Packages are generally dispatched within 2 days after receipt of payment.
Shipping fees include handling and packing fees as well as postage costs. Handling fees are fixed, whereas transport fees vary according to total weight of the shipment. We advise you to group your items in one order. We cannot group two distinct orders placed separately, and shipping fees will apply to each of them.
Boxes are amply sized and your items are well-protected.
ConteArt can deliver your order to any address in the world. We put following delivery companies at your disposal for this purpose:
Total Delivery Time - varies depending on the time needed to acquire an export permit and time needed to deliver the order to its final destination.
Put simply, here's the basic equation you can use to determine your delivery date:
(Permit) + (Shipping Time) = Total Delivery Time
Permit - according to current laws of our country art works can be permanently taken out of the country only with a permit issued by state authorities. Time needed to get a permit is between 2 and 7 work days.
Shipping Time - depends on the organization of a post service (EMS, DHL or FedEx) you chose and the distance at which the delivery is sent.
Shipping Time of package shipment in international traffic depends on custom procedure and organization of post office traffic in the destination country. As our experience tells us in international traffic:
Your package will be delivered directly to your home in places that have organized delivery. In places that do not have organized delivery, the post office will inform you on the arrival of the package and on time and place where you can take it.
Shipping Time of package by Express Mail Service is up to 14 workdays.
Shipping Time of package by courier mail is from 5 to 7 workdays.
Your package will be delivered by courier directly to your home.
Important: Workdays do not include Saturdays and Sundays, days of state and religious holidays.
These delivery terms can be extended in special cases, for example for orders made in time of holidays when post offices and customs are busy/closed. We suggest you make your orders in time.
We suggest you read our Custom information.
A sum of packaging and delivery service is shown in your shopping basket, beside every article and can always be seen before buying. Delivery costs depend on delivery destination and package weight and are calculated according to the price-list of the delivery service of your choice.
ConteArt does not bear any responsibility and does not recognize damage or loss reimbursement caused by unforeseeable events beyond human possibilities (accidents, natural disasters, etc.).
FREE INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY ON ALL ORDERS OVER $299 at ConteArt.com.
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A system for electronic monitoring of deliveries enables a user of delivery services to know in every moment where the package is - its status (delivered, returned, rerouted).
User can find information on package status by searching following Web pages:
EMS for the US – USPS https://tools.usps.com/go/TrackConfirmAction.action
DHL Worldwide Express: www.dhl.com
FedEx Express: www.fedex.com
You only need to enter package reception number (identification number) on a corresponding Web page to find information considering your package (date, time and place of reception, position of your package, and its status (delivered, returned, delivery in progress, etc.).
You can find the identification number in the e-mail sent to you by ConteArt right after the shipment.
You can be a subject liable for paying custom duties and taxes that may arise when the package arrives in your country, although in majority of countries art is custom – free. Additional expenses that may originate from custom duties in your country must be paid by you. We do not have control of these eventual expenses and cannot estimate the amount. Custom duties vary from country to country and you should contact local custom authorities for further information. Just to remind you, when you order from ConteArt.com you become the importer and must act in accordance with laws and regulations of the country you are receiving shipment in.
If a package is marked as "Gift" value of a package is not freed from custom duties; the duties must be paid by a person receiving the package.