We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all West Lothian areas including– Eliburn Ladywell Craigshill Howden Dedridge Murieston Adambrae Livingston Village Deer Park 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 19th century Chinese terracotta Yi-Xing teapot, decorated with bamboo leaves and text to the side, bears character marks to the base and underside of lid. A 9 carat gold diamond and sapphire flower head cluster ring, central oval deep blue sapphire, surrounded by a band of twelve round brilliant cut diamonds on a 9ct gold shank. A pair of French gilt metal candlesticks, modelled as a torch bearing maiden surmounted on the back of a spread winged eagle, on circular waisted wooden plinths. A 19th century Japanese bottle vase depicting birds and foliage, original stopper and marks to base. An early 20th century Japanese porcelain tea caddy of rectangular box form, the body decorated with panels of avian subjects amongst branches front and verso, side panels with floral design. An 18th century qianlong period Chinese porcelain platter, decorated with fruit and floral sprays in underglaze blue. A large early 19th century Chinese Brass and Champleve enamelled Jardiniere with engraved decoration. A 19th century Chinese lampshade of concertina form with hand painted stylised outdoor scenes in watercolour, tied with tasselled blue cord. A pair of 1940s diamond encrusted floral cluster droplet earrings, each principle floral crest encrusted with thirty four round and free form diamonds, supporting a double section linear droplet encrusted with nineteen graduated round cut diamond accents. A pair of republic period Chinese porcelain baluster vases with script and figural decoration flanked by lion mask handles. An 18th century Mamluk style brass incense burner of chalice form, intricate silver and brass work inlaid with black composition, barbed handle, on flared and stepped circular foot. A George III water-colour portrait panel mourning ring, central round portrait of a maiden in the garden, surrounded by a single band of seed pearls and mounted to an unmarked yellow metal shank. A 19th Century Chinese bronze censer with pierced lid in a knotted design. Character marks to the underside. An early 20th century African tribal dagger, waisted form horn handle into broad steel blade, dark hardwood scabbard with horn collar. A 19th century oriental bronze jardiniere, everted rim above collar of miniature roundels, squat globular body with two panels decorated with finely cast dragons below two small rectangular reserves, bearing three character marks. A small bronze Japanese censer from the Meiji period, of small and squat globe design, detachable cover with pierced segments surmounted by a squirrel on a bed of foliate and fruit finial, the base with scalloped edges. A diamond solitaire ring, old cushion cut diamond of approx 0.40ct, platinum claws, 18ct gold shank. A pair of diamond and ruby earrings, arching leaves and flower head design, each encrusted with six diamonds and seven pink ruby’s. An amethyst and diamond nine stone ring, central octagon amethyst. 0.95ct, flanked by two flower head clusters of four diamond accents, 0.03ct, 9ct gold shank. A set of six early 20th century Chinese carved white stone cups and saucers, the cups of lotus form with s-scroll dragon style handles, relief carved floral and foliate decoration and three bud feet, the saucers of four lobed form with shallow circular foot. Similar Posts: