We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Stirlingshire areas including– Stirling St Ninians Standburn Stenhousemuir Stoneywood Strathblane Throsk Torrance Torwood Touch Wallacestone Cambusbarron 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 citrine and diamond cocktail ring, platinum shank, square step cut citrine surrounded by brilliant cut diamonds and diamond chips to the shoulders. A long carved wood Victorian panelled log box or storage box. Carved with cherubs and foliate swags at sides and having printed central panel at front. A Victorian oak blotter pad, the leather folio with oak front carved in gothic strap work design, and with central Prince of Wales feathers. A vintage painted metal and brass Railway oil lamp, of circular form with hinged cover enclosing reservoir and burner. A modern Indian white metal and ruby glass storm candlestick, supported on a fluted column and circular base. A pair of late 18th century French Neo-Rococo candlesticks, cast throughout with C scroll flowers and insects on serpentine bases. A pair of late 19th century bronze and gilt brass candelabra, each modelled with three foliate sconce arms cast with dolphins and a central sconce, supported on a bronze griffon and oval base with dolphin mask feet. A 19th century continental table centre, with a fluted ruby glass trumpet vase supported on a tri-form gilt brass base cast with three stylised fish. An 18ct gold fresh water pearl necklace, the eight strand choker necklace with a hinged clasp formed as two gold hands with diamond set detailing, stamped 750. A George III silver entree dish and cover, the oval form with reeded rim and twin handles and later floral embossing, raised on a plated stand with foliate supports and central burner. Hallmarked London 1796. A mid-Victorian silver salver of shaped circular form with foliate scroll pierced rim enclosing a similarly engraved border with personal presentation inscription to the centre, the whole raised on three scroll pierced feet, hallmarked Sheffield 1858. An Art Deco perfume bottle and stopper, the cubic base with black enamelled triangular detail, supporting the high shouldered bottle, with conforming cut glass detail. A sterling silver perfume atomiser, circa 1920 with lavender guilloche enamel detail and faceted glass base. A Victorian stained beech foot warming stool, the galleried stool with hinged lid enclosing original treacle glazed pottery foot warmer. A pair of bronze effect giraffe statues, each modelled as a giraffe aside a palm tree, and raised on variegated marble bases. A His Master Voice oak and Macassar ebony Art Deco gramophone, with Garrard turn table, two doors over a drawer and two larger cupboard doors. A large pair of Empire style gilt brass figural vases, each moulded glass vase supported by a Bacchante putto, on an anthemion cast circular base. An emerald and diamond Art Deco style ring, the central emerald surrounded by fourteen rose cut diamonds. A Victorian silver plate mounted glass jug, with garland and acanthus scroll detail and shell moulded spout, engraved floral detail to the glass body. An Edwardian sapphire and diamond five stone diamond ring, Birmingham 1908, the 18ct yellow gold ring set with two sapphires and three diamonds. Similar Posts: