We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Glasgow areas including– Park District Parkhead Partick Partickhill Possilpark Provanhall Provanmill Queenslie Riddrie Robroyston Royston Ruchazie 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 unusual Chinese porcelain footed bowl, with a mottle green glaze, centred with a radiant flower, impressed seal mark to base. A large 20th century Italian ceramic seafood platter, modelled with langoustine, mussels and scallop shells; together with four further bowls and a scallop shell shaped dish. A pair of unusual white gold ear studs, cluster set with green dermantoid garnets and brilliant cut diamonds, some yellow tinted. A tanzanite and diamond cluster ring, the oval-shaped tanzanite within a single-cut diamond surround, with tapered shoulders, estimate total diamond weight 0.05ct. 2.3 grams. An 18ct white gold screw back Art Deco style round brilliant cut and princess cut drop earrings. total 0.77ct. A platinum and diamond full-circle band, with curved section, set throughout with brilliant cut diamonds, estimate total diamond weight 40pts. A pair of Louis XVI style commodes, covered in a foliate aluminium foil, with serpentine rectangular tops above an arrangement of three drawers on short cabriole legs. A mid-19th century French ebonized mantel clock, Le Roy Paris, the white enamel dial set out in Roman numerals in an ebonized case with bale handle. A Chinese orange glass scent bottle, parcel gilded, and decorated with vignettes of flowers and lanterns. A pair of blue and white moon flasks, the central panel decorated with warriors on horseback, with ruyi ears. A pair of 19th century style globular arm rests, with pierced tops and polychrome decoration of bats among clouds. A Poole Pottery coffee service for six place settings, treacle glaze contrasting in white, comprising coffee jug, saucier, milk jug and six cups and saucers. A Victorian hollowware yellow metal brooch, with reversing centre incorporating a pierced ivory stag at bay and a photograph. A Techno Marine ladies’ wristwatch, with a steel case and diamond set bezel, the mother-of-pearl dial with three subsidiary dials and date aperture at 4 o’clock. An 18ct white gold three stone champagne central diamond ring flanked by two white diamonds, total 0.24ct. A 9ct yellow gold multi-colour diamond cluster ring of quadruple elongated hexagonal plaque form with white diamond borders. A Chinese enamelled snuff bottle with a gilt metal stopper, polychrome decorated in enamels with a monkey in a pine tree, bears four character mark to base. A small collection of 3d coins, fifteen pre 1920 with the balance pre 1946. A Techno JPM gentlemen’s chronograph wristwatch, the steel case with diamond set bezel, the silvered dial set out with baton numerals and three subsidiary dials and date aperture between 4 and 5 o’clock, on a rubberised strap. A mid 19th century walnut and partially ebonized ink stand, decorated with scrolling metalwork to top, having glass inkwell. Similar Posts: