Worcester Antiques
Antiques & 20th Century Collectables

UK Delivery


Delivery, Postage and Packaging

If you are buying from outside the United Kingdom please follow this link for International Antiques Delivery

We post the following working day for payments received by 4:00pm.

  • We only use a service that fully insures Antiques and Collectables against loss and damage.
  • We only use a tracked service, in most case a signature will be required.
  • Special Delivery and DHL Express are guaranteed 1 working day transit services.
  • Each Antique or Collectable will be checked and hand packed by either my wife or me.
19th Century Royal Mail Carriage

Example: Select next day delivery, pay Tuesday 2:00pm, we package and then dispatch Wednesday, Antique arrives Thursday.

Postage Times

Terms

We only dispatch to a verified postal address. This would also be the registered address of your credit card if you are paying by credit card or your verified pay pal address if paying from a pay pal account.

Please contact us first if you require any special circumstances.

Follow this link for our Antiques and Collectables UK returns policy

Packing box marked fragile

Professional Packaging

Quality of packaging and packing materials

The wrong packaging so often leads to disappointment when buying antiques or delicate collectables on-line, especially due to the fragile character inherent in so many collectables and to a large extend all antiques. I have never forgotten the deep disenchantment many years ago when my parents made their first antique on-line purchase, only to receive a postal damaged Art Deco Statue.

At Worcester Antiques we take great care when packing items ready for dispatch. They are hand packed by myself or my wife. When required we use double skin cardboard cartons, these are bought in new from a local packaging supplier in Worcester. As well as high quality bubble wrap we also use biodegradable packing chips and acid free packing tissue. In nearly all situations we use environmentally friendly cartons; new but manufactured from recycled materials.

In certain circumstances we may double box a very fragile item. This means packaging a fragile item in one carton, then packing this within a second larger carton.

All items are securely taped and marked Fragile.