Crown Corning Stainless Flatewear Red Art Deco Handles

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 02,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

Crown Corning Stainless Flatewear Red Art Deco Handles

Vintage Set from Crown Corning Stainless, made in Korea. Set includes 4 dinner forks,, 4 salad forks, 4 butter knives, 4 teaspoons, 4 soup spoons. Great deco set.

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I have a nice variety of interesting stuff and am happy to combine shipping.

INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: I welcome international bidders. If you bid on an item please include your phone number when entering your address. Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying as I don't have that information.

These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up. The value of the item will be calculated at your purchase price.

If you change your mind about the purchase please let me know.� � If I know you're not going to purchase it I can relist it quicker.

PACKAGING: I use used boxes and fluff.� I often turn the box inside out in order to make it look new or to reduce previous labeling.� I do this because I care about the planet.� I am not a global warmest, I have been saving water and turning out lights and precycling long before Al Gore� knew t was a problem.� I just care about the planet and all who live and my future generations having a clean place to live - heck, just having a place to live myself.� Tfore, I recycle when I can.� Just thought you should know.� �

HANDLING FEE: I also charge a $2 handling fee.� Again, I thought you should know.�

INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: If you are an international buyer postage will be calculated according to w you live.� International postage can be costly.� Anything less than 4 pounds can ship for First Class. � The problem with First Class is that you cannot insure it.� I am happy to ship Priority with any weight but anything over 4 pounds will have to go Priority.� I will always try to figure out which is your best bargain.

SHIPPING: I say that I ship on Tuesday and Thursday but the truth is I usually ship every day.� I do have a day job, though and so timing is everything.� What time of the day, or night, your payment arrives has a lot to do with when it is shipped.� I usually print labels for packages in the early evening.

TIMELINE: When I ship, you will receive a letter from PayPal.� Even tho I print out a shipping label on the PayPal site with a tracking number on it, the post office often doesn't scan the item until it reaches its destination post office.� I wish that were different, but it's not.� I know it's hard to wait, but if you're concerned about your packages wabouts the post office won't talk to me about it until 14 days have passed.� I will work with you if you think something is lost� I recommend insurance.� Without it the post office claims no responsibility and is very unhelpful.

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