We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all North Ayrshire areas including– Barkip Broomlands Bourtreehill Burnhouse Castlepark Crosbie Chapeltoun 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 enamel and seed pearl yellow metal bar brooch, stamped 15 carat, together with another bar brooch set with a amethyst. A vibrant Afghan design carpet, the central medallion flanked by geometric design within matching border on a terracotta and lime green ground. A silver cigarette case of slide action, having engine turned decoration, bearing London Scottish regiment insignia and initials, hallmarks for Birmingham 1933. A pair of Art Deco walnut pot cupboards, each with three drawers with Bakelite handles, raised on stepped block feet. A Georgian silver caster of baluster form, having gadrooned decoration, a pierced lid and pineapple finial, hallmarks for London 1792. A pair of silver salt shakers having lobed bodies, raised on rounded spreading bases, hallmarked for Birmingham. A pair of Keralouve style pottery vases, each with crackle glaze bodies, painted and glazed with a design of seated cats. A novelty sterling silver vesta case in the form of a sentry box, having enamel plaque depicting a Grenadier guard. An Art Deco Token Works walnut drinks cabinet, designed by Betty Joel, with a mirrored cabinet over a slide and four drawers, with ivorine scalloped handles. A French Art Deco table lamp, the moulded pink glass shade signed ‘Muller Frères Luneville’, raised on a wrought iron stand, with leaves and berries. A Chinese hexagonal bulbous form two handled vase on a turquoise ground, having raised figurehead and scroll decoration. A pair of late 19th century oriental square bulbous form thin necked vases, on a blue and white ground with bird, cloud, floral and scroll decoration. A George III mahogany long case clock, the arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds and date aperture. A Persian Tabriz carpet, the large central medallion over foliate design within corresponding multiple borders, on a camel and ivory background. An Art Deco two-tier walnut trolley, with a lift-off tray top with chrome details, over a glazed compartment with bottom hinged drop doors, over another tier. A Chinese cylindrical trumpet shape vase on a blue and white ground, having figural, branch and floral decoration. A central Persian Kashan rug, the pendent medallion on a rouge field surrounded by flower and palmetts with repeat palmette sapphire border. A Victorian silver cream jug having engraved floral and scroll decoration, inscription to cartouche and trefoil paw feet, London 1847. A three piece silver coffee service comprising of coffee pot, jug, and sugar bowl, having ribbed design, hallmarked London 1922. A 20th Century jardiniere with central gilt band on turquoise ground and ormolu-beaded rim, on Empire-style square ormolu base. Similar Posts: