We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Fife areas including– Oakley Tayport Anstruther High Valleyfield Leuchars Kincardine Kinghorn Cairneyhill Crossford 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 pair of late 19th/early 20th century Wedgwood bottle shaped vases, each decorated with flowers in Imari colours within blue printed and gilt bands, indistinct impressed marks to underside. A French mahogany and brass mounted writing table , second quarter 19th century, the leather inset writing surface within mahogany banded and brass inlaid border and applied greek key edge above two frieze drawers and fluted tapering legs terminating in brass feet. A painted alabaster tondo picture of a naval engagement, possibly the Battle of Trafalgar, early 19th century, beneath a convex glass cover reverse painted with further vessels, in an ebonized wood moulding frame. A late 19th Century French black slate and marble drum shaped mantel clock, with a white enamel dial, Roman numerals, visible brocot escapement, on a shaped plinth. A brass and leaded glass ceiling lantern, circa 1900, the hanging ring above a pyramid top with crenellated edges, the quatrefoil section body with lobed opaque glass bays, the square base with four spherical feet. A Chinese twin mythical bird handled bronze censor with gold splash decoration, bearing six character mark within a square border. A pair of Japanese satsuma ware bowls, with covers, enamelled and gilded with Oriental figures in landscape, internally painted and gilded. A yellow metal, diamond and sapphire ring, set central oval cut sapphire flanked by two small diamonds, the shank stamped 375. An early 20th Century dressing table set, decorated on turquoise ground and picked out in gilt, comprising of a tray, two candlesticks, two trinket pots, perfume bottle, etc. A Chinese mid 19th century Famille rose Meiping bottled shape vase, decorated with various panels of gathering figures in a courtyard, terrace background, surrounded by Buddhistic emblems, butterflies and flowers. An unusual enamelled plaque depicting Ganesh, with blue enamel to verso studded with seven small diamonds. A Mogul style brooch, set with a painted portrait miniature, possibly depicting the daughter of Shah Jahan. A Chinese 19th century ovoid bowl and cover in the Famille rose pallette, bearing to lid and base 4 character marks and having a courtesan with young attendants in a garden background. A late 19th Century Staffordshire porcelain comport, with blue bordering, a decoration of flowers picked out in gilt. An 18 carat white gold and blue diamond solitaire ring, the central stone of approx. 0.3 carats, the shoulders illusion set with small diamonds. A Chinese 19th century blue and white baluster shape vase with twin handled shi shi and chilongs around the neck decorated all round with Buddhistic emblem treasures, including double fish, bearing four character marks to base. A pair of painted cast iron and reverse painted glass table lamps modelled as frogs, 20th century, the electrical fitments atop straight rods, with square section shades. A gentleman’s mid 20th Century Rolex Tudor Oyster stainless steel wristwatch, with matt cream dial, Arabic numerals and arrow pointers with arrow hands. A late 19th century French bronzed Spelter and veined green marble mantel clock garniture, the clock itself mounted with a female figure and with a cream enamel dial painted with flowers, on a rectangular base with pole feet, flanked by two two handled urns each on a square base. A George III mahogany bow front kneehole desk, circa 1790, the arrangement of seven drawers around the recessed kneehole cupboard door, on out swept bracket feet. Similar Posts: