A LOVELY LUSTREWARE FINE PORCELAIN SUGAR CANISTER WITH HAND PAINTED BIRD AND MOUNTAINS DESIGN ALL IN PERFECT CONDITION THE CANISTER IS 5 INCHES FROM THE BASE TO THE TOP OF THE LID AND 6.25 INCHES FROM HANDLE TO HANDLE BEAUTIFUL COLOURS LIGHT PURPLE, LIGHT ORANGE, LIGHT BLUE DESIGN AS PHOTOGRAPHS DISPLAY SUITABLE FOR A COLLECTION, HOME DECOR ON DISPLAY OR COULD BE USED NO MAKERS MARK HOWEVER HAS A JAPANESE LOOK TO IT
SELLING - if you want to sell this item or similar expect to get the following amount if selling online: $19 Australian
BUYING - if you wish to buy this item online or a similar item online it’s a bargain if less than the following amount: $18 Australian
PAYING TOO MUCH - if more than: $30 Australian
VALUE - This items full estimated value at the date of posting taking into account online and offline prices: Our estimated value is between $16 - $22 Australian
KEEPING - If you’re thinking about keeping this item or a similar item for it to grow in value we suggest the following Waiting for at least 10 years for this item to grow in value!
AUCTION START PRICE - If you’re thinking about selling this item online at an auction site we suggest a starting price of $14 Australian
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