We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Perth & Kinross areas including– Kingoodie Kinloch Rannoch Kinross Kinrossie Kirkmichael Lawers Leetown Logierait Longforgan Luncarty 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 early 20th century gold and silver sapphire and diamond bar brooch. Designed as a circular-shape sapphire and old-cut diamond cluster, with similarly-cut diamond scroll detail and circular-shape sapphire terminals. An oak and mahogany cross banded mule chest in the 18th century style, the rectangular hinged and panelled top above three raised and mahogany cross banded panels, two frieze drawers, pierced brass handles raised upon a plinth base and bracket feet. An early 20th century platinum and gold diamond hinged bangle. The front designed as a series of old-cut diamond collets, to the old-cut diamond openwork scroll and half-bangle. An early 20th century diamond manual wind cocktail watch. The rectangular-shape cream dial, with black Arabic numerals, within a brilliant-cut diamond geometric border, to the black cord and leather strap with single-cut diamond accent. A lady’s ruby and diamond cocktail watch. The oval-shape dial with hourly markers, to the circular-shape ruby and brilliant-cut diamond bezel, with double rope-twist bracelet and ruby collet highlights. A late 19th century gold diamond and ruby bar brooch. The old-cut diamond marquise-shape panel, with alternating oval-shape ruby and old-cut diamond line sides, to the knife-edge bar. A Victorian green onyx and gilt metal mantel clock with a white dial with Roman numerals signed the Sheffield Goldsmith’s Company, the two train Marti movement striking on a coiled gong with in an architectural case with gilt metal mounts. A French brass mantel clock with a 9cm white enamel dial with Arabic numerals the two train movement with outside count wheel striking on a saucer bell, the case with a fruit and lions mask cresting, the case overall pierced with scrolling leaves and flowers above a lions mask flanked by winged griffin’s and masks raised upon shaped leafy feet. An early 20th century silver and gold diamond and enamel horse and polo player stickpin. The blue and yellow enamel polo player, riding a rose-cut diamond horse. A Victorian carved oak hall chair with a leaf and shell cresting above a scroll and foliate splat, carved seat raised upon turned legs joined by a carved stretcher. An early 20th century oak high back dresser in the 18th century style with a cavetto cornice above a heart shape frieze, three plate rails flanked by mahogany cross banded and inlaid cupboard doors above a frieze drawer, the lower part with a rectangular cross banded and inlaid top above two long drawers, brass swan neck handles raised upon front cabriole legs. An 18th century oak and later carved bureau, the hinged fall front carved with a lozenge, leaves and frieze of flowers with a fitted interior with a well, and an arrangement of four pigeon holes, four cross banded frieze drawers and three stepped serpentine drawers on either side, the lower part with a carved frieze above two short and three long graduated cock beaded drawers raised upon bracket feet. A 20th century George II style oak pot board dresser, the rectangular moulded top above an arrangement of five drawers, turned baluster front supports joined by a pot board. A Victorian carved oak sideboard in the Jacobean style with a cavetto cornice above a leaf gadroon and scale frieze above a pair of panels each centred with roundel’s, outset lions mask and female leafy columns, the lower part with a rectangular leaf carved border above a lions mask frieze drawer with five divisions above a panelled cupboard door enclosing a shelf flanked by outset lions mask columns raised upon inverted break front plinth. An amethyst single-stone ring. The oval-shape amethyst, to the plain band. An 18ct gold gem-set and diamond owl brooch. Designed as an owl perched on a branch, with sapphire cabochon and brilliant-cut diamond eyes, oval citrine cabochon body and bi-colour feet. Estimated total diamond weight 0.15ct. A late 19th century gold garnet and split pearl brooch. The oval-shape garnet, within a rope-twist and scrolling surmount, with split pearl accents. A lady’s 9ct gold diamond dress watch. The rectangular-shape dial, with black baton hour markers, to the single-cut diamond bezel and mesh strap. Estimated total diamond weight 0.75ct. A diamond and paste ring. The circular-shape green paste, to the brilliant-cut diamond spray and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.65ct. A late 19th century carved oak sideboard, the rectangular top above a dentil frieze and a pair of cupboard doors, each centred with ovals carved with flowering plants above a shelf with arches centred with flower heads flanked on either side by leaf carved drawers each with substantial brass handles above carved oval panelled cupboard doors raised upon turned legs. Similar Posts: