We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all North Lanarkshire areas including– Glenmavis Greengairs Hareshaw Harthill Holytown Longriggend Luggiebank 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 late 19th century amethyst and split pearl mourning brooch. The central oval-shape foil-backed amethyst with split pearls and circular amethyst surround, to the glazed hair panel to the reverse. A light blue ground Tabriz rug, having floral tear drop medallion to centre on a scrolling foliate ground, within many borders, fringed. A Victorian yew wood and elm high back Windsor chair, narrow arms, wheel splat, saddle seat, turned legs with crinoline stretchers. A graduated amber bead necklace, composed of disc shaped amber beads, on a knotted string, to the clasp set with an oval shaped amber cabochon. A Victorian turned ivory desk seal, with a flattened top ovoid pommel, the steel head with an oblong matrix engraved with a crest and WN beneath. A pair of Masthead, Seahorse trademarked, copper and brass lamps, with curved ribbed glass, converted to electric. A Louis XVI style satinwood and mahogany writing table, oval top with marquetry decoration within banding and stringing, fitted with a single frieze drawer, writing slide over, gilt meal appliqués, square tapering legs. A mid Victorian 18ct gold, enamel and split pearl memorial brooch. Comprising a split pearl, to the split pearl accent scrolling foliate and black enamel, interwoven loop surround. A Victorian mahogany pedestal table, rectangular tilt top with rounded corners, ringed column on four splayed legs, lion paw toes. A quantity of Royal Worcester blue and white dinner plates, decorated with dragons amongst stylised clouds, bears factory mark to bases. A pair of George III mahogany slope front cutlery boxes, curved and breakfront design, fitted interiors. A Chinese jade figural carving modelled as an amphibian creature on a dragon’s back. An antique 18 carat gold diamond brooch, the old brilliant cut diamonds of good colour, centre stone estimated to weigh approx 0.25 carat. A mid-20th century Gurkha Kukri knife with a turned wooden handle, in a leather and bronze sheath. A Crowan pottery tea service, decorated with brush strokes of blue on a pale grey ground, to include four cups, three saucers, tea pot, jug and sugar bowl. An early to mid 20th century 18 carat yellow gold, platinum and diamond floral cluster ring, set eight round cut diamonds of approx. 1.40 carats combined. A pair of ivory cylindrical boxes, circa 1900, with turned finials to the flat pull-off cover, the pewter foliate mounts with amber cabochon. A 9 carat yellow gold, garnet, amethyst, and diamond kite-shaped cluster ring. A 19th century miniature oil on ivory portrait depicting a gentleman in a black coat within a gilt metal mounted and ebonized frame. A late 19th century gold memorial brooch. Designed as a marquise-shape onyx set to the central star-shape with split pearls, to the beaded and rope-twist surround and glazed panel to the reverse. Similar Posts: