Accepted Modes of Payment:
Accepted Modes of Payment:
Credit Cards via Square, Checks, Bank Account Transfers.
Wire transfers will incur an additional charge for their processing by the banking system and are only recommend for International transactions.
Should you have an account in Europe you may send your payment to our European Account-In which case we will give you the price equivalence in Euro. Please inquire first in that case.

In order to buy an item please click on the ‘Inquire About this Item’ Button. We will get back to you with all the tailored information for your purchase, including if you need it the shipping cost.

Sales Tax:
The sales tax is included in the selling price for US or France deliveries.
Other destinations please inquire with us.

Antiques will incur the actual shipping costs, noted for each article plus insurance as also noted.
Count on us to pack your purchase with the utmost care.
Shipping is at actual cost.

We understand everyone’s right to a change of heart.
We guarantee the authenticity of all of our items, hence we will allow returns.
However the returns should be done no later then 3 Days after original reception of the article and will require the safe return of the item in the exact condition received.
Should the return be caused by a mistake on our part, all shipping fees will be refunded.
In other cases, the customer will be responsible for shipping charges, and insurance.
The item must be returned with the original carrier and in its original packaging, in a traceable manner.

Items with Ivory:
Please note all items sold with Ivory are in observance of the “CITES” Washington Agreement of 1973. Hence they were created more then 50 years ago.

A special note:
Unless ortherwise cited, all our items are antiques. The ‘all’ beauty of antiques is their age and their sense of coming from another time.
Therefore, SilverArtbyD&R presents to you pieces that come with a life and possibly visible indications of  the sumptuous occasions under chandeliers and candlelight.
Remember this is of the past …and not the new …and the scars of the past only add to the character.