consideration, here is a fun original from the late 60s or 70s – a cute wooden
box handbag from the Enid Collins collection.The "upsa daisy" is finished in a medium shade, and has a lovely daisy design on the front,
sides and top, a white flexible handle with metal hardware, and 4 metal feet on
the bottom. Brass bees embellish the top and front. The top opens with attractive metal hardware to reveal a
mirror under the lid, and an interior that is very clean. There
is a small gold store tag on the floor of the bag. Overall, it looks very nice, and has only
minimal signs of use.There is a little
bit of storage dust on top, and the mirror has come loose, so we will carefully
pack that inside. Don’t let this one get away!
A little bit of fine print:
Shipping/Handling: We will combine shipping for a
reasonable discount on multiple purchases and usually ship the first business
day after payment is completed. Our
listed “S/H” price is usually actual cost plus a small percentage upcharge for
overhead (gas, tape, fees, etc.) . If we
find a cheaper way to ship after sale has ended, we will even refund sellers
a few bucks. Shipping costs listed are
for US shipments only. All others must
contact us for an estimate. “Free shipping”, when offered, is only for US
delivery – foreign deliveries will be at actual cost plus a dollar or two.
Item description: I am not an expert on anything,
and do not claim to be. Any sale text
that uses the terms ‘excellent’ or ‘fine’, etc., are descriptive only, and
should not be considered official rating or grading terms for the item.
Pet free, smoke free: Please be aware that while our
own location is smoke/pet free, we recycle packaging whenever possible. Also, a few sale items are from estates or
are being sold for someone else, and these may not be smoke/pet free.
Returns: We accept returns only if the item is found to be
defective or not as described. Buyer must contact seller within 7 days to
negotiate terms. No returns are accepted
if sale item is sold ‘as is’.
Communication: We believe in clear communication, but we
keep it short and to the point. Other than the invoice, we send 1-2 emails to
let the buyer know shipping status.
Your prompt payment = positive response.
Your positive response in return is welcomed to indicate your
satisfaction with the sale. If not
posted within a week of delivery, we may contact you to check status. Please consider this ‘fine print’ as part of
that communication process, and we welcome any and all questions and
And finally: All
correspondence regarding an sale must come through the message