We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all North Ayrshire areas including– Kelburn Lawthorn Lylestone Meigle Meikle Auchengree Montgreenan 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 19th Century mahogany two tiered corner cabinet, with astragal glazed door and drawers to the upper section, on a cupboard base. A Victorian white metal babies rattle having a coral teething handle, foliate repousse decoration and bells. A riveted aluminium and copper patchwork television stand with two drawers and two storage openings. A collection of Britain lead soldiers, of various regiments, some with articulated arms, boxed. A Regency rosewood and brass inlaid, fold-over card table, on a quatraform platform, with four scrolling legs with brass castors. A 1949 Scottish silver and citrine brooch modelled as a thistle, the broad collar with incised thistle motif decoration. A Chinese cast bronze incense burner, the pierced ovoid top decorated with flowers and scrolling foliage and having pierced panels depicting phoenixes, the circular base decorated with phoenixes chasing flaming pearls. A silver dressing table box having engine turned decoration and plain cartouche to hinged lid, blue velvet lining and hoof feet, Birmingham 1921. A Chinese Peking glass snuff bottle, having applied decoration depicting boys riding a frog and a fish, with stylised waves and bats, bears applied seal mark to body. A pair of Art Nouveau spelter figures on circular ebonized wood bases, a female atop a lion with an oak leaf in left hand, and her male counterpart, also atop a lion with a flaming torch in right hand, each of their arm outstretched. An Anglo-Malaysian coromandel and rosewood work box on stand, with broadly fluted sides. The rosewood lid rising to reveal an inlaid mandala to the underside. The whole raised on splayed square section legs. A Chinese hexagonal famille rose vase, decorated on each side with panels of various figural scenes and flowering branches, bears an obscured seal mark within double square border to base. A large silver vesta having extensive engraved decoration to the front and back, Birmingham 1903. A Victorian porcelain nursery lamp, designed as an owl, encrusted with flowers, complete with opaque glass shade. An Edwardian style lamp table, mahogany, oval with hand painted trailing rose decoration, turned and tapering legs. A large vintage pale green ground carpet, woven with a central floral panel and fringed edges. In the Chinese style. An early 20th century Chinese porcelain tea bowl and cover, polychrome decorated with birds flying amongst waves and flowers with setting sun, bears four character to base. A Chinese blue and white porcelain baluster shape vase, with cover, decorated with figures in courtyard scenes, bears double blue circle to base. A 19th century Chinese blue and white crackle glazed ovoid jar, decorated with various courtesan figures amongst a table of treasures, bears four character mark to base. A Dutch Delft blue and white covered vase, probably 19th Century, lightly fluted shouldered form, panelled decoration of flowers and foliage, the domed lid with a lion finial. Similar Posts: