OLD LIGHTING SPOT
OldLightingSpot's Shop Policies
We accept PayPal or United States Postal Service Money Orders. Sorry, we can not accept other brands of money orders, nor checks. If you would like to send a money order as payment, please let us know so we can provide our mailing address.
Normal shipping for large and breakable items such as most of our lighting is by FedEx Ground. You must be able to provide a physical street address for delivery. Insurance coverage is provided through FedEx. In the rare circumstance of a lost shipment or a damage in transit, it is the Buyer's responsibility to file and monitor any claim sought.
Some smaller items may ship through USPS, as appropriate.
Refunds and Exchanges
Please make all your selections thoughtfully and carefully. Please ask any questions you may have before purchasing item. All sales are final.
In the rare circumstance of a lost shipment or a damage in transit, it is the Buyer's responsibility to file and monitor any claim sought.
Additional Policies and FAQs
A Word about Choosing the Right Lampshade:
Most of the lamps I sell do NOT come with a lampshade. There are two main reasons.
First, I only have a very limited number of shades, and many more lamps. I use each shade over and over again to take my photos to give an idea of how a shade will look on each lamp. Often the shade shown may have stains on the back or other damages, or it really isn't right for the lamp overall. I crop my pictures so you can't see that it's way too tall, too wide, etc.
Second is the consideration of additional shipping cost. Most shades are big, and all shades are fairly delicate. Proper packing of a shade takes up a LOT of box space, and may even require a separate box from the lamp itself. Obviously this would increase shipping costs drastically over the base cost of the lamp.
For both reasons, I recommend buying a shade locally that is exactly what you want. Stores like Lowe's and Target offer great looking lampshades at low prices. Also try local thrift stores or antique malls for vintage and antique shades at very reasonable prices. Or, simply repurpose a lampshade you already own!
Last Updated February 3, 2011