tall spoon back over a stuff over seat, raised on slender turned front legs and swept back legs. An early 18th century cross banded walnut lowboy the quarter veneered and walnut cross banded top over three cross banded drawers with the original cartouche form brasses and oak linings, over a shaped arched kneehole, raised on carved beech cabriole legs with pad feet. An early Victorian carved walnut chaise lounge chair, the moulded serpentine scroll back with pierced foliate carving, the stuff over seat in ivory silk damask with a scroll show frame arm, on turned legs with brass and china casters. A good and large antique American Sarouk carpet early 20th century, originally retailed by Maple & Co. The red ground with central four pointed dark blue medallion centred by an oval floral rosette, pendants with tendrils issuing from either end, light blue floral and foliate spandrels, within a broad floral meander border and multiple narrow borders. Similar Posts: