ladies dance shoes – Description:A stunning hand painted illusration of a pair of ballet shoes, pefect for a little girl's nursery.| P R I N T I N F O |• PRINT SIZES: Sizes available: 8×10”, A4, 11×14”, A3, 16×23'', A2 contact us should you wish another size to fit your frame.• PAPER: 250 gsm satin card• FRAMING: FRAME or MATTING NOT INCLUDED. Example of possible framing options only. Prints displayed not proportional to all print sizes on offer. Framed prints used as an example only.| ✈ S H I P P I N G |Orders are completed within 3 – 5 business days, with a shipping notification sent to your email address once your print has been shipped.AUSTRALIA – Please allow 3 – 5 business days after your order has been sent for delivery.INTERNATIONAL – Please allow 2 – 4 weeks for delivery, as we are shipping from Australia.Be aware that transit times may vary due to factors outside of our control.NOTE: International shipping has NO tracking provided (unless you've purchased it additionally) so therefore I am unable to provide tracking to you or track your iteM. If you wish to purchase tracking, please send me a convo and we can organise this for you.Any costs incurred outside of regular shipping costs, such as taxes or customs fees, etc… are the buyer's responsibility.URGENT ORDERS: I may in certain circumstances produce your order as a priority.There will be an extra $10 charge for quicker processing and delivery. | P A C K A G I N G |All larger sized prints are packaged in an clear protective sleeve and shipped in a rigid mailing tube to minimise any damage and so they arrive exactly as I sent them to you.A4 and 8×10” prints are sent between two sheets of rigid cardboard and placed inside a clear protective sleeve and should arrive exactly as I sent them to you.
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