ANCIENT ANTIQUE OLD SILVER MUGHAL COIN CUFFLINKS INDIA

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  • Item Category: Jewelry
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 27,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

INDIAN TRIBAL JEWELLERY

ANCIENT ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLE STERLING OLD SILVER MUGHAL COINS CUFFLINK SOLID. VERY STRONGLY MADE BEAUTIFUL OLD WORN PAIR GREAT FOR YOUR JEWELLERY COLLECTION.

Size of top - 2 cm
Weight - 26.5 grams
Material - Good silver and original old mugal coins.Can be clean and polish. -------------------------------------------------

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WORLDWIDE flat rate shipping coast $20 for fast insured airmail service. We will be happy to combine items to save on Shipping. Same Shipping coast $20 for up to 500 grams weight parcel. All items shipped are 100% Insured and full safe. All winning bidders will receive an invoice for items won; w multiple items are won a combined invoice will be sent. We prefer payment by Paypal or Bank transfer. We usually ship items the next working day after cleared funds are received. You may be liable for custom tax or other local charges if any.You may be charged import duties and taxes that are levied once a shipment reaches your country. Customs clearance charges are your responsibility as we have no control over these charges and cannot predict what they will be. As customs charges vary widely from country to country, please contact your local customs office for further information. If a shipment is rejected because of customs clearance charges, you will be responsible for any fees incurred. Insurance is necessary for all INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS.

Packaging & Shipping

We take great pride in our packaging and ship worldwide, as you will see from our feedback! We aim to be as quick and efficient as possible at the lowest cost to you and we are always happy to combine shipments to reduce costs further. All buyers please send complete address with pin code and phone numbers.

Return policy

Your bid is a contract to purchase and you are bidding to buy, not to view on approval. If you change your mind having received the item, then we are unable to offer a refund. We endeavor to accurately describe all of our items, but in the rare event that we have made a mistake and the item received is not as described, we will refund all the buyer's costs upon return of the item.

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Wholesale

Wholesalers and dealers are welcome. We are manufacture of all kind of silver, gold & stones jewellery.

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