It's beautiful but I'm from Spain, if I didn't have to pay customs I would buy it without thinking
In many countries you can avoid customs if someone sends you an item which they are returning to you. (wink, wink!)
For example, someone in UK sends me in Australia a kite to repair. I repair it and send it back, but they already owned it so the import value is zero. On the customs declaration I put "Return of repaired item to original owner" and a value of €1. Most postal systems won't allow a value of €0. Instead of "repaired item", you can try "borrowed item" or even just "item".
I have used this method a number of times and it has always been accepted at the receiving country.