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A Beautiful/rare Black Painting Plate With Daoguang Mark And Period, 1820–50 For Sale
Black and gilt painted decoration with antique pattern on the glaze. Diameter 24.5 cm. Guanyao, rare and high value, estimate price from sale in Sweden around 5000-6000 pounds
Payment Terms:Pay with credit card through PayPal or bank to bank wire transfers. As soon as I get the message from PayPal, I will send the sale item.
Shipping fee:We ship internationally and the buyer pays actual cost of shipping with Swedish Postal Service. For this item, the shipping cost is estimated as39 pounds to the world. We are glad to combine shipping for items finished at or around the same time.
Terms:Please only offer when you are serious about buying this item. Non-paying buyers will be reported and banned from our future sales. The payment is expected to be made within 3 working days after closing of the sale unless otherwise agreed.
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A Beautiful/rare Black Painting Plate With Daoguang Mark And Period, 1820–50: $510