We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Fife areas including– Cupar Ceres Auchtermuchty Largoward Crail Anstruther Pittenweem St Monans 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. An early 20th century 18 carat gold ruby and diamond ring, the circular-shape rubies alternating with old-cut diamonds, to the engraved scroll shoulders. Hallmarks for Chester. 2.8 grams. A plaster Restaurant advertising figure, modelled as a Sou Chef holding a gilt tray, raised on a circular base. A 19th century English ormolu mounted three-piece garniture set, to comprise of three baluster vases, having scrolling gilt handle, the front with gilt framed vignettes of flowers on a cobalt blue ground, the neck and flared foot with gilt foliage and scrolls, raised on a square gilt base. 20th century Continental School, a study of cherubs surrounding a campana urn, having stylised border on a gold painted ground, oil on canvas. A Chinese baluster vase in the Republic style, decorated with courtly female figures amongst a stylised garden landscape, bears verse and seal mark to base. An oak display cabinet, with lead glazed doors with central yellow diamond, enclosing two glass shelves, on ball and claw feet. A Regency mahogany fire screen, having two glazed panels with needlework decoration, one with trailing foliage and birds and with a needlework panel to the reverse of similar design, supported on acanthus carved feet and with a turned stretcher. A pair of 18 carat white gold and diamond stud earrings, the stones of approx. 0.49 carats combined. A pair of 18 carat gold and diamond ear pendants each designed as a rose-cut diamond flower, to the similarly-set surmount. 12.5 grams. A pair of 18 carat gold tourmaline earrings, each designed as an oval pink tourmaline cabochon collet, to the grooved border. Import marks for London, 1998. A Victorian oak dresser, later cream painted, the foliate carved single shelf back, above one drawer and an arrangement of panelled doors carved with urns and foliate scrolls. An Edwardian walnut twin pedestal desk, circa 1905, by Maple & Co., of breakfront outline, the tooled leather inset top with carved and beaded edge above three frieze drawers and pedestals each with two drawers and under tier separated by turned urn pattern supports and terminating in brass castors. An early 20th century Swiss carved beechwood cuckoo clock, the architectural case mounted with muskets and game, and having a Roman dial and chiming movement. A fine 18 carat white gold, sapphire and diamond set pendant, with fine belcher link chain, the pendant centred with a large oval cut sapphire of approx. 4.5 carats, surrounded by brilliant cut diamonds of approx. 1.79 carats combined. An 18 carat gold sapphire and paste three-stone ring, the circular-shape sapphire to the circular-shape colourless paste sides and grooved shoulders. Hallmarks for London, 1978. Weight 5.2 grams. An embossed brass mounted wall mirror in 17th century Dutch style, the surmount with scrolls and central cartouche above a rectangular mirror plate with further cartouches to angles. A 19th century style wool work bell pull, decorated with allegorical figures and animals, with gilt metal hanger and terminal. A late 19th / early 20th century Chinese cast metal hip flask, having mythical beast handles, decorated with stylised butterflies and scrolling foliage, bears four character marks to base. A pair of late 19th century bronzed Spelter figural studies of Byron and Shakespeare, in period costume, raised on ebonized socle bases. A pair of gilt metal mounted onyx six light candelabra in Louis XV taste, last quarter 20th century, each with five urn sockets on foliate cast stems around a central, raised socket, all rising from onyx urns, each with twin handles cast as Bacchic masks; the plinths with figural scenes in low relief, on square bases with Vitruvian scrollwork cast mounts. Similar Posts: