How long will it take to get my order?
K. Amani jewellery is manufactured to order. Typically this takes 3-10 weeks from the time a design is agreed upon (or an order is directly placed from the website) for manufacturing and shipping. During busy periods (Christmas or Valentine’s Day) these timeframes may need to be extended. If this is the case we will endeavour to communicate timeframes with you prior to commencement of manufacturing. It is a good idea to order your jewellery well in advance of those big holidays.
What if I don’t like my purchase or change my mind?
If for whatever reason you are dissatisfied with your purchase, K. Amani Fine Jeweller will endeavour to fix the problem. However, we are unable to offer refunds for change of mind as per the New Zealand Consumer Guarantees Act. As all our products are made to order, the standard returns policy does not apply. These are not mass produced items: they are made specifically for you to your specifications. In some cases we may offer a store credit, but this is on a case by case basis.
What if my jewellery arrives and is faulty or defective?
K. Amani Fine Jeweller stands by the quality and workmanship of our products. All jewellery is quality checked prior to shipping. In accordance with the New Zealand Consumer Guarantees Act we will repair if your product is faulty or not as described. Please note: if your product is faulty or not as described you must inform K. Amani via email or phone within 7 days of receipt of item and send back to us within 30 days for remedial action to be completed.
Is there a warranty on your Jewellery?
All jewellery purchased from K. Amani is protected by a 365-day worldwide back-to-base warranty against defective workmanship. Please note your warranty will be invalid if:
- a jeweller who is not affiliated with K. Amani Fine Jeweller works on the piece (this includes resizing, as this can loosen stone settings; we will do this for you if you want to keep your warranty intact)
- you somehow damage the jewellery (i.e.: knock a ring which loosens the setting of the stone(s), causing you to lose the stone or damage the stone. Gemstones are typically quite resilient but by their intrinsic nature some types of stones can chip or crack easily, especially emeralds and tanzanites).