Policy - Kara Sanches Sculpture

Welcome

My website is: www.KaraSanches.com
Buyers are responsible for any handling, customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs or couriers.

Payments

Once payment has been received work will then start on your sculpture.

Shipping

Please message me a contact number to pass onto the courier.
Once ready the sculptures are packed extremely well and couriered to the customer. For the UK this is a a standard courier delivery which normally arrives between 9am and 6pm on the agreed delivery day. You will be contacted to arrange the preferred day but there is no specific time.
If you would like a timed or special delivery such as next day either AM or PM then please select this delivery option. Message me your delivery preference. I will require a contact number so that arrangements for delivery can be made.

Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations

Just contact me within: 7 days of delivery

Ship items back to me within: 14 days of delivery


Q. What about aftercare?
A. Do not use strong detergents or chemical cleaners, as this will destroy the patination. It is advisable to polish them with pure bees wax once or twice a year. Brush on the wax from the tin, leave for 2 hours before gently buffing.

Securing the sculpture

The sculptures are made with a threaded rod screwed into the underside and cemented in. This is then bolted onto the slate base if provided with the sculpture.
The sculpture can be fixed using an extra long bolt to be attached to a pedestal, however this needs to be requested.
However if the slate base is placed on a flat non porous surface, I recommend securing it with Museum Wax, which will stop it from being knocked off. This is a non permanent solution and the Museum Wax does not dry.
You could also use epoxy resin glue to cement the base in place.

3cm slate bases

I supply 3cm thick slate bases either 30cm, 20cm or 17cm with my sculptures, which have a hole in the middle 1cm and countersunk on the underside by 1.5cm deep (for the nut attachment) by a diameter of 3cm.

Displaying sculptures - pedestals/plinths

Useful information about how to display your sculpture can be found here:
https://www.forging-ahead.co.uk/Plinths.htm

Some photos show my sculptures displayed on slate-affect planters that have been turned upside down and used as pedestals. They are relatively inexpensive and you can find a variety of stone finishes and sizes. They are also easy to move around. One customer placed a tile, matching in size and colour, on top of an upturned planter to display their sculpture, which looked great. https://www.primrose.co.uk/planters

Pedestals and plinths

Here are a few links to pedestals that I have found on the internet, however I'm not able to endorse them. Just copy and paste :-)

-Grey cement pedestal - 100cm x 28cm x 28cm
https://www.maisonsdumonde.com/UK/en/p/charcoal-grey-pedestal-mineral-mineral-130257.htm


-MDF display pedestals, ready to paint:
//www.greatart.co.uk/gerstaecker-display-plinths.html

- Solits Plinths
https://www.plinths.co.uk/11-plinths

More plinths and pedestals can be found on Etsy.

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