We offer confirmation/probate valuations of house contents in all Aberdeenshire areas including– Netherley New Aberdour New Byth New Deer New Leeds New Pitsligo Newburgh Newmachar Newtonhill Old Deer 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 cast and patinated bronze figure after the Borghese Gladiator, standing on marble plinth. A Gentleman’s stainless steel Tissot Automatic Sea star wristwatch, the blue dial with batons and date aperture, with attached stainless steel bracelet. An early 20th century opal and diamond necklace, designed as four opal and diamond set ribbons, interspersed with opal and diamond floral clusters, suspending stone set swags and double bar drop, all claw and collet set in yellow and white metal, the reverse stamped ‘375’, with attached yellow metal chain, the barrel snap stamped ‘9k’, total weight 13 grams. A pair of Indian miniature portraits, opaque watercolour on ivory, male and female sitters wearing elaborate robes, each beside a window with draped curtains. A Chinese cizhou type jar and cover, of ovoid form, the pale stoneware coated in white slip and painted with bands of diaper and flower panels. A pair of Japanese cloisonné vases of hexagonal section and ovoid form worked in white metal wire with panels of exotic creatures and borders of stylised flowers and foliage. A pair of Chinese famille rose salts, 18th century, of ogee form with lobed rims and deep conical feet, painted in colours with flower a sprig trellis pattern. A pair of Mdina glass decanters of square section with globular stoppers, the bodies trailed with blue irregular forms against a mottled amber ground. A Persian type rug, hand woven, the red ground with multiple geometric bands alternating with stylised birds and other animals, within geometric guard stripes. A Damascus marquetry and mother-of-pearl inlaid octagonal table, first half 20th century, on Persian-style arched supports highlighted with stringing and banding, the table top opening to reveal a lined interior compartment. A hand-woven Persian rug, the central medallion in camel and pale green, bordered by flower sprays on a blue ground within camel and lavender floral borders. A diamond three-stone dress ring. The slightly graduated old-cut diamonds, within an old-cut diamond halo, to the plain band. Principal diamond estimated weight 0.80ct. A pair of sapphire and diamond earrings. Each designed as a circular-shape sapphire, within an old-cut diamond surround, suspended from an old and rose-cut diamond cluster surmount. Estimated total old-cut diamond weight 2cts. A late 19th century micro mosaic brooch. Of oval outline, the mosaic depicting the pantheon, within a rope-twist and scrolling surround. A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain two handled vases, painted with roses to each side by Austin, the handles cast with dolphins etc., within gilt borders, on four shaped feet, printed marks in green to underside. A diamond solitaire ring, with central round brilliant cut stone, approx 0.92cts, flanked by two baguette cut stones, in a white metal setting, with a yellow metal band, marked 14K. A Continental white metal and enamel circular compact, the lid decorated with a terrier, the underside with guilloche decoration, in green, stamped to side 925. An oak nest of three tables made by Peter Rabbit man Heap, each of rectangular form on chamfered supported, carved with typical rabbit. A George III oak caddy top bachelor’s type chest, with a brushing slide, above two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet. An early 19th Century Staffordshire enamel Lord Nelson related patch box, the hinged lid decorated with a ship and the slogan “Nelson Triumphant Victory or Death”, the underside inset with an oval mirror.