We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Midlothian areas including– Auchendinny Bilston Bonnyrigg Borthwick Cousland Carrington Dalkeith Danderhall 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 Peking glass painted snuff bottle with an orange body, bears four character Qianlong style mark to base. A Regency mahogany cased bracket clock, the eight day fusee movement with arched silvered dial, with scrolls and leaves, the case with domed top, pierced silvered grills to the sides. A 19th century leather covered box, the leather covered lift off top decorated with leaves, to an oak base with bun feet. An Art Nouveau glass decanter with silver coloured metal overlay, flowing ribbon and flower design with further engraved decoration. An Arctic fox long-length fur coat by Maxwell Croft, off-white tipped black, deep collar. A 19th century blanc de chine oval bevel glass wall mirror, surmounted in relief with a pair of angels holding a floral garland, with further roses and foliage around the border, underglaze double blue cross. A 1980’s Yves St Laurent ladies bag, in black with tan stripe, with gilt oval logo and shoulder strap, together with small matching purse. An Art Deco heavy cut glass boudoir set comprising a scent bottle, perfume bottle with atomiser and lozenge-shaped box and cover. A Chinese white metal incense burner in the form of a dragon seated upon a Stupa base, bears a six character Xuande style mark to base. An Antique mahogany snooker marker, having a central blackboard, with rolling score marker above and below, with sliding mother of pearl inlaid score marks for white, red and yellow. A Continental porcelain pin dish with brass flower and ribbon shaped handles, brass rim and foot, pink and green diamond trellis pattern. A late Victorian old cut graduated diamond three stone ring, claw set in an 18 carat yellow gold band. A 19th century rosewood writing box, with cut brass inlay, the interior fitted with a writing surface and compartments. A fine quality cut glass vase of urnular form, the body cut with flower heads and the base with spiral fluting. A 19th century hardwood walking stick, with burr pommel, the handle wrapped with a gold toned metal forming a snake. A black slate and amber coloured hardstone chess board upon a wooden stand; together with a collection of various green hardstone jade type chess pieces. A 1930’s vintage moleskin fur jacket with heightened brown sable fur collar and cuffed sleeves, with black embossed lining. A Chinese Doucai soup bowl, decorated with dragons chasing pearls, bears a six character Yongzheng style mark to base. A pair of 18th century style porcelain figural chamber sticks, bearing a gold anchor mark. A silver mounted claret jug, the glass body etched on both sides with children harvesting grapes, surrounded by berry briars and a swallow above. Similar Posts: