SHIPPING INFORMATION

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Bread & Butter Gallery Limited

We can deliver most art to virtually anywhere in the world.

If you require international shipping contact Christine Rabarts on chris@breadandbutter.co.nz

If orders are urgent, please contact Christine on chris@breadandbutter.co.nz

Depending on the nature of the item you have ordered, we will ship most pieces within 4 days following receipt of payment.
However, with all our Fine Art Prints and Fine Art Originals, time is required to package, and in some instances, co-ordinate printing and prepare any shipping documentation.

We have courier collections in the late afternoon and most orders can be expected to be shipped within 48 hours following the receipt of your payment, but allow up to 4 days for dispatch.

While we go to great lengths to package your product as safely as possible, Bread & Butter Gallery LTD cannot be held responsible for items lost or damaged by the carrier once it has left the Gallery.
As all items are one-off and handmade pieces, therefore irreplaceable, we advise you to consider arranging your own insurance while your item is in transit.

Delivery within New Zealand:

Courier Delivery
Purchases within New Zealand are delivered by the Courier door to door service.
It is recommended to select an address where someone will be available to sign for the package. No responsibility will be taken once the item has left Bread & Butter Gallery.
You can track and trace your item through the Couriers website.

International Delivery:

Courier Door to Door - Please contact Bread & Butter Gallery to arrange International Delivery on chris@breadandbutter.co.nz
Economical, customs-cleared, door-to-door delivery to major economic centers, typically is approx 2 weeks for Fine Art works to most countries, depending on your country customs procedure.

Shipping Insurance and Track & Trace:

For International Delivery we recommend that additional shipping insurance cover be purchased.

International orders may be subject to import duties or taxes levied by the authorities of your own country.
These duties, taxes or charges are payable by the receiver.