We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all West Dunbartonshire areas including– Alexandria Balloch Bonhill Bowling Dalmuir Drumry 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 lady’s 9 carat gold wristwatch, the circular white enamel dial with blue Arabic numerals on a 10 carat gold fancy link bracelet strap. A gentleman’s 9 carat gold Longines wristwatch, the champagne coloured dial with gilt hour batons and Arabic numerals on a brown leather strap. An early Victorian Prattware pot lid Titled ‘Pheasant Shooting’, the marbled border version with close fitting marble base. An extremely fine South West Persian Qashgai rug, central polo medallion on a terracotta field with repeating petal motifs guarded by multi stylised tekkeh ivory motifs. A Victorian unmarked yellow metal and black enamel mourning brooch, with a hair locket compartment within a surround of seed pearls. An Iznik ceramic tile probably 18th century, polychrome decoration depicting birds amongst flowering blooms within a blue frame. A pair of early 19th century Old Sheffield Plate wine coolers of twin handled urn form, with foliate and beaded borders and foliate handles, on stepped pedestal bases. A large Victorian silver mounted Brampton salt glazed stoneware cup, with three hound handles and relief decoration of St. George and the dragon and two country gents drinking and smoking, the silver rim hallmarked Thomas Prime & Son, Birmingham 1882. A Fine Victorian Lady’s Silver and Tortoiseshell Aide Memoire. Circa 1880. Of rounded rectangular form with silver hinge opening to reveal an ivory panel. A 19th century Iznik vase of ovoid form, with everted rim over narrow waisted neck, fish scale ground with two stylised panels interspersed with floral decoration. A French Circular Box. 19th century. With detachable cover and gilt interior. With engine turned and foliate engraved decoration. With French control marks. A Victorian silver plated and parcel gilt wine ewer on copper and brass, profusely decorated with a cast classical frieze featuring gods and nymphs within beaded borders, the foot and the neck cast with acanthus leaves and masks, with gilt angular foliate capped handle. A Victorian Inkstand in early 18th century style. Robert Hennell III. London 1847. Comprising a central pounce pot flanked by two inkwells on a shaped rectangular base engraved with panels of diaper work and flowering scrolling foliage within a reeded border. On four open work leafy feet. A Continental Silver Snuff Box. Probably 18th century. Of rectangular form with ribbed and foliate engraved decoration. With scroll thumb piece and hinged cover. A fine old North East Persian Turkoman carpet, repeating ghoul motifs on a terracotta field within stylised tekkeh motifs. A French Silver Snuff Box. 19th century. of rounded rectangular form. Engraved with initials and engine turned. With plain thumb piece and gilt interior. With French control marks. A Victorian silver and enamel vesta case Charles Edward Solomon, Birmingham 1897, of rounded rectangular form, the side hinged lid with ring hanger and thumb piece to front, the body with enamel pictorial of a fully rigged yacht to the front. An 18th century green glass jug or pitcher the squat globular body with raised and waisted neck exhibiting a sparrow beak form pourer, applied scroll handle, concave underside with pontil mark. A late 19th century Continental Meissen-style porcelain group depicting a seated lady and gent reading books surrounded by two ladies, one in a standing position and the other kneeling, blue painted crossed sword mark to base. A French Circular Box. 19th century. With detachable cover and gilt interior. Engine turned decoration throughout. With French control marks. Similar Posts: