We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Argyll & Bute areas including– Inveruglas Isle Kames Keillmore Kilberry Kilchenzie Kilcreggan Kilmadan Kilmartin 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 late 19th Century Sino-European carved, black lacquered and gilded chinoiserie tea casket of serpentine outline with a lockable, hinged lid on claw feet, fitted with two decoratively engraved, removable pewter caddies. A pair of late 19th Century cast gilt bronze and champleve enamel sidepiece dishes, decorated in colours with stylised geometric designs, each elevated on a knopped stem, beside which leans a standing cherub, on a platform base and splayed feet. A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century Japanese carved and ebonized hardwood figures, standing elders, each wearing robes and a broad brimmed hat, holding beads, on a naturalistic plinth. An early Victorian mahogany and parcel gilt centre table, the circular later painted simulated marble top with tilt action on tapering stem and triform base on scroll feet and brass casters. A late Victorian oil lamp, having a Hink’s Duplex Patent burner, on a slice decorated, clear glass reservoir, a reed moulded, lacquered brass column and a circular, black glass base. A Victorian rosewood and burr walnut centre table, the rectangular cross banded and parquetry trellis patterned top on paired bobbin turned supports united by a conforming stretcher, on down swept brass capped feet on casters. A late 18th/early 19th Century New Hall porcelain punch bowl, decorated in iron red and pink on a midnight blue ground with uniform designs pattern no. 1474 11. A 9ct white gold Certina ladies wristwatch, baton numerals, on a textured bracelet, total weight 34g. A pair of late Victorian brass candlesticks, decorated with Celtic ornament, each comprising a straight, deep socket, in a castellated bowl design sconce, over a reeded column, surmounted by a circular shield, on a domed base and bun feet. William IV rosewood library table, the rectangular top with beaded edge over a plain frieze with two drawers to one side, on fluted and acanthus carved supports and lobed bun feet. A Regency mahogany bow front chest of drawers, with four graduated ebony strung long drawers with gilt brass knob handles above a shaped apron on splayed bracket feet. An 18ct gold snowflake design cluster ring, set with a central sapphire within a brilliant, baguette and marquise cut diamond surround. A 1970s Jean Conn of Mayfair evening gown, in flame orange chiffon, over a lined satin under shift, the fitted bodice heavily embroidered with gold and amber coloured bugle beads. An Edwardian fifteen piece, tortoiseshell and part silver mounted vanity set, in a contemporary tooled, gilded hide and an engraved green satin lined presentation case, comprising a jewellery casket, a manicure set, a pair of hair and a pair of clothes brushes, a hair tidy, glove stretchers, a shoe horn, button hook and comb, three various trays and a hand mirror. An Edwardian cut crystal decanter of shouldered, tapered square box form, having a plain silver collar and blown stopper, decorated in panels with Art Nouveau inspired floral designs. A vintage black Bakelite cased, cradle type, dial-up telephone handset with an index drawer and entwined brown fabric covered cables. An Art Deco inspired cast and patinated green bronze table lamp, fashioned as a nude, posing beside a lamp standard, on a stepped, square plinth with a crackled green glass globe shade. A late 19th century oil lamp, the burner set on a Cranberry coloured glass reservoir, a reed moulded column and a decoratively cast glass triform base, with a Cranberry coloured glass shade and chimney. A pair of early 20th Century French Louis XVI style grey painted beechwood armchairs, with moulded frames, curved rectangular tapered padded backs, padded open scroll arms and stuff over seat, on fluted tapering legs, upholstered in blue striped velour. A French pompier’s brass helmet, the applied, silver plated insignia inscribed Fluctat nec Mercitur on the banner, above a triple masted ship on the crowned arms. Similar Posts: