We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Glasgow areas including– Muirend Newlands Nitshill Oatlands Pollok Pollokshaws Pollokshields Polmadie Priesthill Queen’s Park Roughmussel Shawlands Shieldhall Simshill South Nitshill 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 18th century mahogany square basin stand with waved gallery to the top, fitted shallow drawer to the centre tier, & with pierced diagonal stretchers. An 18th century Chinese porcelain punch bowl painted with sprays of flowers & swags in famille rose enamels, with 19th century gilt-metal rim, scroll side handles, & pierced base. A regency giltwood frame triple panel overmantel mirror, the frieze with relief decoration of gryphons & leaf-scrolls centred by a classical mask, the pilasters with Egyptian masks above pendant bell flowers. A late 18th century figured mahogany & satinwood cross banded octagonal box with hinged lid inset bevelled mirror to the interior. A late 19th/early 20th century mantel clock, the gilt-brass dial with regulator to the arch & with scroll spandrels, eight-day movement striking on a coiled gong, in mahogany lancet case with brass side handles & bracket feet. A Japanese carved ivory okimono figure of Hotei standing on a rock, his sack over his shoulder and a staff in his hand, a bundle of scrolls before him, a boy standing at his side; signed to the underside of the flat oval base. A Victorian carved walnut frame occasional chair with tall padded back & wide padded seat, on carved short cabriole legs with brass castors. A Russian green-stained & natural bone-veneered rectangular box inset carved & pierced ivory panels depicting various animals. A Tibetan bronze seated Buddhistic figure on oval base, with traces of polychrome decoration. A late 18th century inlaid mahogany secretaire bookcase enclosed pair of glazed doors, with associated cornice, the base fitted three graduated drawers below the secretaire, on splay bracket feet. A mid-Victorian carved mahogany armchair with rounded buttoned back, padded scroll arms, & on short turned & reeded tapering legs with ceramic castors. A late 19th century French hardwood jardinière stand in the Chinese style, having circular top with pierced frieze, cast brass mounts & on slender legs with carved paw feet. A Victorian walnut tripod table, the circular top veneered with specimen woods, on turned & carved centre column & three carved cabriole legs. A Chinese hardwood miniature table cabinet with engraved brass mounts, fitted two small drawers enclosed by a pair of panel doors. An antique Persian rug with dark blue ground centre, all-over figured with geometric panels & motifs within wide multiple borders. A 19th century inlaid mahogany sideboard with cross banded top & marquetry decoration, the bow-fronted centre fitted frieze drawer, a deep drawer either side, all with cast gilt-brass handles, on six turned & reeded tapering legs. A 19th century giltwood & composition frame rectangular wall mirror decorated with flowers & fruit in high relief. A regency giltwood frame narrow rectangular pier glass mirror, with verre eglomise landscape panel frieze, & with reeded pilasters. A Victorian mahogany pedestal desk, the stage top with turned gallery, two small drawers, & inset tooled leather top, fitted three frieze drawers below, & three graduated drawers to each pedestal. A Persian rug of dark blue ground with repeating multi-coloured lozenge design within multiple borders. Similar Posts: