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African, old carved and decorated Turkana headrest.  AFRICAN ELONGATED SCULPTURE  - MAN WITH BEARD & STAFFChokwe Mwana Pwo Angola Congo Headdress Authentic African Tribal Art MaskWest African Tribal Ritual MaskYoruba Beaded Fan Ivory Coast African Art SALE WAS $95.00
LinkAfrican, old carved and decorated Turkana headrest. AFRICAN ELONGATED SCULPTURE - MAN WITH BEARD & STAFFChokwe Mwana Pwo Angola Congo Headdress Authentic African Tribal Art MaskWest African Tribal Ritual MaskYoruba Beaded Fan Ivory Coast African Art SALE WAS $95.00
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  • , Part of an old private collection of ethnic African artefacts, collected 1950's.
  • Region of Origin: East Africa
  • Product: head rest
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Primary Material: Wood
  • Original/ Repro: Original
  • , In excellent condition.
  • Original/ Repro: Original
  • Primary Material: Bronze
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Product: Statues
  • Region of Origin: African
  • , damage to left ear (photos 2-3), damage to raffia hair (photos 6-8), please see all photos and description
  • Primary Material: Wood
  • Product: Masks
  • Region of Origin: African
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  • Color: Ivory
  • Maker: Yoruba Artisan - Africa
  • Material: Wood
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
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African, old carved and decorated Turkana headrest.
Merk
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  • , Part of an old private collection of ethnic African artefacts, collected 1950's.
  • Region of Origin: East Africa
  • Product: head rest
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Primary Material: Wood
  • Original/ Repro: Original
AFRICAN ELONGATED SCULPTURE  - MAN WITH BEARD & STAFF
Merk
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  • , In excellent condition.
  • Original/ Repro: Original
  • Primary Material: Bronze
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Product: Statues
  • Region of Origin: African
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Chokwe Mwana Pwo Angola Congo Headdress Authentic African Tribal Art Mask
Merk
Sterkte
  • , damage to left ear (photos 2-3), damage to raffia hair (photos 6-8), please see all photos and description
  • Primary Material: Wood
  • Product: Masks
  • Region of Origin: African
Yoruba Beaded Fan Ivory Coast African Art SALE WAS $95.00
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  • ,
  • Color: Ivory
  • Maker: Yoruba Artisan - Africa
  • Material: Wood
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
Het beste product in deze categorie heet African, old carved and decorated Turkana headrest. en wordt geproduceerd door de fabrikant . Het product is momenteel de bestseller op eBay en je kunt het kopen voor de gunstige prijs van slechts € 150,00 (vanaf: 3. November 2018, 18:59 klok). Onze aanbeveling: Maak altijd een prijsvergelijking om geld te besparen bij online bestellen. Testrapporten van Consumentenbond voor dit product kunnen ook beschikbaar zijn. U vindt ze verderop op de huidige pagina.


Top 10 – beste Afrikaans (Prijs/Kwalitet)

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African, old carved and decorated Turkana headrest.
African, old carved and decorated Turkana headrest. *

A genuine collected artefact of typical form, collector marked "TURKANA" on the base.An old hardwood piece, with scratch-decoration showing houses, tree, chickens and geometrical bordering.Rawhide carrying loop through vertical section.200mm high x 1t0mm wide.Tight and in good cared-for condition for age.Freepost UK. Overseas please ask.

AFRICAN ELONGATED SCULPTURE  - MAN WITH BEARD & STAFF
AFRICAN ELONGATED SCULPTURE - MAN WITH BEARD & STAFF*

An elongated African sculpture of a bearded man carrying a staff, cast in patinated brass or bronze.
42.5 cm high. 677 grams.

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Chokwe Mwana Pwo Angola Congo Headdress Authentic African Tribal Art Mask
Chokwe Mwana Pwo Angola Congo Headdress Authentic African Tribal Art Mask*

Chokwe Mwana Pwo Angola / Congo Headdress Authentic African Tribal Art Mask

the mask stands (up to the top of the raffia "scull", without hair) approx.  9 3/4'' / 25 cm tall

condition: damage to left ear (photos 2-3), damage to raffia hair (photos 6-8), please see all photos

any questions please ask

thank you for looking

West African Tribal Ritual Mask
West African Tribal Ritual Mask*

I’ve had this mask in my personal collection for over 25 years, it’s my favourite African mask. The colours, shape and textures make it one of the best I’ve seen. Not sure which of the West African tribes this would have belonged to.

Measuring approximately

27.5cm tall

21cm wide

16cm deep

Yoruba Beaded Fan Ivory Coast African Art SALE WAS $95.00
Yoruba Beaded Fan Ivory Coast African Art SALE WAS $95.00*
TitleYoruba Beaded Fan Ivory Coast African ArtCountry of OriginNigeriaPeopleYorubaMaterialsCloth, beads, shell, woodApproximate Age20th centuryOther DimensionsHeight: 16.5 InchesWidth: 9 InchesDepth: 1 InchOverall ConditionFair

Addition Information: 

Recommended Reading: Drewal , H. J. and J. Pemberton III, with R. Abiodun Yoruba: Nine Centuries of African Art and Thought, (New York, 1989) Drewal, H. J. and M. Thompson Drewal., Gelede, Art and Female Power among the Yoruba. 1983. Fagg, W. and J. Pemberton III: Yoruba Sculpture of West Africa, (New York, 1982) Lawal, B.: The Gelede Spectacle. Art, Gender, and Social Harmony in an African Culture. (Seattle, London 1996) Mato, Daniel, Chelsea Cooksey, Yoruba: Art of Life. The Bennett-Luther Collection, Denver 2004  Witte, H.: A Closer Look; Local Styles in the Yoruba Art Collection of the Afrika Museum, Berg en Dal. 2004.

 

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All content, including pictures, Copyright Africa Direct Inc., 2006

Africa Direct, Inc. has been selling on eBay since 1997 and has received more than 51,000 positive feedbacks. It is owned by Eliza and Sara, who began the company after spending a year wandering southern Africa in a camper van with their multi-racial family. They have been honored with eBay's Hall of Fame award, and by eBay Giving Works, through which they have raised more than $125,000 in charity auctions.

Customer Service: We treasure our many long term customers, and will try to make you one of them! If you have problems, please tell us... we care!

Handling Time: We ship daily except Sundays and holidays. Most orders go out the same day, and all go out within 48 hours.

Returns: We want you to be happy with your purchase. You're welcome to return an item within 30 days in the same condition you received it--just let us know you're returning it. You may have either a credit or a refund for your purchase price, not including shipping both ways. If your original payment was made through PayPal, we'll refund you through PayPal; if you paid us directly with your credit card, we'll refund the credit card.

Combining Shipping: You are welcome to wait to pay, and to combine multiple items for shipping. We ask that you keep each order to 10 days or 10 items, whichever comes first--then start another order.

When you're ready, just send us a list of item numbers or an invoice request and we'll send you an invoice. You can pay by Paypal or credit card.

U.S. Shipping: We use a professional shipper who has worked with us for ten years. He and his staff take great care in packing our artwork, much of which is antique, irregularly-shaped, and fragile. The cost of his labor and the special packing materials he uses is reflected in our handling price. Our U.S. shipping charges also include insurance; we self-insure on smaller orders. For these reasons, our shipping and handling charges may be more than the price of postage.

International Shipping: We ship dozens of international orders each week, to customers on every continent except Antarctica! The shipping charges included in our listings are for U.S. orders. Contact us for shipping charges to your country. We offer uninsured USPS First Class airmail, insured Priority airmail, and insured Express airmail to most parts of the world, depending on the weight, volume, and value of an item. We also ship via FedEx or DHL on request.

Import duties, taxes, and charges are NOT INCLUDED in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding / buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up -- do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. And please do not ask us to mark merchandise values below the actual value or mark items as "gifts"--U.S. and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.

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Fon Box Lidded Cosmetic Beads and Seashells African Art SALE WAS $65.00
Fon Box Lidded Cosmetic Beads and Seashells African Art SALE WAS $65.00*
TitleFon Box Lidded Cosmetic Beads and Seashells African ArtType of ObjectBeaded Box with LidCountry of OriginRepublic of Benin former DahomeyPeopleFon or YorubaMaterialsGourd, Cloth, Glass Beads, Plastic Disks, seashellsApproximate Age20th CenturyOther DimensionsHeight: 4.5 InchesWidth: 6 InchesOverall ConditionPoor Most of our pieces have spent decades on at least two continents, and have been treasured by several owners.   Small splits, scrapes and cracks are a normal part of their patina attesting to their age and extensive use.  We examine each piece carefully when we receive it and report any damage we find in our listings.  Please look carefully at the pictures which may also reveal condition and damage.Damage/RepairLid does not fit perfectly, chips, large splits and cracks

Additional Information:  Colorful plastic disks were stacked as part of the decoration or serving as dividers for beads are attached at the top of an half calabash that was served as a lid of a box. These gourd bowls are all placed upon a half of a gourd that has numerous strings threaded into it with all of the decorative devices tied and knotted at their ends to create a dome of color.The whole container would be a gourd split in half, a half would be used as the bowl and the other half as a lid. Such containers were used by the Fon of Benin to keep valuable items or cosmetics.

An example of a full cosmetic box with lid is published in Roy Sieber AFRICAN FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD OBJECTS, p. 211.

See also a similar example in ONE HALF HOLDS THE SKY...THE AFRICAN CALABASH. L. Kahan Gallery, INC African Arts, 1991, fig. 18

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All content, including pictures, Copyright Africa Direct Inc., 2006

Africa Direct, Inc. has been selling on eBay since 1997 and has received more than 51,000 positive feedbacks. It is owned by Eliza and Sara, who began the company after spending a year wandering southern Africa in a camper van with their multi-racial family. They have been honored with eBay's Hall of Fame award, and by eBay Giving Works, through which they have raised more than $125,000 in charity auctions.

Customer Service: We treasure our many long term customers, and will try to make you one of them! If you have problems, please tell us... we care!

Handling Time: We ship daily except Sundays and holidays. Most orders go out the same day, and all go out within 48 hours.

Returns: We want you to be happy with your purchase. You're welcome to return an item within 30 days in the same condition you received it--just let us know you're returning it. You may have either a credit or a refund for your purchase price, not including shipping both ways. If your original payment was made through PayPal, we'll refund you through PayPal; if you paid us directly with your credit card, we'll refund the credit card.

Combining Shipping: You are welcome to wait to pay, and to combine multiple items for shipping. We ask that you keep each order to 10 days or 10 items, whichever comes first--then start another order.

When you're ready, just send us a list of item numbers or an invoice request and we'll send you an invoice. You can pay by Paypal or credit card.

U.S. Shipping: We use a professional shipper who has worked with us for ten years. He and his staff take great care in packing our artwork, much of which is antique, irregularly-shaped, and fragile. The cost of his labor and the special packing materials he uses is reflected in our handling price. Our U.S. shipping charges also include insurance; we self-insure on smaller orders. For these reasons, our shipping and handling charges may be more than the price of postage.

International Shipping: We ship dozens of international orders each week, to customers on every continent except Antarctica! The shipping charges included in our listings are for U.S. orders. Contact us for shipping charges to your country. We offer uninsured USPS First Class airmail, insured Priority airmail, and insured Express airmail to most parts of the world, depending on the weight, volume, and value of an item. We also ship via FedEx or DHL on request.

Import duties, taxes, and charges are NOT INCLUDED in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding / buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up -- do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. And please do not ask us to mark merchandise values below the actual value or mark items as "gifts"--U.S. and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.

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Yoruba Beaded Fan Ivory Coast African Art
Yoruba Beaded Fan Ivory Coast African Art*
TitleYoruba Beaded Fan Ivory Coast African ArtCountry of OriginNigeriaPeopleYorubaMaterialsWood, pigment, brass, bovine leatherApproximate AgeMid 20th CenturyOther DimensionsHeight: 15.5 InchesWidth: 9 InchesOverall ConditionGood. Most of our pieces have spent decades on at least two continents, and have been treasured by several owners.   Small splits, scrapes and cracks are a normal part of their patina attesting to their age and extensive use.  We examine each piece carefully when we receive it and report any damage we find in our listings.  Please look carefully at the pictures which may also reveal condition and damage.Damage/RepairRight side creased and dirty.

Addition Information: 

Recommended Reading: Drewal , H. J. and J. Pemberton III, with R. Abiodun Yoruba: Nine Centuries of African Art and Thought, (New York, 1989) Drewal, H. J. and M. Thompson Drewal., Gelede, Art and Female Power among the Yoruba. 1983. Fagg, W. and J. Pemberton III: Yoruba Sculpture of West Africa, (New York, 1982) Lawal, B.: The Gelede Spectacle. Art, Gender, and Social Harmony in an African Culture. (Seattle, London 1996) Mato, Daniel, Chelsea Cooksey, Yoruba: Art of Life. The Bennett-Luther Collection, Denver 2004  Witte, H.: A Closer Look; Local Styles in the Yoruba Art Collection of the Afrika Museum, Berg en Dal. 2004.

 

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All content, including pictures, Copyright Africa Direct Inc., 2006

Africa Direct, Inc. has been selling on eBay since 1997 and has received more than 51,000 positive feedbacks. It is owned by Eliza and Sara, who began the company after spending a year wandering southern Africa in a camper van with their multi-racial family. They have been honored with eBay's Hall of Fame award, and by eBay Giving Works, through which they have raised more than $125,000 in charity auctions.

Customer Service: We treasure our many long term customers, and will try to make you one of them! If you have problems, please tell us... we care!

Handling Time: We ship daily except Sundays and holidays. Most orders go out the same day, and all go out within 48 hours.

Returns: We want you to be happy with your purchase. You're welcome to return an item within 30 days in the same condition you received it--just let us know you're returning it. You may have either a credit or a refund for your purchase price, not including shipping both ways. If your original payment was made through PayPal, we'll refund you through PayPal; if you paid us directly with your credit card, we'll refund the credit card.

Combining Shipping: You are welcome to wait to pay, and to combine multiple items for shipping. We ask that you keep each order to 10 days or 10 items, whichever comes first--then start another order.

When you're ready, just send us a list of item numbers or an invoice request and we'll send you an invoice. You can pay by Paypal or credit card.

U.S. Shipping: We use a professional shipper who has worked with us for ten years. He and his staff take great care in packing our artwork, much of which is antique, irregularly-shaped, and fragile. The cost of his labor and the special packing materials he uses is reflected in our handling price. Our U.S. shipping charges also include insurance; we self-insure on smaller orders. For these reasons, our shipping and handling charges may be more than the price of postage.

International Shipping: We ship dozens of international orders each week, to customers on every continent except Antarctica! The shipping charges included in our listings are for U.S. orders. Contact us for shipping charges to your country. We offer uninsured USPS First Class airmail, insured Priority airmail, and insured Express airmail to most parts of the world, depending on the weight, volume, and value of an item. We also ship via FedEx or DHL on request.

Import duties, taxes, and charges are NOT INCLUDED in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding / buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up -- do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. And please do not ask us to mark merchandise values below the actual value or mark items as "gifts"--U.S. and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.

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Turkana Headrest with Strap Kenya African Art
Turkana Headrest with Strap Kenya African Art*
TitleTurkana Headrest with Strap Kenya African Art Type of ObjectHeadrestCountry of OriginKenyaPeopleTurkanaMaterialsWood, leatherApproximate Age20th centuryOther DimensionsHeight: 7 InchesWidth: 6.5 InchesOverall ConditionFairDamage/RepairCracks, chips and a well worn patina

 Additional Information:  The Turkana live in the Turkana district of Rift Valley, in Kenya. Their exact number is not known. Estimates run from the old figure of 250, 000 down to 340,000. They are Kenya’s third-largest ethnic group of pastoralists. Like their neighbors the Maasai, cattle are their primary wealth. They always move from place to place in the search of good pasturage, water and fresh vegetation for the cattle. Many Turkana families are now engaged in agriculture and fishing. While there are a quite few  art-producing peoples of Kenyan origin who have contributed significantly to the recognition of East African art, the Turkana, along with their closely related neighbors the Maasai, are arguably among the most important of them all. In fact, much of the art from the Turkana region is composed of a wide variety of everyday objects out of wood, leather and gourd, but in their hands many of these utilitarian pieces have risen to levels of beauty unparalleled in East Africa. The simple, reflective appeal of this unusually headrest is a fine example, and the patina and wear demonstrate its importance to the owner.  The vital role of headrests or stools is obvious among the Turkana.  That’s why these objects are carefully carved and carried everywhere individuals go. The leather cord attached to the headrest helps to carry it easily. Headrests are used as pillow. They also help to protect sophisticated coiffure.  As a personal object, the headrest has become part of the individual. Usually, when the person died, he is buried with his headrest. Sometimes the headrest is passed on to his heir, who would treat it with respect because this wooden piece embodies the spirit of the deceased person. Turkana headrests or stools range from the simple to elaborately carved artifact. Their styles are similar to these found among the other nomadic pastoralists of Uganda, Sudan and Ethiopia, particularly among the Karamajong, and Pokot. All these peoples share cultural traits with the Turkana.  

 

Recommended Reading:, see SLEEPING BEAUTIES-THE JEROME JOSS COLLECTION OF HEADRESTS AT UCLA, by Dewey.

See also COLLECTION MARC ET DENYSE GINZBERG, Sotheby's, Paris, 10 Septembre 2007 Gunter Best, Marakwet & Turkana. New Perspectives on the Material Culture of East Afrian Societies, Museum fur Volkerkunde, Frankfurt, 1993.

 

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All content, including pictures, Copyright Africa Direct Inc., 2006

Africa Direct, Inc. has been selling on eBay since 1997 and has received more than 51,000 positive feedbacks. It is owned by Eliza and Sara, who began the company after spending a year wandering southern Africa in a camper van with their multi-racial family. They have been honored with eBay's Hall of Fame award, and by eBay Giving Works, through which they have raised more than $125,000 in charity auctions.

Customer Service: We treasure our many long term customers, and will try to make you one of them! If you have problems, please tell us... we care!

Handling Time: We ship daily except Sundays and holidays. Most orders go out the same day, and all go out within 48 hours.

Returns: We want you to be happy with your purchase. You're welcome to return an item within 30 days in the same condition you received it--just let us know you're returning it. You may have either a credit or a refund for your purchase price, not including shipping both ways. If your original payment was made through PayPal, we'll refund you through PayPal; if you paid us directly with your credit card, we'll refund the credit card.

Combining Shipping: You are welcome to wait to pay, and to combine multiple items for shipping. We ask that you keep each order to 10 days or 10 items, whichever comes first--then start another order.

When you're ready, just send us a list of item numbers or an invoice request and we'll send you an invoice. You can pay by Paypal or credit card.

U.S. Shipping: We use a professional shipper who has worked with us for ten years. He and his staff take great care in packing our artwork, much of which is antique, irregularly-shaped, and fragile. The cost of his labor and the special packing materials he uses is reflected in our handling price. Our U.S. shipping charges also include insurance; we self-insure on smaller orders. For these reasons, our shipping and handling charges may be more than the price of postage.

International Shipping: We ship dozens of international orders each week, to customers on every continent except Antarctica! The shipping charges included in our listings are for U.S. orders. Contact us for shipping charges to your country. We offer uninsured USPS First Class airmail, insured Priority airmail, and insured Express airmail to most parts of the world, depending on the weight, volume, and value of an item. We also ship via FedEx or DHL on request.

Import duties, taxes, and charges are NOT INCLUDED in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding / buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up -- do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. And please do not ask us to mark merchandise values below the actual value or mark items as "gifts"--U.S. and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.

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AFRICAN ART OF THE DOGON MYTHS OF CLIFF DWELLERS by JEAN LAUDE HARDCOVER 1973
AFRICAN ART OF THE DOGON MYTHS OF CLIFF DWELLERS by JEAN LAUDE HARDCOVER 1973*

AFRICAN ART OF THE DOGON - MYTHS OF THE CLIFF DWELLERS by Jean Laude and published by The Brooklyn Museum in 1973.  Hardcover with photos throughout.  No dust jacket.  Cloth covers faded but inside is clean.  Good reading copy.  100% satisfaction guaranteed.  I'm happy to combine shipping.  Please wait for an invoice or I will refund any excess postage.  Please let me know if you have any questions

Tuareg Spoon Ceremonial Scoop Ladle African Art
Tuareg Spoon Ceremonial Scoop Ladle African Art*
TitleTuareg Spoon Ceremonial Scoop Ladle African Art Type of ObjectScoop or ladleCountry of OriginMali, NigerPeopleTuaregMaterialsWoodApproximate Age20th centuryOther DimensionsHeight: 9.5 InchesWidth: 3.5 InchesDepth: 3.5 InchesOverall ConditionFair. Most of our pieces have spent decades on at least two continents, and have been treasured by several owners. Please look carefully at the pictures which may also reveal condition and damage.Damage/RepairIndigenous repairs to handle, cracks, and worn patina.

Additional Information: A large spoon or scoop made out of wood carved with a large bowl and a long handle. This spoon was found among the Tuareg where it was used as a ceremnial feast ladle spoon.

 

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All content, including pictures, Copyright Africa Direct Inc., 2006

Africa Direct, Inc. has been selling on eBay since 1997 and has received more than 51,000 positive feedbacks. It is owned by Eliza and Sara, who began the company after spending a year wandering southern Africa in a camper van with their multi-racial family. They have been honored with eBay's Hall of Fame award, and by eBay Giving Works, through which they have raised more than $125,000 in charity auctions.

Customer Service: We treasure our many long term customers, and will try to make you one of them! If you have problems, please tell us... we care!

Handling Time: We ship daily except Sundays and holidays. Most orders go out the same day, and all go out within 48 hours.

Returns: We want you to be happy with your purchase. You're welcome to return an item within 30 days in the same condition you received it--just let us know you're returning it. You may have either a credit or a refund for your purchase price, not including shipping both ways. If your original payment was made through PayPal, we'll refund you through PayPal; if you paid us directly with your credit card, we'll refund the credit card.

Combining Shipping: You are welcome to wait to pay, and to combine multiple items for shipping. We ask that you keep each order to 10 days or 10 items, whichever comes first--then start another order.

When you're ready, just send us a list of item numbers or an invoice request and we'll send you an invoice. You can pay by Paypal or credit card.

U.S. Shipping: We use a professional shipper who has worked with us for ten years. He and his staff take great care in packing our artwork, much of which is antique, irregularly-shaped, and fragile. The cost of his labor and the special packing materials he uses is reflected in our handling price. Our U.S. shipping charges also include insurance; we self-insure on smaller orders. For these reasons, our shipping and handling charges may be more than the price of postage.

International Shipping: We ship dozens of international orders each week, to customers on every continent except Antarctica! The shipping charges included in our listings are for U.S. orders. Contact us for shipping charges to your country. We offer uninsured USPS First Class airmail, insured Priority airmail, and insured Express airmail to most parts of the world, depending on the weight, volume, and value of an item. We also ship via FedEx or DHL on request.

Import duties, taxes, and charges are NOT INCLUDED in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding / buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up -- do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. And please do not ask us to mark merchandise values below the actual value or mark items as "gifts"--U.S. and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.

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Hoe tevreden de klanten zijn met het betreffende product blijkt heel goed uit de reviews en evaluaties geschreven door de kopers. Maar natuurlijk moet iedere koper zelf weten wat hij wil en welke eisen hij aan het Afrikaans product stelt.

Het is ook aan te raden om een aantal klantbeoordelingen te lezen. Omdat veel producten om een subjectieve reden een slechte beoordeling krijgen. Dit betekent echter niet dat het genoemde negatieve aspect u ook moet storen.


Consumentenbond Koopadvies voor Afrikaans

Er zijn tal van redenen om te zoeken naar goedkope Afrikaans voor een goede prijs. Misschien bent u een koopjesjager die er gewoonweg van geniet om de beste prijs te vinden voor het product dat u wilt hebben. Of u wilt een product maar één keer uitproberen voor beginners. De goedkoopste aanbiedingen vind je meestal op eBay, de goedkopere producten – zelfs de testwinnaars – zijn zelden te vinden bij andere aanbieders.

Er zijn echter een aantal dingen waar je je bewust van moet zijn voordat je Afrikaans koopt. Allereerst moet u de volgende vragen zelf beantwoorden:

  • Hoeveel wil ik uitgeven?
  • Moet het eerder een goedkoop product of een merkapparaat zijn?
  • Welke maat, kleur en kenmerken moet het product hebben?
  • Waar is het ideale gewicht?
  • Zijn er ervaringen of testrapporten voor het betreffende product?
  • Hoe waarderen klanten het Afrikaans product?

Interessante Afrikaans video’s

Als u wilt dat wij u helpen bij de aankoop van Afrikaans, is de eerste vraag precies wat u wilt. Want misschien heb je al een soortgelijk product en wil je het vervangen, bijvoorbeeld als je een vergelijking hebt gemaakt en de huidige testwinnaar wilt kopen.

Misschien bent u op zoek naar een goedkoop Afrikaans product om mee te beginnen, dat u uitgebreid wilt testen om uw eerste ervaring op te doen. Het maakt niet uit waarom u op zoek bent, wij zullen altijd proberen om u te ondersteunen buiten de test, zodat u het best mogelijke item voor uw behoeften te vinden.

Natuurlijk kunnen we hier een collectie producten presenteren, maar dat helpt u niet. Integendeel, je zou alleen ontevreden en gefrustreerd zijn na de aankoop, omdat je niet de mogelijkheid hebt om te vergelijken. Daarom geven wij u hier een compilatie van goede Afrikaans, die vaak gekocht worden en goede recensies hebben ontvangen van de kopers.


Verdere bronnen en links

Zodra u deze vragen voor uzelf heeft beantwoord, kunt u daadwerkelijk van start gaan. Op deze pagina bieden wij u verschillende gereedschappen waarmee u het juiste Afrikaans product kunt vinden.

Wat we niet konden opnemen in de productvergelijkingwordt zeker bepaald door onze links naar de nuttige informatie die u nodig heeft. Een kleine extra zoekopdracht is altijd geschikt. De links leiden ook tot uitgebreide vergelijkingen van overeenkomstige producten:

We hopen dat we u op uw weg een goede ondersteuning hebben gegeven. We hebben de producten echter niet zelf getest, en zelfs de handige vergelijkingswinnaars maken we niet bekend. Maar op deze pagina bieden we je de bestsellers en highscores van eBay in een duidelijke vorm.




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