How to Pay

Card via PayPal

Please note that you don’t need to have a PayPal account in order to use your debit or credit card. We use PayPal to protect your security and we pay their fees ourselves.

If you are outside the UK, we will bill your card in UK Pounds, and you will be billed in your local currency using an exchange rate applied by PayPal.

For security reasons we do not accept payment over the phone or by cheque.

Bank transfer

Bank Name: Barclays Bank
Account holder: M Adekeye
Sort Code: 20 44 91
Account number: 63722783

Please write your product code/order number as the reference. If you are outside the UK, we will bill you in UK Pounds which will be converted into your local currency using an exchange rate applied by your bank.

Packaging & postage

UK & overseas

Customers will not be charged for packing costs.
Postage/shipping will also be free for customers in the UK.
Overseas customers will be charged postage/shipping costs at check-out according to their geographical region.
Postage/shipping costs will be made explicit prior to purchase.
Overseas customers may be charged inbound taxes and duties by some inbound countries’ tax authorities.

Returns and refunds

If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase, and provided it is in its original condition, you are welcome to return it within 30 days of delivery and we will provide a full refund of the price of the artwork.

Unfortunately, we cannot refund delivery costs or any other costs incurred.

When will my artwork arrive?

Smaller items to the UK can be expected within a week. Heavier items, requiring the manufacture of bespoke wooden crates, can be expected within two weeks.

Most overseas deliveries can be expected within two weeks. Items requiring the manufacture of bespoke wooden creates and deliveries to parts of Asia and Oceania can be expected within three weeks.

All deliveries will be made via DHL Express and will be trackable.

Caring for your sculpture

Accidental damage

For stone sculptures we offer a repair service for minor damage such as chips or scratches. We provide free advice by email on how you can repair and re-polish the sculpture yourself.

If you would like us to help with a repair for a small fee, you can either bring your sculpture to our London gallery in person or post it to us, in which case you will be liable for packing and postage costs both ways.

Outdoor display

Left exposed to the elements, the stone sculptures will eventually lose some of their shine, which is why we recommend keeping them indoors where possible.

If you do choose to exhibit them outside, we are happy to advise you by email free of charge on how to re-polish them.