This is a Lefton wedding cake topper from The Christopher Collection, 1984, and it has been glued to the top of the plastic cake topper base and adorned with fuschia and white tulle, flowers, and lace. It came just as you see it in this box, removed only for these photos. It may have been used, but if so, has been thoroughly cleaned of any cake frosting with no hint remaining. Stands about 8 1/2" tall to the top of the flowers behind the couple. Non smoking seller.

Due to the nature of items we sell being vintage, used, or second-hand, t are no refunds unless we have grossly misrepresented the item. Winning US bidder pays S+H as shown . Insurance is optional at an additional cost, we pay all applicable sales taxes. WE DO NOT REFUND ON UNINSURED ITEMS THAT ARE LOST OR DAMAGED IN THE MAIL, SO YOU ARE OFFERED THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY INSURANCE. Shipping and handling charges are considered as fully earned to cover expenses of postage AND packaging costs; they are waived of course if you come to our location to take possession of your item. NON-US BIDDERS ARE WELCOME TO BID, AND THEIR BID CONFIRMS THAT THEY ARE ABLE TO READ AND FULLY COMPREHEND ENGLISH.


We hate to do this, but due to the increasing amount of DEAD BEAT

1. We contact all winners within 24 hours of ended auctions.

2. If payment is not received within one week ( 7 days), a non-payment notification is submitted to eBay, and a reminder is sent out to you, unless other arrangements were previously made.

3. If payment is not received 10 days after the reminder is mailed out, negative feedback WILL BE POSTED and a fee refund request will be filed with eBay. eBay will tfore give you a warning for a dead beat bid. Newbies must realize that eBay is a serious trading community and they spoil it for the rest of us when they casually bid on things that they have no intention to pay for.

4.Any bid retractions for reasons other than those few specifically allowed by ebay will be reported to ebay. We will no longer tolerate excuses like "I thought this was a dress" or "English is not my language and I didn't understand what I was bidding on" or "I already have this." Bidders who have a repeated history of backing out of bids are not welcome to bid on my auctions. Once again; Our sincere apologies to all serious eBayers, but this statement is unfortunately necessary. The hassle of handling DEAD BEAT BIDDERS is a waste of time and money and takes away a great deal of the positive eBay-experience.

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