Tiffany Studios Bronze Lamp Base For Art Glass Damascene Shade - Handel Era Nr
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Tiffany Studios Bronze Lamp Base For Art Glass Damascene Shade - Handel Era Nr:
I'm sorry to say but for years now I have looked the other way cost wise on shipping but I cant do it anymore. The shipping cost to the Midwest and far west is so much more than what I have to deal with here in the northeast. I have struggled with doing this as I didn?t want to lose my buyers/buyers west of me but it just adds up to too much money in the long run. Please understand I do this very reluctantly, as such, I am adding 20% to anything being shipped to zone two and 33% to anything being shipped to zone three. Example 75.00 regular shipping cost to zone one is just that 75.00. zone two would be 75.00 times 20% which equals 15.00 which is added to the 75.00 and becomes 90.00. zone three is 75.00 times 33% which is 25.00 which then becomes 100.00 for zone three. Bear in mind I am already very cheap in my packing and shipping costs and DO NOT CHARGE for labor, boxes, bubble, wrap, or peanuts and that we double box the shade and ship the base separately. Please notice the very positive response comments regarding our packaging. Sorry to do this and I hope you will stay on as fine and loyal customers.
DESCRIPTION:Remember folks, no 25-30% buyers premium on top of the sale price here like the Brick and mortar sale houses of today are getting. Thats a HUGE savings to you buyers/buyers here on .PLEASE NOTE: The shade shown in the pictures is NOT included in the sale and is for demonstartion purposes only. By offerding on this item you understand and agree that you are offerding on the base ONLY.So i have for sale and WITHOUT RESERVE this exceptional tiffany studios lamp harp lamp base and it needs no excuses whatsoever as in zero damage of any sort. The blown out shade in the photos, IS NOT PART OF THIS SALE AND IS BEING USED FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY. The base measures 11.5 inches tall and has excellent original patina throughout. The base retaining its original GECO socket which is in fine working order. The base recently rewired with proper period style cloth cord and old style plug. This is NOT a reproduction and is period 1905-1925. The base properly signed ( please see photo ) and is guaranteed to be an original Tiffany Studios base. Again the shade in the photos, IS NOT PART OF THIS SALE AND IS BEING USED FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY.
please check out my otherlighting sales and sales as well. I have a lot of lamps up and running right now and your bound to see something you like.If the winning buyer is from the Northeast I would like to try and get this delivered by one of my employees if possible. Of course if you would like to pick it up at my location that is welcome as well. Feel free to discuss further by sending me an email please. thanks.AS FOR SHIPPING:Please note shipping will be calculated based on your location post sale and we can also discuss delivery inside our radius map (see below). An invoice for the total amount will be sent through as normal.
We may be able to hand deliver this item ourselves. What that means is this. If you live in the following radius or just outside it, we should communicate about not using a major carrier, so it has a better chance of survival and minimizing damage or a damage claim as well.Horseheads nyto Detroit mi, Detroit mi toChicago il, Chicago il toIndianapolis IntoCincinnati oh, Cincinnati oh toPittsburgh pa, Pittsburgh toWashington dc, Washington dc tomanhattan ny, manhattan ny to boston ma,boston mato Albany ny,Albany nytobuffalo ny. If this option is something you would like to discuss, email me, and if there is a shipping amount posted on the listing, we would honor that dollar amount and not go over it so it doesn?t cost you any further money.
TO ALL POTENTIAL BUYERS
buyers please remember that I am selling antiques and that there should be a degree of expectation on your part in knowing that there will be normal aging and minor imperfections towards an item that is 75 to 100 years old. Chances are if there aren't any, it's a newer item and you shouldn't want it anyways. In other words, a minor blemish on some metalwork belonging to a large shade or a 1/16 by 1/16 of a paint flake missing, please try and be reasonable. I really don't want to do a refund because the finial ( typically a 10.00 piece ) isn't perfect on a 2,000.00 lamp. I always describe the important aspects towards condition reports and sometimes my eye misses what I deem immaterial issues such as the aforementioned sentence. It seems the more experienced an antique dealer or buyer is, the more understanding of condition they are. That being said, if you think you're going to be a difficult buyer because you want perfection in a 100 year old piece, please purchase another seller's product. has made it very difficult for sellers in the past few years yet I'm a good seller who wants to be fair and all I ask for is a fair buyer to do business with. Thanks for your understanding