M. Antoinette Re-Creations
58Diamond's Shop Policies
Welcome to Marie Antoinette Re-Creations at 58Diamond! Hope you have fun viewing all my assemblage jewelry, created from wonderful vintage findings, that I have up-cycled into incredible one-of-a-kind jewelry. Have fun, and please don't hesitate to contact me with any quesions. I love to chat!
I now accept Paypal, major credit cards, Etsy gift cards, and debit card payment.
I do offer a lay-away plan. I will accept two equal payments of the total amount of the purchase, including postage.
I do ship anywhere in the world, however, if you live outside Canada or the United States, please contact me for a shipping quote prior to purchasing.
I mail all packages through Canada Post. If you would like tracking and insurance on your purchase, please let me know before checking out, and I will ensure that this is purchased for you. I cannot be responsible for lost or damaged packages should you choose to not purchase tracking and insurance.
Refunds and Exchanges
Please note that I inspect all my jewelry upon completion and again prior to shipping, to ensure that you will be receiving an excellent quality piece. Please read my descriptions and view all pictures before purchasing. Should you not be totally satisfied with the piece you purchased, please contact me. The piece must be returned within 7 days of receiving it. A refund will be issued after the piece is received in my store, in the same condition it was sold in. I do not refund the shipping charge, or return shipping costs.
Once a package leaves my hands at the post office, I cannot be responsible for any loss or damages to the package. Should you wish to purchase postage with tracking and insurance, please advise me prior to checking out, and I will advise of the cost.
Additional Policies and FAQs
My jewelry is composed of many different vintage, antique and new components. As such, please handle it as you would any fine jewelry. It should not be exposed to cleaning chemicals, jewelry cleaning solutions, or water. As with all jewelry, it is not intended to be worn while doing housework, gardening, exercising, or any other potentially damaging activities.
Should any of the metal components, such as medals, coins and/or chains, tarnish or dull over time, you can use a jewelry polishing cloth, or very fine "0000" steel wool to polish the pieces. Do not submerge your jewelry in jewelry cleaning chemicals, as antique and vintage components may not react well to harsh chemicals.
Last Updated August 7, 2015