We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Fife areas including– Lochgelly Kelty Burntisland Ballingry Inverkeithing Kennoway Cardenden Newport-on-Tay 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 Continental walnut sofa, 20th century, the shaped back upholstered in green velvet leading to open arms, drop in seat, and cabriole legs. A yellow metal, diamond, and amethyst set ring, the central oval cut amethyst flanked by six small diamonds, the shank stamped 14K. A walnut, ebonized, and gilt metal mounted mirror in Empire style , 19th century, with central eagle above the rectangular mirror plate, the corners mounted with floral motifs. A Victorian lacquered, painted and parcel gilt papier mache tray, circa 1860, of cartouche outline, the raised edges decorated with insects, flowers and scrolling foliage. A Victorian walnut inlaid pier cabinet, the rectangular top with an ebonized border above an inlaid frieze and a glazed cabinet door enclosing two shelves flanked by inlaid columns raised upon a plinth base. A pair of Bohemian type ruby flashed glass table lustres, each with a knop stem picked out in gilt on a domed foot. A carved mahogany corner cabinet, 19th century, after the manner of Chippendale, the pierced pediment and flanking urn finials above astragal glazed door enclosing shaped shelves and flanked by moulded foliate tracery, the whole on plinth base with shaped apron and decorative carved feet. A white metal, diamond and purple topaz set ring, the central square cut topaz flanked by two small square cut diamonds, the shank stamped 10K. A French black marble and gilt metal figural mantel clock, late 19th century, the eight-day movement with count wheel striking and circular white enamel Roman numeral dial set behind unusual bevel-glazed bezel secured via bayonet-type fixing, the case of plinth form with decorative scroll cartouche bordering dial flanked by floral festoon decorated canted angles beneath surmount cast as a young peasant boy and girl within naturalistic setting. A mahogany birdcage, 20th century, of architectural form, the stand incorporating turned tapered legs centred by an x-shaped stretcher. A pair of burr walnut bedside tables, first half 20th century, each with a shaped drop leaf top above three drawers and cabriole legs with shell carved knees. A George II mahogany and parcel gilt fretwork wall mirror, circa 1740, the rectangular mirror-plate surmounted by a pierced parcel gilt plume. A mahogany wing armchair, early 19th century, recently reupholstered, with out swept scroll arms above overstuffed seat and champfered square section legs joined by stretchers and on wooden castors. A George III mahogany and cross banded chest of drawers, the rectangular moulded top above an inlaid frieze, two short and three long graduated cock beaded drawers, later brass swan neck handles flanked by fluted quarter columns raised upon front ogee bracket feet. A 14ct gold split pearl and ruby ring. The split pearl and circular-shape ruby quatrefoil, to the split pearl shoulders and plain band. A white metal, diamond and yellow sapphire set dress ring, the oval cut sapphire surrounded by small diamonds, the shank stamped 750. A pair of George Jones Crescent china bowls, each decorated with white flowers on a blue ground within pierced gilt borders, printed mark in black to underside. A yellow metal, diamond, and sapphire set cocktail ring, set band of four square cut diamonds, the shank stamped 18K. A George III mahogany tripod table, the top with piecrust edge above a turned baluster stem and three acanthus carved down swept legs terminating in claw and ball feet. A George III mahogany breakfront library bookcase , circa 1780, the moulded cornice above four astragal glazed cabinet doors opening to adjustable shelves, the base with central drawer opening to a leather inset writing surface, above four panelled cupboard doors. Similar Posts: