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Returns & Care Guide

Thank you for shopping with us.
Please note that due to the bespoke and fragile nature of our items, many pieces are not refundable or returnable. Also please read the item descriptions carefully - we carry many works by small artisans and the handmade origins often lend to small imperfections that are part and parcel of the collections herein.

- All sales are final. In the event that you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, returns are accepted on eligible items for store credit only within 10 business days of the invoice date, and must be accompanied by a receipt.

- To be eligible for a refund, your item must be  unused and in the same condition that you received it.

- Credit is good for one year from date of issue. *All packaging must remain intact and must be documented for shipping insurance claims.

- The buyer is responsible for return shipping costs. To initiate a return of any item that arrives damaged, please contact us

- The following items are not eligible for return: Fine Art, Historical /Vintage items, Soft Goods (lampshades, pillows, throws, linens, napkins), Sale Items.

All merchandise sold in “as is” condition.

Returns, exchanges, and cancellations are not accepted on special orders. 



Now that you have selected some of our fine wares for your very own collection, please take note of our recommendations for the care of your new items.

Most care descriptions are listed on the individual product pages - but if you have any questions at all - please do not hesitate to reach out for more information.


Washing: Only some of our dishes are dishwasher safe. If approved for dishwasher use, it is best to select wash cycles with moderate temperatures, between 110 and 130 degree F, such as those used for crystal or delicate dishes. Wash cycles with temperatures above 150 degree F, such as the “pots and pans” cycle, must be avoided since these high temperatures have a tendency to corrode the enamel and glazes. Dishwasher tablets without phosphate are recommended since they are gentler.


Most of our glassware is residential dishwasher-safe on a warm, gentle cycle using a mild detergent. be careful to check our recommendation for your specific glassware, as each piece is unique. Hand wash large, highly decorated, or fragile pieces. We recommend using dishwasher tablets.

We do not guarantee our glass to be microwave-safe. Extreme changes in temperature, such as with very hot liquids, may cause glass to crack. Never place glass in a freezer. Glassware with handles is particularly vulnerable to cracking with rapid changes in temperature.


Wash silver plated and stainless steel flatware promptly after use by hand to avoid staining and possible pitting. Wash in warm, sudsy water. Rinse well and dry immediately.

Dishwasher - some flatware may be safely washed in the dishwasher, however, hand washing is highly recommended. If you choose to wash your flatware in the dishwasher, carefully rinse away traces of food from flatware; foods that contain sulfides may cause tarnishing and pitting. Avoid harsh detergents that contain chlorides. Avoid lemon-scented detergents which contain acids that may harm silver. Use a rinse agent and/or a water softener. Do not spill dry detergent or silver – it may cause dark spots and pitting. Hand dry silver plated flatware, especially knife blades, to avoid spotting and pitting. Do not wash silver plate flatware and stainless steel items at the same time as the combination may cause an unpleasant chemical reaction. Flatware with wooden handles is dishwasher-safe but should be washed on a low heat setting.


Machine washing:  Fine linens should be separated from polyester fabrics, which can create pilling. Wash most linens in warm water on a gentle cycle with a cold water rinse. Be careful to pre-treat any stains prior to washing. Use a neutral, biodegradable, liquid detergent without alkalis, added bleach, whiteners, or enzymes; we recommend “Arm & Hammer for Sensitive Skin.” Do not pour detergent directly on textiles; add it to the water as the tub fills or dilute detergent with water and then add linens. Unless linens are soiled, use just half the recommended amount of detergent.

Bleaching: Chlorine bleach can weaken fibers and cause them to yellow. If white fabrics require bleaching, use an oxygen-based bleach.

Drying: Tumble dry on low heat. Never use a high heat setting which will weaken fibers, cause shrinkage, and shorten the life of your linens. Remove items from dryer promptly, while still damp, to minimize wrinkles. Smooth and fold, or press with iron if desired.

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