We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Argyll & Bute areas including– Oban Ormsary Otter Ferry Peninver Portavadie Port Askaig Port Bannatyne Port Charlotte Port Ellen Portincaple Portnahaven Portkil Rahane Rhu Rosneath 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/early 20th century Chinese vase decorated with dragons, Greek key and stylised floral designs, underglaze blue six character Kangxi mark surrounded by twin dragons to base. A pair of 19th Century French gilt metal lily spray five light mantel candelabra with opaline glass flower heads, on spreading base. A late 19th century military style mahogany campaign box, with lacquered brass corner and quoin mounts and strap guides, having straight sides, two shallow flank drawers and a hinged lid. 19th Century Continental school, Moonlit landscape with ruins and foregrounded figures gathered round a fire, oil on canvas, unsigned, contemporary gilt gesso frame with rounded aperture A large period pressed stone sectional bird bath having a shell form bowl over a column support, decorated with dolphins on a circular base. 18th Century Italian style, winged putti with a parrot and festooned swags of flowers, oil on canvas, unsigned, gilt frame. The Churchill Centenary Medals trustees presentation edition set of commemorative silver gilt medals, 24 in total, bound in a presentation album. An 18ct gold ring, having a drawn and gathered wire shank, claw set with an amber coloured stone. A late 19th Century architectural marble and gilt bronze mantle clock, the sarcophagus form base with central circular engine turned dial with Roman numerals and minute track, mounted with a classical frieze and berried leaf cast border, raised on paw feet surmounted by the reclining figure of Sappho. A mid 20th century Kashan carpet, central medallion against a red floral field within palmette and foliate borders. A pair of late 19th Century Sitzendorf figures of putti on bended knee holding a pair of flower encrusted vases, decorated in underglaze blue and colour enamel. A 1898 Queen Victoria Sovereign, widow head rev. St George and dragon, on a gold mount. A Doulton Lambeth glazed stoneware oil lamp, of inverted baluster form, decorated in raised relief with flower prunus branches, butterflies and panels filled with perched birds, a coiled snake and a goldfish, on plinth base, impressed marks, fitted with a stoneware mounted glass reservoir and Hinks Duplex burner. A tall 19th century Canton vase and cover having all over decoration with scenes of warriors fighting, lid mounted with dog of foe. An early 19th Century Regency ebonized and brass mounted bracket clock, the circular 9 inch convex cream painted dial with Roman numerals and minute track. Five pillar rack and bell striking twin fusee movement with anchor escapement, break arch top case with brass carrying handles, arched fish scale fret cut panels to sides and conforming fret infill above and below dial, flanked by brass pilasters to front, on moulded base raised on brass ball feet. A Doulton Lambeth blue glazed stoneware silver mounted trophy jug, of tapering cylindrical form with loop handle, moulded in relief with a central shield ‘B. S. A Shooting Cup’. An 18ct gold pendant necklace, having a cluster drop, set with a central yellow sapphire, surrounded by ten diamonds, on a flat curb link chain. An early 19th Century satin birch and mahogany tea casket, having straight sides and a shell marquetry design on the hinged lid, enclosing a fitted interior with a pair of removable, covered caddies and a central cut glass bowl. An art deco table lamp in the form of a chryselephantine figure of a girl under a lamp post, Vienna, 1920s – 1930s. A 19th century Meissen porcelain plaque painted after Raphael with the Madonna and child, mounted in an oval gilt metal frame, bears painted blue cross swords mark. Similar Posts: