We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Angus areas including– Ardler Balgay Balgillo Balgowan Ballumbie Barnhill Blackness Kirkton Law Lochee Logie Menzieshill Ninewells Pitkerro St Marys 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 collection of costume jewellery, to include a faux pearl beaded necklace and matching earrings, a fob watch and chain, a yellow metal stick pin, a ring, and a small coral studded brooch, together with several enamel portrait plaques. A Persian enamel rectangular tray, decorated centrally with a building surrounded by an all over design of flowers. A late 19th Century porcelain moon flask, decorated with pate-sur-pate type decoration with white flowers on a dark green ground within gilt borders. An exceptional 19th century black forest glazed decanter box of architectural form having carved sporting dog finial. Etched chased panels for doors and windows with an internal fitted removable tray with four greek key etched decanters. An oval majolica pie dish, lid decorated dead game, sides moulded basketwork and oak leaves. A Worcester oval two-handled chestnut basket, sides pierced lozenge design, base decorated pine cones and butterflies, open crescent mark to underside. A Vienna style porcelain lidded jar, printed with a scene of Neo Classical maidens, within gilt borders, on three paw feet. An 18 carat white gold, emerald, and diamond set line bracelet, centred with an asher cut emerald within diamond surrounds and an openwork setting. A 1970s 9ct gold amethyst bracelet. Designed as a series of circular-shape amethysts, each within a textured halo, to the textured connecting links and partially concealed clasp. A 19th Century Sitzendorf porcelain four-light candelabrum on floral encrusted base with two winged cherubs. A 9ct gold tanzanite and diamond cluster ring. The oval-shape tanzanite, within a single-cut diamond surround, to the tapered shoulders and plain band. Hallmarks for Birmingham. Weight 2.3gms. A George I silver two handled porringer by Humphrey Payne, London 1715, monogrammed to a cherub mask, scroll and acanthus cartouche, rope girdle and spirally fluted base, scroll handles, on a later knopped and gadrooned pedestal from a circular foot with conforming border. A late 19th Century Paris porcelain garniture of three vases, each decorated with children, the central piece painted with a scene of children in dressing up clothing, coloured enamels on a gilt ground. An amethyst and diamond set white metal dress ring, the oval faceted amethyst set diamond reserves, having pierced diamond mounted shoulders. A Berlin porcelain rectangular plaque, late 19th century, painted with the Melon Eaters after a painting by Murillo, impressed KPM and sceptre mark. An 18ct gold tourmaline and diamond dress ring. The marquise-shape green tourmaline, with brilliant-cut diamond tiered sides, to the plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.10ct. Hallmarks for Birmingham. Weight 3.5gms. Antique Victorian 15ct gold garnet & seed pearl dress ring. Chester hallmark 1880, set with 5 oval cut garnets approx 0.33ct each. A 1970s 9ct gold seed pearl wreath brooch. Designed as a series of curved textured leaves, with seed pearl line accents. Import marks for London, 1976. A pair of Coalport aesthetic style porcelain moon flasks, late 19th Century, each decorated in raised enamels with apple blossom and insects against a turquoise ground, with gilt pans and handles. A pair of early 20th Century Staffordshire type vases, each decorated with orchids, on a blush ivory ground. Similar Posts: