We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Glasgow areas including– Kelvinside Knightswood Lambhill Lightburn Lilybank Maryhill Maryhill Park Millerston Milton Mount Vernon 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 oil lamp, the black glazed stepped ceramic base extending to a cast metal acanthus swept pedestal stem, amber glass oil receptacle, the pierced galleried burner holding a glass flume and surrounded by a yellow glass domed shade. A fine French Third Empire style ormolu and patented bronze desk stand, centred with a Classical head and shoulder bust, flanked by two hinged wells and raised on scroll supports. A large 20th century Chinese vase, decorated with gilt dragons and highlighted gilt stylised clouds on a black ground, having a Greek key border to top and base. An early 20th Century oak Black Forest type smokers cabinet, of scalloped serpentine swept form, surmounted by a carved bird finial, the hinged doors revealing reticulated swept tiers above a single drawer mounted on compressed bun feet. A diamond and ruby set ring, the cluster of claw set stones in a 9ct gold band, together with a small quantity of sundry jewellery including a pair of amethyst ear studs, a rope work 9ct gold chain, another similar bracelet, a garnet set pendant, a four various cameos. 21 grams. A 19th century Chinese inverted baluster vase and cover, decorated in the famille vert palette with stylised trees and butterflies. A Victorian bead work centre piece, the ebonized and brass bound wooden base of rounded rectangular form, inset with a bead work panel depicting flowering lilies and foliage, reserved against a deep claret bead work ground. Two African textiles, decorated with printed monochrome pattern between multi coloured stitched stripes, one on cream ground, the other on ochre ground. A Japanese Meiji period ivory cylindrical box and cover, decorated with Shibayama vignettes of a landscape and a dragon with exotic bird. An 18 carat white gold, diamond, and opal set ring, the opal of approx. 1.35 carats, the diamonds of 0.33 carats combined. A pair of 19th century Chinese hard paste porcelain vase table lamps, having associated ormolu tops, raised on famille vert decorated bodies with figures amongst stylised landscapes. An 18ct white gold large 2.01ct brilliant cut solitaire diamond ring with tapered baguette cut diamond shoulders. An Edwardian oak stationary and writing box, of rectangular form with domed cover and applied studded brass loop handles, the fall front with fold-out tooled black skiver rising to letter compartment, leather tooled desk calendar, various pull-out drawers and stationary and pen compartments. A Japanese Shibayama lacquered panel, inlaid with ivory and mother of pearl depicting songbirds amongst chrysanthemums. A pair of late 19th/ early 20th century Dresden porcelain inverted baluster vases and covers in the Meissen style, decorated with a romantic Italianate scene and moulded with flowers. An Art Nouveau style amethyst and seed pearl pendant, heart-shaped in a foliate frame stamped 9ct. on a fine link chain. 5.5 grams. A pair of silver plated stem vase holders, cast in the form of swans on oval moulded bases. A late Victorian lacquered brass three drawer small telescope with hardwood outer cover, lens cover and sliding eyepiece, first drawer inscribed Gargory. A Victorian copper samovar, the four compressed ball feet rising to a stepped square section base, the socle stem rising to an ovoid form receptacle with relief cast fluted designs and flowerhead finial, flanked on either side by acanthus form handles with porcelain sections. A late 19th century clear glass inkwell, both the stopper and base set with coloured glass canes in bands of blue, white and red. Similar Posts: