We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all West Lothian areas including– East Calder West Calder Mid Calder Wilkieston Pumpherston Knightsridge Carmondean Deans 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 18 carat yellow and white gold half eternity ring, the wavy band channel set with thirteen graduated brilliant cut diamonds. A silver open face pocket watch; white dial, Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds, key wind Waltham movement. An Art Nouveau open cast hinge bangle, central flower head set with a single round pink ruby, flanked by open scrolling sinuous flowers encrusted with eight smaller pale pink ruby’s. A gold coloured metal and diamond scarf clip, plain oval buckle body set with a single brilliant cushion cut diamond, approx 0.20ct. An antique 18ct yellow gold and diamond five stone ring, with five graduated brilliant cut diamonds in a scrollwork setting. An 18th century Chinese porcelain bowl, decorated in the imari pallette with painted storks and heightened in gilt. A pair of Chinese export famille rose wall pockets, each modelled as a fluted baluster vase with floral decoration, diaper borders and lion mask ring handles, flanked by pairs of playful boys in coloured jackets and iron red trousers. A gold plated open face pocket watch on a 9 carat gold t-bar Albert chain, the watch having white enamel dial, roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and a button wind movement. A quantity of Chinese export mother-of-pearl gaming counters, 19th century, comprising fourteen of fish form, and five of rectangular form. A 22 carat yellow gold, ruby and diamond ring, the collet set oval cut ruby within decorative shoulders set with groups of small round cut diamonds. A 19th century Chinese Cinnabar lacquer Koro, extensively carved with greek key decoration and fish, the handles moulded as dragons. A Japanese mixed metal plate from a Kagamibuta netsuke, depicting a Fujimuseme and Oni. An early 19th century Japanese charger with fluted rim and decorated with a bonsai tree in a jardiniere. An Indian carved sandalwood and damascened writing slope, elaborate relief carved floral and foliate panels with temples, leopards and birds within damascened and ivory borders, hinged lid to upper surface opening to reveal various deposits for writing implements, inkwells etc. An 18th century Chinese porcelain charger decorated with a central floral roundal and imari decoration, Hawthorn to the underside. A crackle glaze 19th century Chinese porcelain ginger jar decorated in underglaze blue with boys at play, signed with a four character mark. A set of three late 18th century Chinese export plates, enamel decoration, borders with trailing sequence of stylised emblems, the central section of plate surface bearing dragon. A nine stone diamond cluster ring, central raised round brilliant cut diamond, surrounded by a band of eight conforming diamonds, 18ct gold shank. A 19th century Chinese embroidered silk table pelmet, with hand embroidered floral, avian and moth subjects on a rich blue ground, finished by a black shaped border and decorated with stylised motifs. A garnet set double snake ring, intertwined snake heads each set with a single oval garnet, 9ct rose gold shank. Similar Posts: