Hi and welcome to my
sale of this elegant Cut Glass Vase – with a stem base. Lovely quality and lovely weight. No chips or scratches –
probably circa 1960’s to 70’s as it came from an estate clearance of lots of
similarly aged items.
It’s a beautiful piece – and stands 170mm high and is
60mm across at the bowl.
Here to be sold – no reserve
I have lots of other interesting
antique items at the moment including silverware and militaria
with more being listed each few days - so please visit my Ebay store regularly
out my other listings!
We also do a huge range of vintage,
retro and contemporary Costume Jewellery (over 200
items listed), 100’s of DVD’s, Phone Covers and other modern items.
on this item will be £2.60 by Royal Mail – well
packaged and well bubble wrapped.
is an option – on request.
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Overseas bidders are very welcome but
please contact me first regarding shipping or postage and packaging charges.
I’m afraid I cannot ship for the stated amount outside the UK. ***
check out all my other items – busy listing hundreds of new items. I have
many things of interest: -Antique silver, phone covers, crystal glasses,
watches, stamps, coins, antiques, prints, engravings, rare and unusual items
– always changing my stock. See
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P&P charges are sometimes a wee bit higher than normal – but
that is simply due to me living in a pretty remote part of the West of
Scotland. I have to travel to post packages etc., and have to factor some of
that in. I try to be as fair as possible.