We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all East Lothian areas including– Aberlady Athelstaneford Auldhame Ballencrieff Bolton Cockenzie Dirleton Drem Dunbar East Fortune 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 Chinese blue and white small vase decorated with six panels of flowers and foliage to an associated cover decorated with five panels of flowers and foliage. A large glass inkwell with silver hinged lid and collar, hobnail cut glass design to base, marked Birmingham 1911. A 19th century black lacquered tea caddy, the scalloped lid with gilt embellishment opening to reveal two galvanised wells with covers. A late 17th century marquetry chest on stand, the upper section fitted with two short drawers over three long graduated drawers, over a further drawer to the base, raised on spirally turned legs united by wavy stretchers, the top, front and sides with ornate marquetry inlay. A stylised woven basket brooch, handmade white metal setting, set with faceted rock crystal, green dyed chalcedony and pink cabochons A pear shaped black opal cabochon and diamond cluster ring, white metal set stamped 18ct. An American Art Nouveau silver candlestick, scrolling foliate handle with roaring lion’s head uppermost, three ladies head’s with tiaras and flowing hair to drip pan, ball feet, marked sterling. A large cocktail ring set with oval multi-faceted citrine above and below girdle, in handmade yellow metal basket style setting stamped 14k. A late Victorian page turner with ivory blade and foliate-embossed silver handle, William War, Birmingham 1895. A Georgian mahogany chest on chest, the upper section fitted with two short over three long graduated drawers, below a blind dentil cornice, the base with brushing slide over three long drawers, raised on bracket feet An early 18th century walnut bureau bookcase, fitted two blind fielded panel doors opening to reveal shelves, fitted two candle slides below, the feather banded fall flap revealing a fitted interior and well, with two short and two long drawers below. A pair of Adam style Old Sheffield Plate sauce tureens and covers with twin handles, on stemmed bases with gadrooned rims. A Victorian silver caddy spoon with shell bowl and open-work vine handle. A reproduction walnut bedside cupboard, with bookshelf over, with a shaped frieze having two cupboard doors, raised on four cabriole legs. A silver rectangular shaped stamp case, with two franked red penny stamps to the top within glass windows, raised on ball feet. Birmingham 1900. A George III silver milk jug, with floral foliate detailing to the body, with a gadrooned rim on bun feet, London 1806. An oval shell cameo of Diana with pendant fitting attached, yellow metal setting with rope edge. An open work style butterfly brooch, set with sapphires and eight-cut diamonds in yellow and white metal setting. A 19th century bronze desk stand modelled as a lady with tea tray, her head hinged to reveal inkwell, her arm a seal, with quill or pen holder on white onyx base. A yellow gold hollow curb linked bracelet, having three-intaglio seals attached including stone set and blue enamelled watch key, one jasper, one amethyst, one bloodstone and one small uncut amethyst seal. Similar Posts: