Auction ended on March 28th, 2006 UTC
722: TIFFANY STERLING SILVER TOMATO SERVER
Sold for: $130|Estimate: $175 - $200|Sell a Similar Item
Lot 722: TIFFANY STERLING SILVER TOMATO SERVER - Measures 8" long x 3 1/2" wide. Some surface scratches. Good condition.
Buyer pays shipping, handling and insurance. IF THE ITEM IS AN uncomplicated, single small item selling for less than 200.00 (US) and shipped within the Continental United States the cost will be 15.00. (Item must loosely fit within a standard US Priority style mailing box Please do not assume the desired item will fit. Email to confirm shipping.) ALL OTHER ITEMS ARE SHIPPED VIA PROFESSIONAL SHIPPING: buyer will pick up or make arrangements with a professional shipping company. To arrange shipping or obtain a shipping quote, please contact The UPS Store (239) 262-7678 theupsstore3369comcast.net or Pak Mail (239) 793-9790 us275pakmailearthlink.net or Ann Thomas of Robert Flynn moving and storage(large furniture items only) Allied Van Lines 1-800-593-7372 ext 108 or 1-239-643-4440 ext 108.
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