SteampunkCellars' Shop Policies
Steampunk Cellars specializes in jewelry and accessories for the slightly askew. I am proud to offer a variety of hand-made jewelry: from hand blown glass beads to semi-precious stones and pearls in earrings, necklaces, bracelets and watches. The materials are often determined by the desired design of the piece. If you don't see it here, feel free to email me and I can create a custom piece to fit your wants and needs. Lately I have branched out into polymer clay designs, and lean mostly toward a folksy, steampunk style.
I am based just outside of Greensboro, NC. For those of you not from North Carolina, Greensboro is about 1.5 hours west of Raleigh. Called a small city, we are home to several malls, theaters, dozens of hotels, and plenty of Southern Barbecue!...
Payment due within 5 days.
United States: Paypal only, please contact for local pickup
Canada and everyone else: Paypal
I do offer Combined Shipping if you buy more than one item on the same shipment.
Shipping to U.S. & Canada and everywhere else. Please contact me for rates to other countries.
U.S.: Fate Rate, USPS Priority (Insurance Optional)
Canada: First Class International (Insurance not available). The Buyer is responsible for Customs Fees. If the cost of shipping an item exceeds the amount paid, I reserve the right to bill for the amount.
All items are shipped out within two business days of payment being received unless the description specifies otherwise.
Refunds and Exchanges
I package all items securely before shipping. Since my pieces are considered fragile (the same as clay or glass), I recommend the purchase of insurance if selecting USPS.
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact me by email or a convo on Etsy within 72 hours of receipt. If the piece arrived broken, please send a pic of the package or broken item. If you are unhappy, I will allow one exchange for something else in my shop. The original item must be sent back to me before a new one is sent out.
kkoltzau [!at] gmail.com
Last Updated January 8, 2013