Gonda Japanese Wireless Cloisonne 7" Vase For Sale
GONDA Japanese Wireless Cloisonne 7" VASE -- SEE PHOTOS -- Measures approx 7" tall. Shape/design/colors, as shown. Weighs 1/2 pound - unpacked. Maker's mark on bottom, as shown. Condition - Beautiful cobalt blue finish, with colorful flower pattern. There appears to be a "hard-to-find" hairline crack down from the top rim, from under to metal top ring, and down less than an inch. I couldn't see the crack, but felt it when I ran my finger around the neck of the case. Displays very nicely, and in GOOD, clean condition. Preferred payment - PAYPAL. USPS Delivery Confirmation is now called
Tracking and is automatically added to the shipping cost by USPS. Most packages of 2 pounds and more are shipped FEDEX Ground. High buyer pays actual shipping rate and small packing materials fee for breakable items and in some cases (breakable items) Insurance can been added. (See 's new policy)I will accept returns within 10 days from the shipping date to you. I will refund the the amount you offer on for the item, but not the shipping or packing materials charges. You will be responsible for return shipping costs.Please consider all this before offerding on my sales.SELLER will send High buyer /PAYPAL INVOICE within approx 4-6 hours of sale end. Please
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request the total for this sale when the sale ends. This seller knows you need that for payment and is sending it to you in e-mail.INTERNATIONAL
buyers: Continuing problems with international buyers (Items not
arriving because of foreign postal systems), have led me to stop doing International sales. On Mar-28-13 at 09:53:20 PDT, seller added the following information:
After several more minutes of examining this piece with the person I am selling it for, we discovered another VERY TIGHT hairline crack, from the base to about half way up. It is in the dark blue background, around to the right of the smaller flower. It was very difficult to see even after finding it by continually running my fingernail lightly around the smooth surface, many, many times. I'm sorry this was NOT mentioned in the original posting, but it was just found, after a lot more examining of this beautiful piece.