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MARIGOLD CARNIVAL GLASS
7-1/2 INCH PLATE
'BERRY & LEAF CIRCLES' EXTERIOR
This interesting pattern was based on a painting by John Frederick Herring Sr., called "Pharoah's Horses".
This lovely plate measures 7-1/2" in diameter ~ 'Berry & Leaf Circles' exterior.
EXCELLENT UNDAMAGED CONDITION*
*a small area in the center lacks iridescence
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All glass is bubble-wrapped and cushioned with styrofoam peanuts and shipped in cartons of appropriate size and strength. Multiple wins are packaged together to save you money on shipping.
Under normal circumstances, orders will be shipped no more than 1 business day from receipt of payment.
Most domestic shipping is via USPS Priority mail.
Heavier shipments may travel via Fedex or UPS.
ALL DOMESTIC SHIPMENTS ARE INSURED. The cost of insurance is included in the total shipping charge.
INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS UP TO 4 lbs WILL TRAVEL via USPS FIRST CLASS INT'L and will be insured through Stamps.Com.
Sales and subsequent actions will be based on and subject to the laws of the State of Oregon.
Payment is generally expected upon receipt of eBay's automated INVOICE.
IF YOU ARE STILL SHOPPING OR WAITING FOR AN AUCTION TO END PLEASE WAIT TO PAY UNTIL I SEND YOU AN INVOICE WITH THE PROPER CONSOLIDATED SHIPPING CHARGE.
You have 14 days from receipt of item to notify me of intent to return for undisclosed post-manufacture issues. Return shipping compensation is case-by-case.
CUSTOMER SERVICE: (503) 747-6996
We strive to bring mainly affordable, quality vintage glassware but we will included, from time to time, other treasures we may run across to you. Whenever we travel, rest assured that we will return with new and exciting finds to share with you.
Restored glassware will be offered occasionally at reduced cost as starters for your new collection, to be upgraded later.
Every effort is made to accurately portray and describe each piece of vintage glassware. Photos are taken indoors under incandescent lighting.
Antique (100 yr old) glassware has certain flaws and imperfections which do not exist in today's glassware. Antique glassware may have some or all of the following: air bubbles, inclusions (ash, cinder), straw marks (shear marks), tool marks, incomplete or malformed edges, legs of differing lengths, worn iridescence - missing iridescence - pooled iridescence, heat checks (internal fissures from uneven cooling); rough seams, extra glass at seams, webbing between edge points...etc.
Remember that back in the day, glass was produced in dirty factories; cut with cold shears producing "straw marks"; hand pressed into moulds that themselves would begin to wear, lessening detail; hand-sprayed with metallic salts (several times) and sometimes refired for effect. The edge treatments - ruffled, candy ribbon, pie crust, 3-in-1 were all hand shaped (often leaving tool marks).
BE PREPARED FOR THE REALITY OF ANTIQUE GLASSWARE.
EXTERNAL BEAUTY OFTEN COMES WITH INTERNAL FLAWS
If you have a comment or more information about an item, I welcome your input.
Questions are encouraged and gladly answered.
If ever you have a question or concern, you may reach us
by phone: 503-747-6996