You have agreed to be bound by the Conditions of Sale and if your bid is successful, you are legally obliged to pay for the lot you have won. The purchase price for a successful bid will be the sum of your final bid plus a buyer’s premium, any applicable taxes and any artist resale royalty, exclusive of shipping-related expenses.
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The condition of lots can vary widely and the nature of the lots sold means that they are unlikely to be in a perfect condition. Lots are sold in the condition they are in at the time of sale.
Generally in good condition overall. An attractive group.
Shape 674, the smallest example:
A few extremely tiny frits to the brown rim and a small scratch to one of the yellow petals.
Shape 183, the tallest example:
Lovely condition. Two small frits to two grey petals, one on the side and one on the back.
Crazing to the surface overall. Four hairlines from the neck, each approx 3 1/2 in. Two are to the right side and one to the left side, each with an extremely tiny associated nick, two of these are two the interior and the one to the exterior is barely noticeable. A tiiny chip approx 2 mm. to the base of one yellow flower near where it joins the brown stem. The stem insert to this piece with two chips to the edges, wouldn't be noticeable when resting.
The condition of lots sold can vary widely due to factors such as age, previous damage, restoration, repair and wear and tear. The nature of the lots sold means that they will rarely be in perfect condition. Lots are sold in the condition they are in at the time of sale.
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