We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all East Dunbartonshire areas including– Haughhead Lennoxtown Lenzie Milngavie Milton of Campsie Torrance 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 Victorian mahogany lazy Susan, of lobed circular shape, with eight dished apertures and fret carved decoration. A late 19th century French porcelain mounted ormolu three piece clock garniture, the dial painted with a still life, surmounted by peacocks, scrolls and masks, the eight day movement signed Howell, James & Co., striking on a bell. A pair of South American carved wooden and iron mounted stirrups, decorated in relief with a llama in a central medallion, amongst stylised geometric designs. An early 20th century fruitwood haberdashery cabinet, containing an arrangement of twenty short drawers, on a shaped stand. A large 18 carat gold sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the central oval sapphire set within twelve diamonds. A pair of early 19th century Staffordshire figures of a street vendor and his wife, each shown seated, him holding a shoe with dog hiding beneath his seat and her holding a jug, on square bases. A pair of French Art Nouveau pewter figural candlesticks, each in the form of a lady holding a vase, stamped Etain 95. A Victorian clear glass epergne, the central frilled vase with a blue border, surrounded by three suspended vases, on a circular frilled base. A pair of ornate 19th century Sheffield plated wine coolers, each of fluted twin handled shape on a scrolled base, engraved with a crest. A vintage Omega Automatic Chronometer Constellation 9 carat gold and steel cased gentleman’s wristwatch, on a black leather strap. An early 20th century gilt metal anniversary clock, the white enamel dial painted with flowers, contained under a glass dome. A George III mahogany inlaid and brass bound cellarette, of octagonal shape with a hinged lid, on a splayed stand. An 18th century Dutch mahogany dressing table mirror, the rectangular adjustable plate surmounted by a carved shell, above a hinged sloping fall, enclosing a fitted interior, on bracket feet. A French gilt metal and bronzed figural mantle clock, with a white enamel dial, surmounted by Orpheus reclining, having a twin train movement striking on a bell, contained under a glass dome, on an ebonized plinth. A Victorian green and vaseline glass epergne, with four frilled trumpet shaped vases, each with trailed glass decoration, on a square frilled glass base. A Victorian pollard oak and ebonized snooker/billiards score board and ball rack, by Orme & Sons, Manchester. A Regency simulated tortoiseshell tea caddy, of hinged rectangular shape, and compartmented interior, with a foliate escutcheon, on gilt metal paw feet. A 19th century continental three piece figural clock garniture, the clock with a painted dial, surmounted by a bronzed figure, on a rouge marble base, flanked by a pair of four branch candelabra, all on gilt metal feet. A large 19th century brown glazed Lambeth ware harvest jug, of swollen shape with a double lipped neck and reeded handles, relief decorated with figures, trees, dogs and windmills. An Art Deco silver canteen of cutlery, with hallmark and signature for Charles Boyton, London 1936, comprising of sixteen dessert forks, eight dessert knives, twelve table forks, twelve table knives, eight cheese knives, eight fish forks, eight fish knives, two game carvers, two meat carvers, one soup ladle, two fish carvers, six servers to include four spoons and two forks, eight soup spoons, eight dessert spoons, eight grape fruit spoons and two ladles, contained in a Jacobean style oak three drawer canteen. Similar Posts: