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Witco swag lamp for sale
kustomculture73
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Joined: Oct 11, 2010
Posts: 24
From: hampton,nh
Posted: 26 days ago; 04:54 am   Permalink

I am selling one of my swag lamps. At some point there was stained glass installed.
Can be easily changed out though.
It's not cheap,but I paid a lot and need to get my money back to let it go.


 
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tikiskip
Grand Member (8 years)  

Joined: Nov 26, 2005
Posts: 5012
Posted: 26 days ago; 05:21 am   Permalink

A price might help here.
Or heck even a photo?

I liked Tikidavid but he would say he wanted to sell an item and give no price, it seamed like he wanted you to offer like a thousand bucks for it.
Then if you did offer too little he would get pissed.

I Don't even ask at the Antique show if there is no price on an item, always get the feeling they are trying to size me up and see the most they can get.


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4WDtiki
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Joined: Aug 03, 2004
Posts: 1989
From: Omao, Kauai
Posted: 26 days ago; 7:09 pm   Permalink

Haha, tikiskip, asking for a pic and a price!? You’re so rude!!!
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tikiskip
Grand Member (8 years)  

Joined: Nov 26, 2005
Posts: 5012
Posted: 25 days ago; 12:40 am   Permalink

Har, I tried to be nice too.

In the south they call a sale like this "a pig in a poke"

Etymology
In the past, it was common for small farmers to put a pig in a cloth sack to bring it to market for sale. A poke is a sack or bag. It has a French origin as poque and, like several other French words, its diminutive is formed by adding -ette or -et — hence pocket began life with the meaning "small bag". Poke is still in use in several English-speaking places, including Scotland and some regions of the United States.

The full maxim is "don't buy a pig in a poke". This is addressed in the common law by guaranteeing a buyer the right to inspect goods before purchase,
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