If you would like to order, to have me shop for you for specific items, or have any questions, send me e-mail (email@example.com). To order, use the piece number from the web site, and I will let you know if it is still available.
You can purchase with a personal check or a cashier's check; I do not accept credit cards. A cashier's check means faster delivery of your order. For the fastest delivery, you can also now pay online using PayPal. It's free to buyers (I pay a small fee), secure, and you can register online using your checking or credit card account. You can then log into their site and say you want to send me money at the email address above. They send me a message when they do, and then I ship to you immediately. Many e-businesses, including eBay, use it; I have for years and have had no client complaints. Click here for details.
Many international customers can now use PayPal too. It's simple to sign up for an international PayPal account by clicking here, and it’s much cheaper than sending an expensive wire transfer of money. Residents in the following countries and many others (see their site) are now eligible for PayPal accounts:
*Australia * Austria * Belgium * Brazil * Canada * China * Denmark * France * Germany * Hong Kong * Ireland * Israel * Italy * Japan * Mexico *Netherlands * New Zealand * Norway * Portugal * Singapore * South Africa * South Korea * Spain * Sweden * Switzerland * United Kingdom
Shipping in the U.S. by insured U.S. Priority Mail or UPS is included in the prices. International shipment may be higher.
Because it's difficult to fully appreciate a piece without seeing it and how it fits into your own setting, refunds (less the cost of mailing and handling) are guaranteed. (I am afraid I cannot do that for pieces ordered directly from the Women Weavers OnLine in Morocco, since they often need the money and spend it immediately, plus the postage to return things is very expensive. Those pieces can only be returned if there is a gross defect, which I usually catch when I photograph.)
I'm curious about how many people look at this information, where they found it, and their reactions; I'd be very grateful if you'd take a moment and drop me a line! Suggestions are welcome.
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