We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Argyll & Bute areas including– Kilmelford Lagavulin Lochawe Lochgair Lochgilphead Lochgoilhead Luss Machrihanish 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 late Victorian shaft and globe decanters and stoppers, the body moulded with relief diamonds and engraved with roses, each with an Edwardian silver disc decanter label ‘Sherry’ and ‘Port’. A three stone cats eye chrysoberyl and diamond set ring, the three graduated cabochons interspersed with old cut diamond chips in a foliate claw setting on shank marked 18K. A George III diamond set lozenge shaped plaque ring, the central old rose cut stone approx 0. 5 carat flanked by two smaller stones within two concentric open work rose and rough cut diamond set borders, silver closed back setting, on shank with bifurcated leaf chased shoulders. An early 20th Century Chinese giltwood and painted wall panel, deeply carved and pierced with an elephant and birds in the branches of a flowering prunus tree, red painted border, framed. An Art Deco Austrian cold painted bronze of two setters mounted on a green alabaster base with pen rest and two adjustable pen holders. A mid 19th Century rosewood decanter box, the hinged lid and front strung and inlaid with central foliate cartouche, opening to reveal an interior with lift out decanter stand, with brass carrying handle containing four cut glass decanters and stoppers and sixteen liqueur glasses, on turned feet with key. A Victorian brass coopered oak and mahogany tobacco box, of tapering oval barrel form with alternating mahogany and oak staves, the lid with cut brass hinges. A Regency Kingwood sarcophagus form tea caddy, box wood and ebony strung with Tunbridge ware style micro banding, the hinged lid opening to reveal an interior with two lidded compartments, with original lock and ivory kite form escutcheons. A 19th Century satinwood parquetry banded sarcophagus form trinket tray, the interior with padded velvet bottom and original foliate design paper lining, on cast brass paw feet. A large early Victorian daguerreotype portrait of a seated young woman together with an album photograph portrait of Judge Henry A McHardie (1869 – 1933), both mounted in mid 19th Century gilt gesso frames. Late 18th century British School. Miniature portrait of an officer, wearing a red coate with blue facings, silver buttons and epaulettes, stock and frilled chemise, his wig powdered and tied with a black ribbon, on ivory. Late 18th century British School Miniature portrait of an officer, wearing a red coate with yellow facings, silver buttons and epaulettes, white waistcoat, frilled chemise and black stock, his wig powdered, on ivory. A late 19th Century French Empire Egyptian revival style day bed, cross banded and strung, the ends faced with tapering pilasters with Egyptian gilt metal mask capitals, the front rail with central anthemium and sphinx design gilt metal mount. On tapering square legs with gilt metal paw feet, fitted with a mattress, a pair of bolsters and scatter cushions. A set of four William IV rosewood dining chairs, the back with serpentine scroll carved crest rail and conforming mid rail on waisted uprights over a serpentine fronted stuff over seat raised on turned tapering forelegs. An early 18th Century oak chest of drawers, the single plank top with moulded edge over two short and three graduated long drawers, with replacement brass handles, raised on bracket feet. A pair of 19th Century Neoclassical Grecian cast iron vase shaped ornaments, of ovoid half fluted form with twin volute handles, the body cast in relief with fruiting vine band, the waisted trumpet shaped neck with a still leaf band and cast acanthus rim, on circular foot and square plinth base. A Northern French walnut panel, deeply carved in relief with a stag and trees, walnut frame carved in low relief with scrolls and leaves. A George III mahogany swing toilet mirror, the rectangular framed plate on reeded uprights with brass finials above a bow front box base with three drawers, each ebony strung with a diaper, raised on ogee bracket feet. A late Regency mahogany cheval mirror, the rectangular mirror plate supported on a ring turned frame with turned finials, raised on acanthus carved out swept moulded supports, with cast brass sabots, on casters. A pair of late Victorian gilt gesso arched rectangular pier glass mirrors, with ovolo and beaded moulded border, the crest surmounted by an urn and draped husk, swags. Similar Posts: