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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 15,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
This wonderful collectible is part of my huge collection. Over the years I've accumulated over 150 different figurines, pictures, paintings, plates, eggs, you name it, I've probably got it. My deceased brother got me a lot of things, & my kids & grands have added to it. I can't keep up with the cleaning for all the shelves of things, so it's time to down size. I'm going to be listing a lot of hummingbird themed collectibles in the next few weeks, so if you are a hummingbird lover, keep me on your watch list, & maybe there will be some thing you just can't do without. This is a Holsted House porcelain figurine with 2 white doves, & 2 pink rose blooms, with an unopened bud, leaves & branches. It has great details & colors. The base says it's Enchanting White Doves, 2001 Porcelain Garden Collection. It's 5" tall, 5" across, & 4" deep. No cracks, chips, or breaks in it. *INSURANCE IS INCLUDED IN THE SHIPPING ON THIS ITEM* ALL SALES ARE FINAL-AS IS-NO RETURNS.* Please be sure to read the following for return policy & further shipping & payment information* I don't accept returns unless I have made an error in the listing that affects the quality or purpose of the item. Changing your mind, (commonly called buyer's remorse), not reading the listing all the way through, or not inspecting the pictures closely is YOUR responsibility & not my fault. Please read all the description information & look at the pictures carefully before bidding/purchasing. I'm happy to answer any questions before bidding so there won't be any hard feelings on either side. *As a courtesy to buyers who may want to shop a little longer, I don't require immediate payment on my buy-it-now prices. But as a return courtesy to me, I request that buyers either pay within 24 hours, or contact me & let me know when to expect payment. I have my system set up to send an invoice every day as a reminder. I don't want to offend you by shoving annoying emails down your throat, so if you contact me, we can avoid any misunderstandings. Thanks! *Please note-eBay has changed the policies on unpaid items. It used to be a week before it was considered an unpaid item, BUT IT'S NOW ON THE 4th DAY. If it's not paid for in 3 days, on the 4th day an unpaid item dispute can be filed, & an unpaid item mark is then put against the buyers rating if it's not settled within a weeks total time, which may affect future buying or selling on eBay. This is because so many sellers complained that it tied up the item for 2 weeks or more while waiting for payment or to be able to re-list the item if it didn't get paid. Since I have a store here on eBay, the Unpaid Item Manager is AUTOMATIC for my listings. That means I don't do it myself, it's done by eBay! I've had several no-pays over the past year, so it's becoming a major problem for me as well. Because I have a small store, & am retired on a (very small) fixed income, I can't afford to have eBay charging me listing fees, store fees, final selling fees, & have PayPal getting a percentage as well, & then not get paid. USPS & UPS s hipping rates went up March '09, again January 4th, 2010- and were supposed to have gone up yet again in May, 2010. (I think they chickened out). Rates went up yet again January 2nd, 2011. I have no control over the postage rates. I use calculated shipping for most of my listings (books are flat rate media mail for single purchases, & calculated media for multiple purchases) so shipping fees are figured out by eBay/PayPal based on your zip code & the weight of the item, as well as how it's shipped. Please keep in mind that these costs also have to include the weight for the box & packing supplies, so when you look at an item & try to figure out why the shipping weight doesn't match what you think the the weight of the item should be, please remember that the weight isn't just for the item; the bubble wrap, peanuts & cardboard add up too. I try to ship the cheapest way that will still get it to you as quickly and safely as possible. When costs are close, I will upgrade to a fast...