Be used for almost all destinations around the wo. United Arab Emirates (UAE), London-UK.
LIMITED NUMBER of countries within the European Union. Package value/size/weight meet the requirements for this service.Please excuse any glare in the pictures. VINTAGE SIGNED JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IMARI ENAMELED GOLD GILD BOWL. It is also decorated with underglaze blue designs and highlighted with gold gilt.
It is signed on the bottom with an underglaze blue four character mark. 10 " widest x 6" high. GOLD & ENAMEL AS SHOWN.PLEASE VIEW ALL PICTURES FOR DETAILS. These pieces of art have been our joy as well as investments, so will they be for our buyers. We have traveled great distances over many years (and still do). We have to pay high prices and related costs in order to acquire these high quality items.
We work very hard to keep our customers happy. Using only the best materials such as.
WE PAY FOR ALL OF THAT and much more because. To be informed of new listings. We pack professionally with greatest care using the best materials available. Please kindly inform me if that is the case.
If offered & on selected items only. Applies to the contiguous US only.DEPENDING ON PACKAGE VALUE/SIZE/WEIGHT AND DESTINATION COUNTRY, a. Vailable services for international packages include. Due to TRANSIT SAFETY concerns. United Arab Emirates (UAE), London-UK and a LIMITED NUMBER of countries within the European Union.
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