Myampie

Allow me to introduce myself — I am a long-time seller on eBay, specializing in the best designer brands such as Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Cartier, Bvlgari and a few others. I shop the world to find previously owned merchandise in good to excellent condition that I would want to own — then offer them on eBay. The types of merchandise that I sell include purses, watches, necklaces, rings, scarves, scarf rings, etc.

Even at an early age, I became interested in designer goods — and have spent a lifetime owning and inspecting them. Therefore I am able to offer informed expertise in authentication and guarantee authenticity of every item I sell. To aid the informed buyer, my listings provide photos showing the detailing that will provide you confidence that my offerings are authentic. Because of my expertise in authentication, I am proud to offer a money-back guarantee of authenticity for every item I sell. Please check my eBay feedback to see how my customers rate my offerings.

Because of the difficulty of obtaining such high-quality merchandise, it takes time to accumulate a critical mass to make an auction worthwhile for me and for you. Therefore I tend to schedule a set of a dozen or so auction items approximately once a month.

My business model is to offer mostly previously owned merchandise with a very low starting price and no reserve. At the beginning of almost every auction, some newbie will ask how I can sell authentic merchandise so cheaply. Obviously, I am taking a calculated risk and may lose money if few bidders are interested. Therefore I only offer high quality, authentic designer merchandise that has a strong appeal so that the bidding will raise the selling price above my cost. The end result for my many customers is that they can purchase great products at prices ranging from good to fantastic.

If you would like to see my current listings, if any, click here. Since we may be between auctions, there may not be any items listed at this time — therefore below I am providing images of designer items that I have sold in previous auctions.

If you want to contact me, please use eBay's email system and send your message to eBay ID Myampie.

Best Regards,

Myampie

Hermès was founded in 1837 by Thierry Hermès as a maker of fine equestrian products. Over time, it evolved into a haute couture house specializing in fine leather products, jewelry, scarves and lifestyle accessories. Their designs typically follow a philosophy of simple but elegant.
Louis Vuitton was founded in 1854 by Louis Vuitton, designing and manufacturing high quality trunks. The product line eventually expanded to fine purses, jewelry and luggage. Their monogram canvas design, as showing in the photos below, is one of the most recognizable design elements in the world of high fashion.
Chanel was founded by the late couturier Coco Chanel and is one of the most famous luxury brands in the world of high fashion. The original products were primarily clothing but the product line now includes purses and jewelry — both fine jewelry and fashion jewelry (AKA costume jewelry). The CC logo and quilt-stitched pattern are among the most famous design elements in Haut couture.
Cartier was founded in 1947 by Louis-François Cartier as a jewelry and watch-making establishment. In more recent years, Cartier has expanded its product line to include purses and scarves. The three-gold motif used in the Trilogy ring and watch pictured below is one of the most sought-after in the world of high fashion.

Papohaku Beach P.S., I must put a good word in for my photographer, B. David Cathell, who does such a wonderful job taking beautiful photos of my high quality merchandise. His real love is not photographing designer merchandise but capturing the magic of Hawai`i.

He has visited the islands many times as well as living on Maui in the mid-1980s. His website is dedicated to preserving the unspoiled beauty of this paradise before it is lost to "progress". He has captured many places that the casual visitor will never see — such as this shot of Papohaku Beach on Moloka`i.

To visit his website, click here.