We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Angus areas including– Muirhead Murroes Newtyle Noranside Oathlaw Panbride Pearsie Ruthven Saint Vigeans Aberlemno Alrick 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 Art Deco bronze figure group. Modelled as a female nude sat upon a horse, probably depicting Lady Godiva, stood upon rectangular naturalistic base. A pair of bronze pedestal urns. Each of shallow form with twin phoenix handles, the exterior decorated in high relief with bell-flowers above a stylised border and similarly moulded spreading foot, each raised upon slate pedestal base. An Oriental bronze koro or incense burner and cover. Of spherical form with pierced domed foliate cover over beaded open collar with matching frieze, ring handles and three bun feet. A pair of ormolu-mounted pink marble urns. Each of neoclassical form with cast domed finial over a pair of goat masks on fluted cast socle and square plinth with re-entrant corners on metal foot. A large Cornish green serpentine lamp base Modelled as a lighthouse with domed cover over glazing, the spreading body with incised brickwork decoration on a rocky base. A William IV/early Victorian mahogany miniature centre table. The one-piece circular fixed top on a broadening octagonally-facetted stem and quadripartite base with bun feet. A Regency mahogany chest of ‘D’ shaped outline fitted with three graduated long and two short drawers within turned pilasters on turned tapered feet. A Victorian ebonized and rosewood cross banded secretaire with fitted drawer and two slides enclosed by a pair of fretted doors on bracket feet. An 18th century mahogany card table of ‘D’ shaped outline with fold over top and frieze drawer on chamfered square legs. A turquoise and coral bird brooch, designed as a bird in flight, with a turquoise body, coral head and polished wings, tail feathers and beak, stamped 750 with London import marks. A pair of turquoise and diamond earrings, the polished turquoise drops suspended below a diamond set surmount, with post and clip fittings, stamped 750. A Victorian operculum and gold bracelet, circa 1880, the operculum panels interspaced with scrolled cross shaped links, to a foliate engraved box clasp, stamped 9ct, with belcher link safety chain. A fob seal charm bracelet, circa 1880, the bracelet composed of lovers knot shaped links, suspending various hardstone set fobs, indistinct marks on the clasp. A mid 19th century ruby, emerald and diamond brooch/pendant, circa 1840, the central oval shaped ruby in a pinched collet setting, within a surround of oval shaped emeralds in similar settings, to a border of oval shaped rubies, rose cut diamonds and rectangular shaped diamonds. A mid Victorian shell cameo brooch, circa 1870, carved with the profile of Apollo with his hair knotted on his head and wearing a tunic, within a gold rope twist and beaded setting. An Austro Hungarian brooch/slide , circa 1890, the enamelled gilt silver coloured panel set with circular cabochon turquoise and circular garnets with a central applied panel of St George slaying the dragon, suspending cabochon garnet drop, indistinct mark on the clasp. A Regency mahogany, cross banded and strung bow fronted chest of two graduated long and two short drawers on swept bracket feet. An early 18th century oak bureau, the fall front revealing a fitted interior with well, over two graduated long and two short drawers on bracket feet. An early 19th century mahogany serving table of elliptical form having two faux dummy drawers and a pair of panelled doors with moulded stiles. A late 19th century inlaid ‘bells in sight’ cylinder music box, the 6-inch barrel with complete comb, beside three bells, the hinged cover with printed musical trophies and inlaid border, over conforming front. Similar Posts: