Antique J.S Sankey and Sons copper hot water jug in lizard skin pattern
Tonight brings viewers of Auld Curiosities a chance to examine an antique, 2 pint, copper hot water jug from the respected firm of J.S Sankey and Sons of Bilston, Wolverhampton, England. The jug dates to around the 1910’s and features a lizard skin type of pattern on the surface of the body. The jug shows signs of being well loved and cared for, with the dried form of some metal polish showing in the low areas of the design, one or two small stains but no dents or signs of abuse. Standing 9” (229mm) tall the jug sits on base of 4 7/8” (124mm) in diameter.
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It was reported on 11th February that Dunedin has its first active case of Covid 19 in nearly 2 years. As Auld Curiosities is a contactless ecommerce business we have no major changes to make in terms of our selling items to you. We have for the last 2 years practiced good hygiene care both when unpacking purchased items and when preparing items for postage. There will be added attention to interpersonal contact but I am doubly vaccinated and ‘boosted’, wear a hospital grade mask in public and maintain good hygiene so hopefully there will not be too much discombobulation, if we can maintain the supply of items to offer customers.
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Packaging and Postage
With every item we sell, it is our intention to take every possible care to have it delivered to you in the same condition as when it left our premises. For this reason, packaging is tailored to each item and provides the maximum protection that we consider the item requires. Any item that arrives in a damaged condition should be referred to your postal service in the first instance for assessment of their handling of the package. If satisfaction is still lacking then we will look to see whether our efforts have been inadequate for fair handling of an item and if it is found to be so we will refund the cost of the item. Postage has now become a major cost in ecommerce so we try to strike a balance that will not unduly add excessive cost to your purchase.