If you need to replace or increase those sets of china/pottery what do you ask ?
So many people email me about the listings or ask questions so I thought it might be an idea to list the obvious
1 secondhand china is used !
2 condition is dependant on use and light wear is to be expected especially in high glazed sets and items used in the oven .
3 Never assume a secondhand item will be mint you will be dissapointed .
4 check the size of your items or if in doubt ask ( a 2pint casserole is a 2pt size not a 4pt size
5 If an item is mint then it should be free of use marks and preferably with labels still in tact , I do not sell factory seconds but some do . This should be on listing (if in doubt ask before you bid )
6 If the seller does not list the shipping then ask before you bid
( I give a discount on bulk buys but denby is heavy as are most chinas and if sent by post Royal Mail or Parcelforce ) no china is insured , that is why I send carrier fully insured BUT it costs a bit more , however it arrives in tact or you get the refund )
7 On the listing see sellers other items , they may be selling more of your pattern ! or have more in stock it pays to ask
8 Allways ask your questions before you bid ! If you bid you are legally buying as per the listing details .
I hope this helps
Good Luck & happy bidding
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