We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all West Dunbartonshire areas including– Crosslet Duncryne Edinbarnet Lorn Milton Old Kilpatrick Ross 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 yellow ground Japanese cloisonné censer Meiji period, raised on three tapered tripod supports, decorated to one side with a brightly coloured Ho-Ho bird in fine silver cloisons. A three stone diamond ring, the illusion set stones on a yellow metal band stamped 18ct. 3 grams. A Japanese cloisonné silver wired vase Meiji period, of tapered ovoid form, the dark green and goldstone ground decorated all over with butterflies and moths. A yellow metal charm bracelet, marked 375, with many of its twenty-eight charms either mark as 9ct or bearing similar purity mark. 43 grams. A silver wired Japanese cloisonné baluster vase Meiji period, the pale blue ground decorated within silver wire with six lappets containing alternate blue dragons and Ho-Ho birds on a white ground, beneath a broad, pale mushroom band at the shoulder with flowers and foliage and further decoration to the waisted neck and flared foot. An oval section Japanese cloisonné box early 20th century, with hinged lid and raised on four ball feet, the white ground with all-over brass wire C-scrolls and a central, vertical stem of varicoloured flowers and buds, the blue enamel interior with a central division. A seven stone sapphire and diamond dress ring, of V-form and 9ct gold band, together with another sapphire and diamond ring. 4.5 grams total. A pair of Japanese musen wireless cloisonné vases Meiji period, of slender ovoid form, with shaded pale grey grounds, one with a white full moon surrounded by dark grey clouds, the other, Mount Fuji with a pale pink dawn sky arising from behind. An American 19th century rosewood and parcel gilt octagonal wall clock with Roman painted dial signed ‘Patent Lever Escapement’, eight day movement, the octagonal radially veneered case with original engraved maker’s paper to back with eagle trademark holding a dial lettered ‘Time is Money’. An Edwardian silver cased bedside timepiece, embossed with cherubs, C scrolls and vacant cartouche, the french brass movement with white enamel dial marked Roman numerals. A Japanese cloisonné silver wired vase Meiji period, of four sided baluster form, tapering to a circular foot, the dark blue ground with goldstone flecks and decorated with a bird in flight by a tree and peonies. A late Victorian brown leather photograph album with geometric cover and floral print leaves containing monochrome portraits. An Oskar Emil gentleman’s automatic wristwatch, with an electroplated yellow metal strap, the black dial with date aperture and luminous baton numerals, with box. A fine quality Japanese cloisonné bowl with internal decoration Meiji period, of twelve lobed form with scalloped rim, decorated overall with very fine C-scrolls, various flowers and geometric motifs within circular reserves, all above a band of slender arches in mottled olive with central blue lines. A pair of Japanese cloisonné silver wired long necked bottle vases the tapered bodies with fine silver wire depicting pigeons in flight and on the ground amidst sparse foliage, on a cream ground, the slightly flared necks with a band of stylised flowers on a grey/green ground and the flared foot rims with vertical, alternate panels of red and ochre. A Cartier Tank 18ct and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, champagne dial marked roman numerals with date aperture, back plate stamped and marked Cartier International Service. A Victorian silver inkstand of circular form modelled as a lily pad upon a pond with naturalistic stem pen holder and bud inkwell with detachable cover and clear glass liner. A 19th century Chinese blue and white brush holder, modelled in the form of a rocky outcrop with two figures seated at the base. A Japanese Meiji period tobacco pouch embroidered with a sea eagle, white metal mounted with Mount Fuji thumb piece, the ivory Manju netsuke finely carved with multiple flower heads attached by a nine strand chain. A diamond and ruby seven stone ring, the shaped band marked as 9ct gold, together with another ruby and diamond dress ring. 5.5 grams total. Similar Posts: