We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Stirlingshire areas including– Fintry Gargunnock Gartness Glen Village Glensburgh Grangemouth Haggs Haughhead High Bonnybridge Inversnaid Kelvinhead Kersemill 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 Tabriz burgundy ground carpet woven with a central floral medallion within a trailing floral field and wide multi border. A gentleman’s Roamer Sport manual wind wristwatch, the gold plated bezel with snapback stainless steel back on black leather strap. The dial marked luminous Arabic numerals with subsidiary constant seconds dial at 6. A George III satinwood banded ebony strung rectangular mahogany tea caddy with lion mask ring handles. A late Victorian silver heart shaped scent bottle with glass liner embossed with cherubs among flowers and C scrolls. A Heals retailed contemporary rectangular oak dining table together with six matching ladder back chairs with brown leather seats. A pair of Japanese blue and white on fawn ground baluster shape vases, decorated with figures in a courtyard setting and bearing incised geometric marks to shoulder. A Richard Patterson & Co, Belfast, brass oil lamp, with faceted clear glass reservoir over tapering fluted column terminating with Corinthian capital, on square base. A Victorian rectangular silver snuff box with traces of enamel decoration and cast floral thumb piece, Thomas Edwards, London 1851. A pair of early 20th Century pale blue and ivory Secessionist-style twin handled vases, decorated with a band of roses on a black ground. A Continental sterling silver Art Deco minaudière,of elongated hexagonal form, tapering silver bands with the clasp and hinges decorated with incised lozenge and dot pattern, with wide tapering stripes of black and white enamel, gilded interior with hinged mirror division and hinged compartment. A 9ct diamond and sapphire and diamond set ring, a central spray of twenty six small grain set round sapphires with two outer runs of grain set small brilliant cut diamonds in white gold, approximate total diamond weight 0.10ct. An early 20th Century Trafalgar hand-beaten polished pewter teapot, together with a matching coffee pot, milk jug, and sugar bowl. An 18ct yellow gold emerald and diamond set ring, four runs of small square channel set emeralds with a central oval 4mm by 3mm emerald, centre row of eighteen brilliant cut diamonds approximate total diamond weight 0.10ct. A 1930s gold plated gentleman’s wristwatch, the guilloche silvered dial marked Arabic numerals. A synthetic ruby and diamond double cluster 18ct white gold ring, the two pear shaped cluster comprising two synthetic rubies and a total of twenty round brilliant cut diamonds with a total weight of approximately 0.60ct. An early 20th Century Monart glass five piece lemonade set with mottled blue bodies and aventurine rims. A sapphire and diamond half set band ring, central square blue sapphire to sixteen round brilliant cut diamond over top and bottom row containing a total of thirty small blue sapphires, set in an 18ct yellow gold shank. A Chinese hardstone snuff bottle, decorated with a scene of a floral basket and a scene of auspicious items, bears a four character Guangxu style mark to base. A diamond three stone 18ct yellow gold ring, platinum settings, the three round brilliant cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.75ct. A late 19th Century gilt brass and red tortoiseshell 8 day mantel clock, the circular white enamel dial marked arabic and roman numerals. Similar Posts: