We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all East Dunbartonshire areas including– Lennoxtown Lenzie Milngavie Auchenhowie Auchinairn Auchinreoch Baldernock 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 Chinese white metal incense burner, heavily cast with dragons chasing a flaming pearl, raised on three pad feet, the base with a four character mark. A pair of late 20th century cold-painted bronze pin cushions, cast in the form of elephants. A late 19th century Black Forest musical hall bench, the floral carved hinged seat enclosing a 6cm cylinder, supported by two carved standing bears with amber glass eyes. A fine Victorian century ivory cased needlework case, of rectangular form and fitted with gilded tools including two pairs of scissors, pencil, etui, fid, fine hook, knife and thimble. A Chinese blue and white cylindrical porcelain bulb vase, the pierced body decorated with the eight immortals within a blossoming landscape, Qianlong mark to base. A late Victorian aesthetic movement octagonal mahogany table, on ring turned baluster supports united by an under tier and turned X stretcher, raised on fluted legs and ceramic casters. A 14ct. White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, with a central diamond surrounded by a tier of sapphires and a tier of diamonds and with diamond shoulders. An early 19th Century oak Welsh linen press With a cavetto cornice above a plain mahogany frieze flanked by two bullseye roundels, above two panelled cupboard doors enclosing two later fitted shelves, between two out set spirally lobbed and ring turned uprights. The lower part with two short cock beaded faux drawers and two long cock beaded drawers, each with turned wooden handles. A silver Arctic medal 1818-1855, designed by Leonard Charles Wyon, octagonal form, reverse cast with a three masted ship “For Arctic Discoveries”, obverse depicting Queen Victoria to left, within beaded rims, star suspension with loop and ivory colour ribbon. An 18th Century oval oak drop leaf dining table with later alterations The plank top above two frieze drawers, each with turned wooden handles raised on baluster and ring turned supports with plain cross stretchers and block feet. A George III Oak and Mahogany Cross Banded Clock, the hood with a pagoda cresting above a painted glass frieze and with turned reeded pilasters with a shaped door and conforming plinth base, the brass dial with silvered chapter ring and inscribed William Lawton Newton with Arabic and Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, and with two train eight day movement striking on a gong. A cinnamon lacquer jewellery box, shaped in the form of a butterfly and decorated in low-relief with flowers. A Victorian mahogany hall bench, the rectangular seat with moulded edge and cut off corners inlaid with later corner fan patterae, raised on tapering ring turned supports. A Rolex Oyster Perpetual two colour gold and stainless steel ladies wristwatch, circular white dial with baton numerals. A mid size Cartier stainless steel automatic bracelet watch. White enamel dial with Roman numerals in chapter ring, date aperture, bezel set with eight alternating diamonds and screws, faceted sapphire set button, case and bracelet signed Cartier. A sapphire and diamond dress ring, with a platted central setting flanked by diamonds, in an 18ct gold band. 4.5 grams. A Baltic medal 1854 -1855, designed by Leonard Charles Wyon, reverse cast with Britannia, obverse with Queen Victoria left, on a blue and yellow ribbon. An 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring, with fine high claw set stone with diamond set collar and shoulder, total weight 1.49ct. An 18ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Ring, with a central oval sapphire surrounded by diamonds and with diamond shoulders. An 18ct yellow gold bangle, set with multiple diamond flowerhead clusters divided by three-stone bands, total weight 0.94ct. Similar Posts: