We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all South Ayrshire areas including– Old Dailly Pinmore Pinwherry Prestwick Straiton Symington 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 large 20th century Chinese porcelain baluster vase, decorated with vignettes of animals within Chinese ornaments and scrolling foliage, bears six character marks to base. An American wall clock with carved pediment above a rosewood, parquetry and marquetry case flanked by two turned columns, the painted face with Roman numerals and an eight day movement. A tile top table, the circular top inset with tiles painted with silhouettes of autumnal leaves, mounted onto a wrought iron stand. A teak dressing table, with a hinged cupboard to the side, over four drawers, with shaped triptych mirror. A Regency rosewood and boxwood strung tea caddy of sarcophagus form, with lion mask handles, on squat bun feet. An 18th century oak and mahogany cross banded long case clock, the hood with a swan neck pediment above a round glass window flanked by turned columns with brass capitals enclosing a brass engraved face with Roman numerals, date aperture, pierced hands and a second dial. Three vintage costume brooches to include, a gilt metal mounted amethyst glass brooch, a citrine glass brooch and an ametrine glass brooch. An unusual early 20th century rocking horse with painted bow rocker, the horse with original hide covering and part of the tack. Detaching to become a walking aid. A Coalbrookdale style painted cast iron stove, decorated with mask heads, griffins and scrolls. A Victorian cast antimony novelty ink stand, modelled as the head of an Indian elephant, hinged lid with a monkey finial, on a rectangular oak plinth with a moulded outline. A 19th century carved coconut cup, decorated with elephants, giraffes, other wild animals and a European huntsman, on a turned walnut stand. A small Chinese tea bowl, yellow and green glaze with a matching saucer, bears six character Kangxi style marks to base. A large late Victorian/early Edwardian silver plated easel photograph frame embossed scallop shells and floral scrolls. A Victorian bleached walnut desktop stationery rack, slope front with two hinged doors enclosing rack and a perpetual calendar, with a single drawer under. A George IV walnut tea caddy, of oblong form with herringbone stringing and cross-banding. A 9 carat yellow gold, sapphire, and diamond three stone ring, the diamonds of approx. 0.40 carats combined. A late 18th century oak and mahogany cross banded mule chest of large proportions, the lift up lid above a bank of three dummy drawers enclosing a vacant interior with a candle box, above a bank of three over three drawers on ogee bracket feet. An 18 carat yellow gold and solitaire diamond ring, the fancy coloured stone of approx. 0.70 carats. A black lacquered and chinoiserie decorated mantel clock, decorated with oriental figures, flowers and foliage with a white enamel dial. A Chinese large sang de boeuf vase, with applied ram head decoration, bears four character Yongzheng style mark to base. Similar Posts: