We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Argyll & Bute areas including– Crarae Crinan Dalavich Dalmally Druimdrishaig Drumlemble Duchlage Dunbeg Dunoon 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 pair of German porcelain figures, each in the form of a lady wearing a pink dress, on an oval base with gilt embellishment, printed marks in blue to underside. An 18 carat yellow gold, diamond, and sapphire necklace, the flat link chain culminating in an oval pendant, the sapphire set within diamond reserves, together with a pair of matching earrings. An 18 carat white gold, diamond, and emerald three stone ring, set square cut central emerald flanked by diamonds of approx. 2.0 carats combined. A sapphire and diamond oval cluster white gold ring, the central oval mixed cut blue sapphire weighing approximately 1.20ct, the diamond surround approximately 0.75ct, 18ct white gold. A Royal Crown Derby porcelain paperweight, modelled in the form of a seated frog, printed mark in red underside and gold button. A mid-19th Century Staffordshire flat back figure group, in the form of a huntsman on horseback chasing a fox with hounds. A Royal Crown Derby porcelain paperweight, modelled in the form of a robin, printed mark in red to underside and gold button. A Victorian silver double ink stand, decorated with gadrooned edges and glass lined ink wells, hallmarked George Lambert, London 1891. A Royal Crown Derby porcelain paperweight, modelled in the form of a cheetah cub, printed mark in red to underside and gold button. A peridot and diamond cluster white gold ring, the central octagonal step cut peridot approximately 9mm by 7mm, cluster surround containing a total of twenty two diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.66cts, 18ct white gold. Canton Famille Rose decorated vase depicting panels of domesticity between panels of flowers, birds, and butterflies applied chilong handles. An Edwardian gold, citrine and seed pearl brooch, the circular cut citrine collet set within an openwork scrolled frame decorated with seed pearls. A mid-19th Century Staffordshire flat back figure, in the form of a gentleman on horseback, picked out in orange, green and yellow. A late 19th century Continental porcelain dish, decorated with a mysterious Art Nouveau style lady with long hair within a gilt border. An 18 carat yellow gold, diamond, and ruby ring, the oval cut ruby of approx. 0.80 carats, raised within a crossover style mount set with diamonds of approx. 0.60 carats combined. A pair of Martin Brothers candlesticks, each with a later gilt metal sconce, a leafy column and triform base, decorated with stylised bells, inside marked and signed R W Martin Southall. A mid-19th Century Staffordshire circus related figure group, to include a lady riding side saddle on a horse and a gentleman wearing checked trousers. A modern Frans Hermley German skeleton type clock, the tapering glass dome decorated with Roman numerals on a hardwood base. A Doulton Lambert Studio stoneware vase, decorated with incised ribbed decoration in turquoise brown. A 19th Century bronze figure of a cavalier on horseback, and on a rectangular rustic base, and mounted on a later black marble plinth, with gilt feet. Similar Posts: