We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all North Ayrshire areas including– Ardrossan Beith Dalry Kilbirnie Kilwinning Largs Saltcoats Stevenston West Kilbride Ardeer 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 19th century oil painting of a pony in a woodland glade, contained in a heavily carved elaborate gilt frame. An Elizabethan oak chest, with a single plank top and carved to the front with iron escutcheon and a central gothic crucifix. A glazed stoneware Mettlach bottle neck vase, the body having a panel encircling the main body depicting a young boy in a tree with various musical instruments surrounding him. A John Grinsell and son Victorian ivory capstan pepper mill mounted in hallmarked silver. A small amount of vintage costume jewellery, to include cufflinks, a cocktail ring, earrings, necklaces etc. A novelty silver brooch in the form of a woman walking a hound, in the Art Deco taste. A solid silver Danish bracelet with a series of pierced floral plaques to rectangular wire frames, with a concealed hook clasp. A 19th century trundle wheel seal, has six different seals including a thistle and a dove of peace, has a yellow metal grip with an opaline button finial. An silver and gilt brooch of an unusual form, embellished with semi precious natural stones. stamped the the side ‘925’. A 9 carat yellow gold and solitaire diamond ring, the round cut stone raised above a moulded naturalistic mount. A 9 carat yellow gold, diamond and amethyst cross pendant, suspended on a 9 carat yellow gold chain. A Victorian silver coffee pot with leaf engraving and blank shield decoration, with a reeded body and lid, set of an oval foot. A twentieth century oil painting depicting a costal scene of a fishing village with boats in the harbour, contained in a gold painted wood frame. A small amount of costume jewellery, to include two gilt metal, blue and white stone cocktail rings, a red and white stone cocktail ring, two pairs of cubic zirconia and blue stone earrings and matching pendant, and a white metal and cubic zirconia heart-shaped pendant and chain. A 19th century mahogany and oak pedestal desk, with a three quarter balustrade gallery rail with serpent ends, a leather inset top over three frieze carved drawers with brass handles, and side cupboards with carved doors and column supports and internal slide drawers, raised on a plinth support. A central Persian Keleh carpet with triple pole medallion, and repeating petal motifs on a rouge background with a stylised floral border. A George I oak chest, with a twin plank top over two short and two graduated long drawers, the ends veneered in walnut, on a stand with two short drawers and shaped apron, on oak layered cabriole supports and pad feet. A small Chinese blue and white cylindrical brush pot decorated with figurative scenes, bears a six character mark to the base. A pair of 19th Century silver and enamel decorated earrings, the romantic portrait plaques framed by paste studs. A pair of Victoria porcelain pedestal vases of urn form with domed covers, decorated with classical scenes of figures in a garden with floral sprays, encrusted with porcelain flowers. Similar Posts: