Terms & Conditions
All images and text appearing on this web site are copyright © Bridget Davies 2020.
All rights reserved.
Payment can be made by bank transfer, PayPal or credit card (using PayPal).
For larger orders I am happy to accept payment in instalments. Please contact me for details.
Please frame behind glass if art work is on paper.
As with all artwork please keep away from damp, direct heat and direct sunlight.
Delivery within the United Kingdom is included in the price. Please contact me if you would like a quote for international delivery costs.
Orders will either be sent by Royal Mail First Class Post, Royal Mail Special Delivery Parcel Force or DHL's I Post Parcels service.
Works will be sent on the first Tuesday after payment has been received. If you need something urgently just let me know as I can arrange for it to be sent sooner.
I would love for you to be happy with your purchase but if you feel that it isn't for you it may returned to me within fourteen days of receipt. As long as the item is undamaged I will refund your payment.
Gift cards are only redeemable on my website and may also be used to commission a bespoke artwork (please contact me for details email@example.com). Gift cards cannot be used to purchase artwork at art fairs, gallery exhibitions, other online galleries or through print publishers.
Gift cards do not have an expiry date.
Gift cards can be used to purchase original artwork and limited edition prints and can also be used to go towards larger more expensive artworks.
Gift cards cannot be exchanged for cash.
Limited Edition Print – This varies from company to company. Limited Edition Print means that there will only ever be a certain number of prints produced (this is the edition size) and once these are sold there will be no more available as wall art. The prints are sometimes hand embellished and are always signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.
Images still may be used on greetings cards, products and in books.
Open Edition Print – An open edition print can be produced in any quantity and is not signed by the artist. Open editions tend to cost less than limited editions and are much less likely to increase in value.
Silk Screened Prints - Screen printing is a printing technique where a mesh, stretched access a frame is used to transfer ink onto the paper, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil or blocking medium. A blade or squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh apertures with ink. One colour is printed at a time, so several screens can be used to produce the finished artwork.
Stretched paper - Watercolour paper that is less than 200lb will cockle when it is wet. Stretching paper involves soaking the paper until it swells, attaching it to a rigid surface and allowing it to dry until it shrinks and becomes taut. After painting the paper becomes taut again.
Unstretched paper – Paper that has not been through the stretching process.
Any other questions please contact me!