We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Fife areas including– Aberdour Pittenweem Newport on Tray Tayport Leuchars Leuchars Kincardine Newburgh 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 Victorian three piece Rosewood and mahogany and inlaid drawing room suite, the settee with a curvilinear padded and button back above shaped Rosewood splats inlaid in satinwood with ribbon tied classical urns, padded seat raised upon shaped vase shape legs and castors and two conforming easy chairs. A mahogany and inlaid library bookcase, in George III style, late 19th/ early 20th century, the moulded cornice above four astragal glazed doors opening to adjustable shelves, the lower section with drawers above four brass grille panelled cupboard doors, on bracket feet. A diamond three-stone ring, the slightly graduated brilliant-cut diamonds to the tapered band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct. Weight 2.5 grams. A 9ct gold tanzanite and diamond cluster ring. The rectangular-shape tanzanite, within a single-cut diamond surround, to the single-cut diamond shoulders and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.10ct. Hallmarks for Birmingham. Weight 1.8 grams. A Chinese blue and white porcelain baluster vase, the centre with continuous decoration of dragons chasing pearls, within panels of lotus flowers and scrolling foliage. A Continental giltwood wall mirror, 19th century, possibly Venetian, surmounted by cherubs and floral vase above rectangular mirror plate within floral and scroll model frame. A pair of carved beech and upholstered tub armchairs in Louis XV style, last quarter 19th century, each arched tapering back above shaped padded arms, each cushion seat above moulded cabriole legs, headed by floral terminals. A Senneh rug, the dark blue field woven with an intricate lattice of stylised flowers writhing a red field border of stylised flowers. An early 20th century gold diamond, split pearl and turquoise ring. The diamond point, within an alternating turquoise and split pearl surround, to the foliate engraved shoulders and band. A George IV mahogany shelving unit, the square moulded top with turned finials above three drawers each joined by baluster foliate supports raised upon vase shape legs, brass castors. A 9ct gold topaz line bracelet. Designed as a series of circular-shape blue topaz, to the partially concealed clasp. Hallmarks for Birmingham. A diamond and synthetic ruby three-stone ring, the brilliant-cut diamond and circular-shape synthetic ruby sides, to the tapered band. Estimated diamond weight 0.25ct. Weight 9.8 grams. An 18th century ebonized table clock, the English four pillar eight-day twin chain fusee bell striking movement with anchor escapement, the brass break-arch dial with a strike subsidiary dial above a silvered Roman numeral chapter ring with arcaded minute ring, enclosing a chequerboard hath engraved centre and with rococo scroll cast and pierced spandrels, in a Austrian stained fruitwood case with foliate a swing handle above a stepped dome top, moulded corners and on foliate scroll cabriole feet. An early 20th century 18 carat gold signet ring, the oval panel with engraved initial monogram to the tapered shoulders. Hallmarks for Birmingham, 1919. Weight 4.7 grams. A synthetic opal and paste cluster ring of openwork design, the oval synthetic opal cabochon, within a circular-shape colourless paste surround. Foreign marks. Weight 2.1 grams. A patinated bronze model of tiger in the late 19th century Meiji style, 20th century, the beast portrayed snarling, its head turned to sinister, its stripes cast in low relief. A Chinese white metal incense burner, moulded with dragons chasing pearls, on three mythical beast and scrolling paw feet, bears four character marks to base. A George III mahogany bureau, circa 1780, the rectangular fall opening to an arrangement of small drawers, pigeon holes and a central cupboard, above four long graduated drawers, on bracket feet. A German papier mache rectangular snuff box, 1830s, the cover painted with a family before a painting of the Madonna and Child. A Victorian oak hall bench, circa 1860, the raised back with central porthole containing stylised initials flanked by pierced scroll fretwork and conforming down swept arms, the plank seat above bulbous turned and fluted legs. Similar Posts: