Here is a Gorgeous Estate Find of a Pair of Antique 1870's Red Mark Royal Satsuma Candelstick Set. They are all in Handpainted Raised Gilt Enamel Designs of Geisha's in a Boat on the Front and Floral Cart & Bird Scene on the Back, with Floral Accents around the Entire Exterior. Both Feature Heavy 24 Kt Raised Gold Gilt Accents with Pristine Extremely Detailed Handpainted Designs Over the Entire Surface. Both Candlesticks are in 100% MINT CONDITION Except for Age Crazing which Only Adds to It's Beauty!! Each Measures 8-1/2 Inches Tall by 3-1/4 Inches across the widest Point. I Bought A Massive Collection of This Series with all Types of Items so I will be Happy to set up a Bulk Sale of Multiple Pieces, and will Combine The Shipping Cost. We will Gladly Consider Any Offers on Our Items, Just Submit offers 24 Hrs a day, Leave a Message and We will get right Back to You. We Accept Paypal, Check or Postal Money Order Payments within 7 days of Sale. Thanks for looking !!
We accept Paypal, Check or Postal Money Order Payments within 7 Days of Sale Date, Items paid by Paypal will Ship Within 5 days of Payment Receipt. Checks and Money Order Payments Must Clear before Item will Ship Usually 7 to 10 Business Days (M-F) of Payment being Received
There will be No Refunds On Any Items, Unless There Is a Serious Mistake in the Items Description. There will be NO REFUNDS ON ANY SHIPPING CHARGES INCURRED. International Purchase Must be Paid by PAYPAL ONLY!! There Will be NO COVERAGE ON LOSS OR DAMAGE ON ANY UNINSURED ITEMS. International Items Must be Sent Priority Mail for Any Insurance Coverage, Items Sent First Class International Are Not Insured and we Will Not Be Responsible For Any Loss Or Damage to Item Mailed First class International. Thanks for You Purchase and Have a Great Day!!
United States: $10.00, US Postal Service Parcel Post® (2 to 9 business days)
Canada: $18.00, USPS First Class Mail® International
Outside US & Canada: $28.00, USPS First Class Mail® International
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