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Customs & Duty Fees

For International customers customs and duty fees are the responsibility of the buyer.  

Customs and Duties are various taxes and fees imposed by your own country. US Sellers have no control over customs charges and do not benefit from them or receive any of the money from them. Before you make your purchase, you should acquaint yourself with your country’s import laws. 

"In general, import duty is a tax that the importer has to pay to bring foreign goods into his or her country. Import VAT (Value Added Tax) is a tax charged on imported goods and services. 

Duty and VAT are calculated as a percentage of the value of the imported goods, consisting of the product value and the freight & insurance costs. 

For importing into the UK, duty and VAT are normally due when a minimum value threshold of £15 is reached. Duty is not paid on consignments shipped within the EU. 

Import duty rates vary depending on the type of goods; many goods are duty free. Relief from duty and VAT may apply in special cases. Also, in some cases additional duties may be charged, depending of the country of manufacture of the goods”

  

Please click on the Duty Calculator link below to help figure out what your customs fees will be or go to your country's customs website to calculate what to expect. 

http://www.dutycalculator.com/

  

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Guide to metal colors
Metal Colors

Here is a helpful guide of the different colors of various precious metals. 

🌿 Note: I do not plate my White Gold so it will have a similar color like in the photo compared to Rhodium plated. My studio is free of  hazardous chemicals and I prefer the color of natural White Gold.  If a brighter White is desired most local jewelers will Rhodium plate for a fee.


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