We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Glasgow areas including– Garthamlock Germiston Gilshochill Greenfield Haghill Hamiltonhill High Possil High Ruchill Hillhead Hogganfield 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 and cranberry glass ewer, the pewter mount cast with stylised foliage and whiplash, the spout with mask below and original stopper. A pair of cloisonné tall neck vases enamelled with peony on a duck egg blue ground. A 20th Century Moroccan gilt metal and glass hanging lantern, the faceted ovoid shape glass shade, with pierced and engraved pointed gilt metal pediment, rising to a crown shaped domed and pierced finial with Arabesque designs. An Arts & Crafts metal novelty cigarette dispenser, a lever to the reverse operating a stork which retrieves a cigarette from the well below, inset with oval Ruskin style pottery cabochon. A Victorian Coromandel ladies writing box, the brass bound rectangular form box with engraved inlay and escutcheon, hinged cover revealing green plush interior. A Chinese hard paste porcelain twin handled vase, painted with gilt and flower vignettes to each side, on a scrolling foliate cream ground, bears seal mark to base. A large and decorative pair of carved marble obelisks, each of tapered and faceted form rising to a higher point, raised on stepped and carved plinth bases, all over good natural inclusions of white, black and magenta coloration. A gold, platinum, diamond and aquamarine set ring, the central pear cut aquamarine flanked by four small square cut diamonds, the shank stamped 950. An early 19th Century miniature of rectangular form, depicting an elderly lady seated before a writing desk and holding a letter before a draped window landscape, mounted in a gilt metal frame. An Art Nouveau Osiris claret jug, the gilt metal mount, embossed with fruiting vine, enclosing an amethyst glass vessel. A Japanese porcelain Kendi in the satsuma taste, having dragon handle and spout, decorated with figural scene of scholars in a garden, bears signature to base. A pair of Georgian brass candle lamps, the seamed cylindrical stems with reeded collars and push up action, issuing from dished circular bases, with electrical fittings. A fine Persian lambs wool rug of partial silk in pistachio colour and geometrical design with silk fringes. An Edwardian ebonized desk stand, the stepped black lacquered stand raised on four compressed ball feet, with two integral square sections enclosing glass and brass topped inkwells, with carved fret work pediment and applied white metal escutcheon. A 19th Century Tunbridge ware lidded box, the square section box with integrated fitted cover and turned knop handles, inlaid to the exterior sides with floral designs, set within boxwood borders, the upper tier with mitred inlaid sections, further detailed with inlaid floral spray. A Victorian mahogany chiffonier, the carved raised shelf back over frieze drawer and panelled cupboards. An early 20th Century chromolithograph, depicting Sanhedrin traditional supreme court based in Jerusalem, featuring various members of court, set within a carved and inlaid twin member moulded frame. An 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring, with fine high claw set stone with diamond set collar and shoulder, total weight 1.49ct. An Edward VII sovereign 1908, in a 9ct scrolled mount, on a chain. 10 grams. A 19th Century walnut veneered and inlaid tea caddy of casket form, the domed cover revealing two tea compartments. Similar Posts: