We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Perth & Kinross areas including– Birnam Blackford Blair Atholl Blairgowrie Blairingone Bridge of Balgie Bridge of Cally 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 pair of Napoleon III style lidded jars and covers, turquoise field, panel of girl and cupid, surrounded by flowers. A late George III 9ct gold enamel memorial ring, the octagonal black and white enamel panel with central oval, woven hair panel. A George III 9ct gold garnet and hair memorial ring, the central woven hair panel with personal inscription to the reverse, to the tapered band with pierced foliate detail. 3.8 grams. A George II silver salver with shell and gadroon-cast scrolling rim, floral and scroll-engraved border and central coat of arms with two crests, on three scroll feet. An early 20th century postcard album. Over 200 cards, mainly British topography including Lake District and various seaside resorts, but also SS Empress off Swanage, Cherbourg, St Mark’s Venice, London, etc. A Chinese balloon vase, character marks to collar, all over enamel decoration, two panels with birds and shrubs, two fan panels with inscription, character stamp to base. A fine Jaques Laurent 1970s gentlemen’s fur lined trench rain coat, with leather edging, double breasted, leather buttons, with large fur collar, and lined with Nutria fur lining. A pair of gold coloured filigree ear pendants, the oval panel pediments each suspending a pierced filigree panel with a fringe of ropetwist bars below, indistinct marks on the fish hook fittings. A Bristol blue style decanter, grape and vine stopper, similar decoration to neck, branch, leaf and flower stand. A 19th century mahogany miniature chest of drawers. Perhaps an apprentice piece, the rectangular top with moulded front edge over two short and two graduated long draws with knob handles, on bracket feet. A 19th century gilt metal-topped treen walking stick or cane. The mushroom top with a relief mask over entwined serpent, to a tapering shaft. A pair of sapphire and white stone ear studs , the oval cut sapphires within a surround of step and circular cut white stones, with post fittings. A jadeite Buddha pendant, the jade plaque carved to depict a Buddha, in a gold surround, suspended by a gold chain, stamped 14k. A late Georgian brass-mounted horn powder-flask. Of teardrop form with brass nozzle and seams. A single stone diamond ring , the brilliant cut diamond estimated to weight 0.70 carats, in a four claw setting, 18 carat gold London hallmark. A decorated Indian dagger in scabbard. The painted foliate handle having lion mask terminal leading to the steel blade having raised decoration and detailed ‘India’, in elaborate beaded pink fabric scabbard. A 9 carat gold charm bracelet , the fancy links suspending a novelty gem set bird cage, a gem set basket, a lantern style fob, and a cornelian watch key, 56g gross. A William IV gold rectangular-shape glazed panel memorial brooch with split pearl surround, together with a split pearl clover stickpin. An Anglo-Indian ivory inlaid sadeli writing box. The exterior having ivory panel inlay and concentric bands of micro-mosaic radiating from a central green stained oval plaque, the hinged cover opening to reveal a sloping writing surface lifting to reveal two further concealed compartments having further inlay. A Victorian horn-handled novelty walking stick or cane. Modelled as the head of a greyhound or whippet, with glass eyes, to a metal collar and rootwood shaft. Similar Posts: