Small Okinawa Japan habu snake awamori sake bottle

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 04,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

This is a small habu snake awamori sake bottle...vivid detail. original cork It stands 5 1/2 inches tall. NO chips or cracks. Please see my other auctions and store if you want to SAVE BIG BUCKS and combine shipping!!!! My store items can all be purchased by "best offer", meaning you are free to make any reasonable offer by selecting the best offer button. I can only say yes, no or maybe!!!! I also will discount on multiple purchases if made at BIN price. Please don't make ridiculous offers...I buy to resell and have to pay ebay and paypal fees.

BIDDING ON MY AUCTIONS

If you have any questions concerning an item, email me at . I will be happy to answer any questions. If you wait until the day of the auction to ask the question, I may not be able to respond before the end of the auction due to the time difference between OKINAWA and w you live (I am currently 14 hours ahead of EST.) I will most like sleeping and dreaming about my eBay sales.

BUYING MY ITEMS

As part of your "contract" as a buyer , You are required to contact the seller, immediately after the auctions for payment and shipping arrangements. Failure to do so or honor your purchase can and will result in negative feedback. I don't like to pester people, so please

respond to my invoice email by telling me how and when you plan to pay and confirming your mailing address. If you haven't bought anything on eBay in awhile, you may have an old mailing address still listed.

I happily combine shipping if you bid on and win more than one of my current auctions. Buyer pays actual shipping. You can click on the link "view seller's other items" for a complete list. I usually list my items to start on Sunday and end on Sunday, so if you see an item you want in the following weeks auctions, I will hold up shipping if you want to bid on another item. I only request that you pay for the first item at the time it is due. I will adjust shipping on the later auction. Buy it now shipping costs are approximated as t is no way I have of knowing your zip code before the auction is finalized. You can check your postage rate by going to the US Postal Service web site and entering in the approximate weight of the item and my zip code (96379) for an estimate. If t is more than a dollar difference on the shipping, I will refund your excess funds through PayPal. If the item is flat rate packaged, $8.10, it will be so noted. This is USPS' way of getting more of our money, but it can save you some bucks, if it is a small, but heavy, item or live on the east coast . Your item will be shipped US Priority mail unless other arrangements are made. I ship on or by the Saturday following the end of the auction. I will email you when the item is shipped. Please allow for a few extra days as these items are being shipped from Okinawa and priority mail may take up to 7-10 days from

I absolutely will not accept personal checks unless you have a feedback rating of 50 positive responses or more. If you do not have a PayPal account, you can make payment via money order or cashiers' check.

SPECIAL ISSUES

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I will insure your package on your request only. Insurance for most small items under $25.00 is an additional $1.35. If the item is not insured, I do not accept responsibility if the item arrives damaged or is lost in shipping. I do pack very well as you can see by my feedback. I may also add $1 to cover any special packaging, extra bubble wrap or delivery confirmation if necessary. This will be added as a handling charge on your invoice.

For items over $400, you could be charged duty. I have no control over this and have no way of knowing whether they will charge you or not. It seems to be hit or miss. The value of the item has to be listed on the customs ticket. You are responsible for any customs charges.

AND FINALLY.......HAPPY EBAYING!!!!!

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