We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Aberdeenshire areas including– Laurencekirk Mintlaw Oldmeldrum Peterhead Portlethen Stonehaven Turriff Westhill Arbuthnott Ardallie 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 red ground Heriz karja carpet, decorated with geometric tear-drop medallion to centre, on a stylised floral ground, multi-bordered and fringed. Early 20th century Dutch school, in the style of 18th century Dutch master, Ships at Sea, oil on board, unsigned. A decorative Art Nouveau style frame with enamel plaque to the centre, decorated with cherubs and stylised foliage, stamped Depose. A cream ground Heriz carpet, having stylised floral and tear-drop medallion to centre, within another medallion on geometric ground, bordered and fringed. A cream ground Gabbeh rug, decorated with three rows of diamond medallions to centre, Greek key borders, on stylised foliate ground, multi-bordered and fringed. An early 19th century silver and gold diamond and enamel plaque. The blue enamel plaque with diamond point wreath and floral sides, within a diamond point border. A late 19th century gold garnet owl brooch. Set throughout with rose-cut garnets and circular-shape garnet cabochon eyes. A late 19th century gold portrait brooch. The oval-shape hand painted portrait, depicting a Sikh gentleman in three-quarter profile, with gilt accent period dress, to the plain surround. A diamond pendant. The old-cut diamond, within a halo surround, to the rose-cut diamond foliate bar and surmount, suspended from an belcher-link back-chain. A mid 20th century gold ruby and diamond brooch. Designed as a chilli, with cushion-shape ruby accent and old-cut diamond stem. Estimated total diamond weight 0.15ct. A good large Japanese Meiji period cloisonné vase. The squared body with blue ground, decorated a study of a bird seated within a tree and flowering shrubs. A 19th century Chinese carved soapstone and wooden panel. Depicting landscape scene in low relief with traditional buildings and small boats to the fore. A Chinese carved green hard stone bowl and cover, the body carved with dual dragon and pearl panels below a radiating petal shoulder with twin pig and serpent handles leading to the swing handle having ogee arch to top, the cover having shishi finial and the whole raised upon flared circular foot. A pair of carved, painted and gilded wood figures. Each modelled as an Eastern deity, dressed in flowing robes and standing upon a plinth base. A 19th century Chinese carved wooden octagonal table top. The centre modelled in deep relief with four warrior figures, within scroll borders, animal cartouches and pierced borders. An Eastern hard stone figure of a tiger. Stood in crouched stance with open mouth upon a rocky base and raised upon further carved hardwood stand. A pair of Persian papier mache vases. Each of ovoid form having exaggerated frilled rim, decorated to the whole with gilt and coloured floral panels upon a dark ground. A fine Japanese mother-of-pearl and abalone inlaid black lacquered table. The square top decorated with elaborate inlaid foliage and butterflies above twin pierced supports and further inlaid lower tier, the whole raised upon four shaped legs and with white metal mounts to the whole. A Sampson Mordan & Co. 9ct gold propelling pencil, the ribbed barrel with domed terminal, within protective case of tapering form having suspension ring, each marked 9. 375. A 9ct gold ballpoint pen set. Comprising two examples each having engine turned bodies with personal engraved cartouches, one with clip, hallmarked Birmingham 1950/3. Similar Posts: