Vintage Estate 18k Gold Enamel Dachshund Dog Pin Brooch

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  • Item Category: Jewelry
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Sep 21,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

Payment | Shipping | Policies Vintage Estate 18k Gold Enamel Dachshund Dog Pin Brooch

Vintage Enamel Dog Brooch!

Overview:

This gorgeous vintage Dachshund dog Brooch is offered to you. The brooch is crafted from solid 18k yellow gold and has tested as such. Enamel is set on an ornately crafted dog which is full of character! Show off your breed in style! Accent a scarf or handbag! The brooch is in great condition and the pin operates freely! This unique one of a kind cheeky piece would retail for over $1,000 at any fine vintage jewelry store. Priced to sell this beauty is not to be missed!

Particulars:

Weight: 11.7 grams

Stones: NA. Note: Enamel is in excellent condition, free of cracks and chips.

Size & Measurements: The brooch measures 1.75 x 1.5 inches.

Metal & Hallmark: Solid 18k yellow gold. The brooch has tested "18k".

Additional Information: Your item will be securely packaged and presented in a lovely gift box. Should you have any questions about this item please feel free to email or call at . Our business hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM PST and Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. We are located at 1319 Sartori Ave , Torrance , CA 90501 . All items listed for sale on ebay are available to view in our store. Stop by and say hello!

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The following payment methods are welcome for this auction:

*Paypal - for US residents and to confirmed addresses only. International buyers - Paypal is welcome from Australia, Canada, Japan and the UK.

*International Bidders: Payment is welcome via Paypal (see above).

*California residents - will be subject to 8.25% sales tax (including S/H).

*Payment is due within 7 days of your winning auction bid.

*You will receive an invoice promptly upon close of the auction confirming your total.

* We make every effort to describe all of my items accurately and honestly, faults and all. Returns will be accepted only if an item has been grossly misrepresented. You are encouraged to read the overview before placing your bid. Should you have any questions we welcome your call to discuss in further detail. We will answer all questions to the best of our ability. We can be reached at and any one of the three owners will be available to speak directly with you. Honesty and experience define our eBay practices and you may bid with complete confidence.

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I welcome your payment via Paypal, though please be aware that I can only ship to your Paypal confirmed address.

*Orders to Hawaii and Alaska will be shipped via USPS free including full insurance.

*International orders will ship through the US Postal Service via Priority Flat Rate Mail.

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*Canada: $15.00. Full insurance is included

*Japan, Australia, New Zealand: $15.00. Full insurance is included

*United Kingdom (including Scotland & Wales), Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway: $15.00. Full insurance is included.

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