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Fell Asleep Here, Spoon Bookmark. Vintage Silverware Spoon Book Marks by Milk & Honey.

Fell Asleep Here, Spoon Bookmark. Vintage Silverware Spoon Book Marks by Milk & Honey.

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: spoon
  • Made to order

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From Midlothian, VA
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Fell Asleep Here, a vintage tea spoon book mark for book lovers.
You will receive the exact design and lettering shown.
Original spoon is a 6.14" tea spoon, flattened and curved in half to create a bookmark.
Finished length is approximately 3" long.

I have an full line of vintage spoon bookmarks:

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I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations

Contact me within: 3 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 7 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 24 hours of purchase

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
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  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
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Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

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Our specific processing times are listed within each listing, but most items are ready to ship in 1-3 business days.

Please keep in mind that during peak holiday seasons (Valentine's, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Christmas) we may need to increase our production time and will be unable to rush production to ship ahead of schedule.

When we increase our production time, it is always reflected in the official shipping section of each listing.
Yes, definitely! We never include pricing materials in our shipments and are always more than happy to create a customized gift note from you to the recipient. Please leave your note at checkout and we will include it in the gift packaging. There is never a charge for this service.
Our mugs are designed by Sarah, then individually hand pressed in our home studio using professional grade sublimation equipment for a dishwasher and microwave safe finish.

The design is printed on both sides of the mug, so they are perfect whether you are right handed or left handed. (The only exception is mugs with long calligraphy swashes that wrap around the side. Printing on both sides would cause these swashes to overlap).

We offer both 11oz and 15oz sizes as well as two color options (an all-white mug and a white mug with black handle & trim). Each mug is carefully shipped, double boxed with a sturdy white gift box and insured against damage.
We source the highest quality antique and vintage silverware, using only table-ready pieces with no pitting or plate loss. We never use “craft-grade” or “shabby” flatware. Our silverware is authentic vintage silver-plate, not reproductions.

We hammer in every letter one at a time by hand, never with machine presses or engraving equipment. The resulting impressions are a permanent feature of the silverware, so our nearly million hammer blows of experience come in handy to be sure every letter, punctuation, and heart ends up exactly where we want it!

Hand washing is recommended to protect the silver plating. Silver naturally tarnishes when exposed to oxygen, but you can easily remove tarnish and restore shine by using silver polish.
We source our cutting boards here in the Virginia countryside, working with a local company with nearly a century of experience in wood making. We choose beautiful maple and cherry hardwoods, then precision engrave our custom designs onto them in our Virginia studio. We do not use chemicals, stains, or varnish on our cutting boards.

Since we make each one ourselves, we can offer a limitless number of personalization options and love collaborating with our customers to create a special piece just for you.

Our cutting boards are hand-wash only. Please do not submerge or place in dishwasher.
We have many individually photographed pieces that show you the exact piece you will receive. Our made-to-order listings will vary depending on what patterns are in the studio when you order.

We are very careful to stock only table-ready silverware with no plate loss or pitting, never using “shabby” or “craft grade” silverware. We also curate a wide assortment of styles, so if you have a personal preference (floral, simple, masculine, etc.), please let us know in a note at checkout and we will choose the perfect piece.

While we are happy to send you photographs of silver styles to choose from, this does delay the production process by a few days and we will need to update your ship-by date to reflect this.
My Mug Arrived Broken, What Now?
In the rare instance that a mug arrives cracked or broken, we will replace it for you at no charge and handle the insurance claim with the postal service.
USPS requires us to send a photograph of the broken mug and the original packaging. If you could please send that to us at your convenience, we will then get right to work shipping you a replacement mug.

Do You Offer a Bulk/Quantity Discount?
Each product is individually handmade by us, not mass-manufactured. Because of this, we are unable to offer a bulk order discount outside of our wholesale relationships.

I Don't Want To Pay Customs Fees. Can You Mark the Package as "Gift"?
I'm sorry but we are unable to honor requests to falsify customs documents.

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