Xvoto Vintage

648 Sales


Xvoto Vintage

648 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars

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Mod Zuni Turquoise Ring 1970s
Vintage Mexican Sterling Angel Fish Earrings
Vintage Amethyst Mexican Sterling Bracelet
Signed JB Lapis Gold and Sterling Dome Ring
Mars and Valentine Ring Echo Of The Dreamer
Cécile Buysse 1492 Terra Incognita Silk Scarf
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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars

kim4256 on Aug 11, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Great communication, item extremely well packed. Seller feels like a dear old friend though I just "met her" through this sale. I'm absolutely delighted with my gorgeous little painting! Many thanks! ?


ambersauceda7 on Aug 8, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

Quick delivery! I would definitely order from xvotovintage again.

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Shop policies

Last updated on May 31, 2014
I know you have thousands of shops to choose from, so I thank you so much for stopping by mine.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
I use Paypal and you may also pay with a credit card. Once you pay for your item, I usually ship within 28 hours. Within that period of time, if you would like to cancel your order, no problem. Just drop me a line, and I will refund your money.
Once I get your order, I ship within three business days. I try to find the cheapest, but safest way to send an item. I use the US Postal Service and Fed Ex Ground. Sometimes I will insure a package, but for the most part, I do a careful job of packing. I buy peanuts, bubble wrap, and some boxes, not all. Some I reuse.

I am happy to combine shipping on multiple items. The only caveat would be if an item is particularly heavy.

Shipping overseas is so expensive; but if you really want an item, I will send it to you. Insurance is high, and I would recommend getting it. Esp for packages going to Australia. I had three awful experiences with the postal services to Australia.
Refunds and Exchanges
I do not do refunds. I sell vintage items. Vintage items are, as you know, imperfect. If something has a chip, crack or scratch, I do describe it in the item’s description field. However, what I might see as charm, you might see as damage. For example, a small dent in brass, or a worn area on an old box or frame.