We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Stirlingshire areas including– Old Sauchie Plean Polmont Queenzieburn Redding Reddingmuirhead Rowardennan Rumford Sauchieburn Shieldhill Skinflats 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 Nouveau pewter covered glove box, the cover embossed with scrolling foliage and central insert green Cabochon stone, lined interior. A Burmese sterling silver hip flask, the concave flask with applied cast panels of farmers ploughing, with elephant and mountain beyond. An early Victorian silver mustard pot with blue glass liner, the circular form with foliate scroll openwork sides, hinged lid with engraved floral scrolls and a shell form thumb-piece. A pair of Indian white metal mounted model elephants, with jewel eyes and decorated with flowers and scrolls. A pair of amethyst and diamond cluster ear clips, the oval shaped amethyst within a frame of rose cut diamonds. A pair of Victorian silver comport stands, by Edward Barnard and Sons, London 1879, in the Gothic style with engraved foliate decoration. A Van Cleef & Arpels 18ct gold cabochon emerald or chrysoprase, diamond & ruby brooch, modelled as two birds on a branch. A Chinese mother of pearl inlaid two fold screen, or room divider, each inset with a lacquered panel depicting river landscapes, within a carved hardwood frame. A late 19th Century gold and multi coloured gem set brooch, claw set, with oval shaped sapphires, amethyst and garnets. A diamond and sapphire ring, designed as four brilliant cut diamonds, each collet set and flanked by a row of diamonds and square cut diamonds, all set in yellow gold, stamped ‘9k’, weight 14.3 grams. A large Chinese baluster vase decorated with a scene of gentleman practising calligraphy and drinking tea, bears a six character Kangxi mark to base. A Victorian silver sugar dish, the conical form with vertical pierced decoration embellished with engraved swags and with blue glass liner. A George II silver cream jug of bulbous form with floral embossing surrounding an engraved crest, standing on three paw feet, scrolling handle and scalloped rim. A George II small silver caster, the plain baluster form with girdle detail and raised on a footed base, the removable bun lid with simple drilled piercing. Hallmarked to base only London 1742. A 19th century gold fancy link bracelet, the barrel shaped clasp set with turquoise and malachite cabochons against a clover leaf decorated ground, each link with textured detailing. A Victorian electroplate inkwell by Asprey & Co, decorated throughout with Persian inspired flowers and motifs. A lacquered brass carriage time piece, within original fitted leather effect case, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals. An 18 carat white gold dress ring with central 4.7 carat checkerboard cut aquamarine flanked by baguette diamonds of .39 carat. An 18ct gold, emerald and diamond marquise shaped cluster ring, with a diamond cluster and emerald frame and central emerald, marked 18ct. A pair of Victorian ale glasses, each with conical bowl, engraved with wheat ears and hops, raised on plain stem above a folded foot. Similar Posts: