All payment information and details will be sent via an encrypted protocol to the banks which provide remote electronic payment services to us, without third parties having any access whatsoever thereto. These details will not be used by us except for carrying out procedures relevant to your purchase, or issuing refunds in the case of returns. Under no circumstances will you be charged more than the total cost shown on your order confirmation at checkout relative to the payment method and currency chosen by you. 

Payment methods

Credit & Debit Cards:

We accept all major debit and credit cards: Visa, MasterCard and American Express


Customers can use PayPal to make their payment and shop easily online without having to enter their credit card details on the website.

Your account will be charged once the order is completed.

To register for a PayPal account, visit the website

Apple Pay 

Customers using iPhone, iPad, and Mac can use Apple Pay to make their payment in Safari.

Your account will be charged once the order is completed.

Clear Pay

Clearpay is an interest free, buy now pay in 4 equal instalments service. This service is available to all UK customers over 18 years old.

Customers pay 25% upfront and then pay 3 equal payments over a 6 week period spanning two months. Clearpay doesn't require credit check, and all customers with a UK debit card and UK phone number are eligible to use this service.

How does it work?

Add you selected pieces to cart and start the checkout. When asked about your preferred payment option (card, PayPal, ApplePay) select Clearpay. When you review your order and complete the checkout you will be redirected to Clearpay website. There, you will enter your card details and phone number and pay the first instalment—25%. The other three payments of the exact same amount will be paid over the course of the following six weeks. You will not be charged any interest or extra fees by using Clearpay.

Clearpay is a European branch of Afterpay, the most popular instalment payment service in the USA, Australia and New Zealand.