Under the distance selling regulations you have the legal right to cancel your order within 7 working days of receipt of the goods. This right applies to all goods purchased on this website except for products marked (*) and any pierced products, such as earrings; these are excluded because of current Health & Hygiene Regulations.
Sugarpuss London is committed to providing customers with high quality products and customer service. However, in the event that products are found to be faulty, please refer to our returns policy outlined below. Please understand that it is our commitment to you to ensure that products received are of the highest possible standard.
If you are unhappy with any standard items ordered through our website, please contact email@example.com and ask for a returns number. You should then write that returns number clearly on your original invoice. Please send the goods to be returned in their original packaging to the address below within 14 days of receipt.
Sugarpuss London (Returns)
88-90 Hatton Garden
We strongly advise that when returning products you package and label them properly so that they are not lost or damaged in transit. We recommend that you insure the items to be returned and also retain some proof of postage in the event that the products go missing, as products remain your responsibility and property until we receive them.
Please note that Royal Mail 1st class Recorded Delivery no longer provides insurance for jewellery items. At the time of writing, Royal Mail Special Delivery insures jewellery items up to £1000, so we recommend you use this service or -for those ordering from abroad - a service that provides equal or adequate cover.
We are unable to provide refunds on either standard, handmade to order, or bespoke products unless they are returned to us in their original condition. We cannot be held accountable for damage incurred after receipt.
Handmade to order and bespoke products: these items cannot be returned unless there is a defect in the product.
It is now Sugarpuss London's policy to photograph all items in their packaging at time of dispatch, so that we have a record of their undamaged status. If the exterior packaging of your parcel looks damaged in any way shape or form, do not sign for your package. Acceptance of your package denotes acceptance that it was undamaged at receipt. We take great care with our packaging and if the box is intact your jewellery should be intact. Fragile areas are always protected with tissue paper. If you return an item to us that is broken or smashed we will refer to both our photograph at dispatch and to whether you signed for the parcel. Repairs can always be made to an item, but whether there is a charge or not will be at our discretion. Again, we cannot be held accountable for damage incurred after receipt.