LARGE VINTAGE JOHN CONSTABLE PRINT ' THE HAYWAIN' IN VERY ORNATE GILT FRAME

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  • Item Category: Books, Paper & Magazines
  • Source: eBay UK
  • Sold Date: Feb 29,2012
  • Channel: Online Auction

LARGE VINTAGE JOHN CONSTABLE PRINT ' THE HAYWAIN' IN VERY ORNATE GILT FRAME

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LARGE VINTAGE JOHN CONSTABLE PRINT ' THE HAYWAIN' IN VERY ORNATE GILT FRAME

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Lovely vintage print in gorgeous ornate gold gilt frame.

after John Constable 'THE HAYWAIN'

Generous large size.

A charming picture which will add a little bit of vintage shabby chic flair to your home.

Very good vintage and pre-loved condition. Very beautiful. With only minor wear and some black surface marks on the back where it maybe once hung against a damp wall.

~ A very charming item which will make a wonderful addition to any home ~

Most of our items are vintage & pre-used and have been loved by time. They are not offered *as new*, but are truly unique pieces and most often charmingly shabby chic. As a firm condition of this auction we are asking all buyers for INSTANT PAYMENT via Paypal or Bank Transfer after the auction and no later than 12hours after the auction has ended please. We much prefer Paypal or Bank Transfer and accept cash payments on collection ONLY if pick up can be arranged for the next day. All buyers are accepting our conditions by bidding. Any items not paid for within 12 hours after auction will sadly receive an eBay cancellation notice and the item will be offered to the next bidder down in line or will be relisted. We so wish we did not have to highlight this at all, but sadly an increasing number of non-payers brought us to the point of nearly loosing our little business here. Sadly we are only a tiny ebay shop, no big shop just Mark & Susan and our restored items :-) MEASUREMENTS: 70cm wide x 60cm high ~ Please take a moment to study the measurements given above as photo angles can sometimes make an item appear larger or smaller than it actually is ~

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~*~ Vintique57 ~*~

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