Do you accept returns or exchanges?
For health and hygiene reasons, returns cannot be accepted unless an item is faulty. If the item is broken or faulty on arrival, please email email@example.com within 3 days of receipt of the parcel.
A return shipping address will be provided for you to send the item/s back (paid for by you). Items must be sent back to Celestial Closet using a tracked shipping method, preferably in the original shipping box. On receipt of the item, the item condition will be assessed, and I will send a replacement item (if stock permits) or repair the original item, which will then be shipped back to you at no additional cost. Items must be unworn and unopened, in their original packaging for a return to be accepted.
Please note that colour differences are not considered a fault. Returns and exchanges are not accepted for change of mind or minor colour alterations – please keep this in mind before purchasing.
What payment methods do you offer?
Payment can be made by credit or debit card, or PayPal. Credit and debit cards are processed using the Square payment gateway.
All transactions are processed in Australian Dollars (AUD).
Eligible customers can choose to pay in 4 instalments with PayPal Pay in 4 on orders over $30.00 AUD. Please refer to the PayPal Pay in 4 terms and conditions for further information on this service.
The item I want to buy is sold out. Will you be re-releasing that style?
I make my magical wearables in small batches, to keep pieces limited edition. Previous collections may continue to be released in restocks in small quantities, until they are retired. Sold-out products will show a waitlist sign up form so you can be advised when certain pieces are back in stock.
Some pieces are one-off in nature due to special materials or findings that are no longer available, these will be clearly marked in the listing.
Recycled wearables are all one-of-a-kind due to the unique patterns and textures that occur during the material pressing process.
Why are some pieces only available as pre-orders?
Most new collections are offered as pre-orders, to prevent the unnecessary wastage of materials and findings and to minimise the excess stock taking up space in my workspace!
Sometimes it’s hard to know whether a design will be well received or not when it is released, so pre-orders mean that I’ll only make enough of a design to based on the number of orders received (and maybe a few extras) with the materials I have.
It’s also a way of ensuring my customers don’t miss out on the items or colourways that they had their heart set on, and helps me manage my workload so I’m not overworked (I had a hand injury during 2020 that put me out of action for three months, directly caused by my jewellery making!)
Can you help me with designing and producing laser cut jewellery, or cut custom designs for me?
As of March 2023, I am taking on limited medium to large laser cutting projects, including business signage and bespoke market stall/retail displays for other small businesses.
I offer some tips and tricks on my Instagram about my #lasercuttinglife and give some insight into how I work, so other makers can get started with laser cutting, and plan to commence some live streaming content over on my YouTube channel, as well as paid content on Ko-fi.