Fenton Favrene Cobalt Blue Daisy Vase BEAUTIFUL

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 27,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
WELCOME TO "KAWRIVER" TREASURES & THINGS OF INTEREST Up for your Bidding Consideration we have this Beautiful Fenton Favrene Daisy Vase. This piece was produced in 1997 and designed by Martha Reynolds. The ornate cap and handles are made of solid Brass. The design was sand carved on Favrene glass made with pure Silver. This is a stunning vase with a Cobalt Blue sand carved glass decorated with iridescent Teal Blue and Gold daisies. This piece stands 11" high to the top of the lid. I have checked this vase over and could find no Nicks, Chips, Cracks or Repairs. The only thing I found is a very light scuffmark on the side and a very small spot on the lid, which shows some discoloration, (see pic). I have not attempted to clean or polish this piece in any way. This is simply a stunning piece and would be a wonderful addition to your Fenton collection. As you know, with Fenton closing, these pieces will only increase in value. Item will ship at 5 to 6 pounds, securely wrapped and packed in all new packing material to insure its safe arrival to your door. PLEASE READ We will be happy to combine shipping on multiple purchases. Please let us know if you plan on bidding on more than ONE item, so packaging does not occur before end of auction. This will save us WORK & MONEY, and you MONEY on shipping and insurance costs. We are not a Dealer or Store, just an Older Couple who have become addicted to going to Estate Auctions and buying Very Nice or Strange and Unusual Items to offer the eBay Public. We are generally sellers of Glass or Pottery, but you never know what you may find in our auctions. Please see Seller's other Auctions for similar items of interest or oddities. It is not in our nature to try and cheat or deceive anyone, so you can trust in this seller. We welcome you to check our feedback. Thanks for stopping by and HAPPY BIDDING, MA & PA KAW NOTE You'll see in many of our Auctions the term "AS MANUFACTURED". We use this term rather than "MINT" as we believe mint means absolutely flawless. Most vintage glass, depression, elegant, 40, 50, 60's, will have manufacturing flaws(straw marks, bubbles, mold glass overrun and pieces of sand most generally found in Pottery under the Glaze, most are acceptable in Vintage Glass and Pottery). Please be aware of this, unless otherwise stated in description. Be assured we will mention any Major Manufacturing Flaws, minor manufacturing flaws are not covered under Return Policy. BE AWARE, IF YOU ARE A KANSAS RESIDENT. Kansas residents will be charged sales tax.Tax will be at the rate of the County in which you reside. Kansas residents making payment without including tax will have payment returned and item sold as a second chance to the next highest bidder. I am sorry I have to do this, but it is a State of Kansas requirement. "NOTE"I DO NOT SHIP INTERNATIONALLY Shipping Information: Shipping will be United States Postal Service in the U.S. or U.S. Territories & Military, unless stated otherwise in the description. Insurance is based on their rates and will be added to the Postage cost. We accept Personal Checks, Money Orders and Cashiers' Checks. Payment MUST be received within 10 days of Ending of Auction. Money Orders, Cashiers' Checks, E Checks and Credit Cards ship next business day - (Personal Checks will be held until they clear before item is shipped). Return Policy We want you to have a pleasant eBay experience and be completely satisfied with your purchase. We do have a 3 day return policy upon receipt of item for any legitimate reason. We do our absolute best to describe items accurately. If for whatever reason t has been an oversight, or if we have missed something, please notify us by e-mail within 3 days of receipt of item to work out details of return. In most cases, we DO cover return postage. Naturally this return policy DOES NOT cover Buyers Remorse.

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