How to order

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Verpackung-promo-350pxTo select fine art prints, please refer to the image gallery, or your wishlist. After clicking on thumbnails, images can be viewed at large. After clicking on the order/cart button, a pop-up window opens and asks you about the specifications (size, edition, shipping address, etc).Payment

Orders are only accepted against payment in advance (either by wire transfer or paypal). No credit cards accepted.

Delivery time
Frequently ordered works are kept on stock. If an artwork has to be produced, it is usually shipped within 2-3 weeks.

International orders
Make sure you provide us with your telephone number, since it is obligatory for international shippings by Swiss Post.

Shipping costs
For packing and mailing we charge the following (see table). For citizens outside Switzerland, prices may vary according to local shipping costs and taxes.

Order policy
All orders are fulfilled and shipped from Switzerland. Micronaut is free to cancel an order without any reason. Customers must inspect delivered goods immediately after receipt before signing confirmation of delivery from shipper. Should the delivered goods be obviously damaged and the damages discovered only after signing of receipt, customers have a period of 5 days to report the damage. After this period, the right to return or exchange the purchased items is no longer valid. Orders are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Switzerland. Place of jurisdiction is Basel, Switzerland.

Return policy
In case the incorrect image was delivered, Micronaut covers all shipping costs. In all other cases the customer covers the costs. Works with a color different from the customer’s personal preference are not returnable. If you return the works in a damaged condition, you will be required to provide compensation of equivalent worth. For the sake of protection, goods should only be returned in the original packaging they were sent in, using all the protective materials. Any scratches, spots and breaks have to be considered a total loss (remember this is fine art!).

 

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