PINK FISH LAZY SUSAN BALL-JAE CALIF POTTERY USA 1955
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Sold Date: 03/12/2008
Channel: Online Auction
VINTAGE PINK FISH LAZY SUSAN BALL-JAE CALIF POTTERY 1955 USAUp for bid is a retro pink 1955 Lazy Susan by Ball-Jae of California. It features three 1950s bright pink fish. A smaller white bowl for dips or sauces sits in the middle. The lazy susan base measures approximately 14" in diameter. Each of the ceramic fish is marked "Ball-Jae of California U.S.A. No." Please note that the white bowl has a couple of minor chips and a very minor nick, all along the rim. The lazy susan base, which is made of some kind of plastic, has some wear to its finish . I would say that overall this 52-year-old California pottery piece is in good condition. A SHIPPING NOTE: We will ship to the continental U.S. and Canada only for this item. U.S. shipping is via UPS Ground and includes insurance. Canadian bidders--please email before bidding for a shipping quote via USPS Air Mail. The Fine Print - Please Read Carefully Before Bidding or Buying: We will ship internationally for PayPal transactions only. All international buyers MUST email for an international shipping quote PRIOR TO BIDDING . For international shipping, we require a confirmed PayPal address and phone number. To All Buyers: Please ask any questions you might have prior to bidding. Thank you! Sorry--no APO 's. Important: Please Read Regarding Damaged or Lost Items While in Transit
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