Flow Blue Pitcher & Bowl Set Marked Ashley Belle China

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 01,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Description: We have for sale a pitcher and bowl set. The flow blue pitcher and bowl has no cracks or chips. T is a pretty flower pattern with a blue border that accents the pitcher and bowl. It is marked underneath with Ashley Belle China. This is not an antique, although we do not know the exact age or date it was made. It is very attractive. The total weight for the set is 11 pounds. The pitcher is 11 1/2 inches tall and is 8 1/2 inches from side to side and 7 1/2 inches thick. The bowl is 3 1/2 inches tall and 13 1/2 inches wide. We do have more photographs that we can email if you are interested. And if you have any questions please contact us by email or telephone before you purchase the item. Please view our Terms of Sale and Shipping policy. We only ship to the continental U.S. We do have a retail store and t are times the item may be sold through our store. We try to remove items immediately or the next day at the latest. Mixup's are bound to occur and if this happens we apologize for the confusion.

SHIPPING: Smalls will be ship by DHL, larger items will be ship by Greyhound, ABF Transport, Overnite Transport or AC Delivers. We can only give shipping quotes during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST, except on holidays. We advise you to call or or email two to three days before the listing ends so we have plenty of time to answer all questions and provide shipping cost. We will need your name, address and phone number along with an email address

Unfortunately, it is getting very hard to ship to Canada, we are only able to ship to the USA.

ACCEPTED FORMS OF PAYMENT: include MasterCard, Visa and Discover through our store, as well as US money orders and Pay Pal. Payment can be made by calling the store at or . Please call with any questions or if you would like further information. We are always available to assist you in any way we can.

STORE POLICY: Our goal is happy and satisfied customers. We continually try to offer items that are special and of high quality and in good, clean condition. We take great care in packing so you will receive your item in the same condition it was in when it left our store. Our policy is included with each individual item that we list. Payment is expected within 7 days. If for some reason the buyer does not complete the transaction, we do send Second Chance Offers. Failure to pay within seven days does give us the right to re-list the item(s). Smaller items can be returned, with the buyer paying the shipping both ways. The larger items must be returned in the original packing and arrive in the same condition as when it left our store, with the buyer paying the shipping both ways. We strive to make the customer happy and we will work with you on an individual basis. If for some reason the item(s) is damaged in the shipping, it is the customer's responsibility to file a claim with the shipping company. We will help in any way we can if damage does occur. We are always available to answer questions and provide information. We do exercise our right to cancel auctions at any time. Thanks again!

Terms of Sale: All items F.O.B. Bolivar, Missouri USA. Accepted means of payment are VISA, MASTERCARD, PAYPAL OR U.S. MONEY ORDER (All Funds Are USD). Winning bidder, please contact us within 24 hours with shipping and payment information . A contact phone number would be greatly appreciated.

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