We love custom orders at House of Cach! It is an opportunity for mutual creativity that results in one-of-a-kind pieces that exceed the dreams of our clients! House of Cach can provide custom large-scale or small-scale earrings, bracelets, necklaces, headpieces, belts, harnesses, etc. Pricing for our custom design service is quite affordable, being generally on par with the existing designs shown in our on-line shop. Tell us what you are imagining and we can make it become a reality!
Contact us via email email@example.com and tell us what you have in mind. You can also call 401-861-2224, or come to our studio! Once you have contacted us, we will promptly respond so that we can initiate an in-depth consultation to determine your requirements and establish a design concept.
A deposit of 30% of the total cost for the custom order is required before House of Cach purchases the needed materials and production begins. Once the item is finished, the client is responsible for payment of the balance and shipping costs. Requesting changes to the custom design(s) that were not included in the original estimate may result in additional costs and additional deposit. The client will be informed of any additional charges prior to proceeding with the changes. Failure to make any payment on time gives House of Cach the right to take immediate possession of the goods and suspend/cancel the shipment of the custom order. House of Cach will aim to complete the custom order on or before the estimated shipment date. However, House of Cach will not be held responsible for issues beyond its control such as delays caused by the client’s requested changes to the design, backordered components, delays incurred by shipping carriers, etc.
NOTE: Custom orders that are arranged online or via telephone do not include fittings by House of Cach. It is important for you to provide accurate measurements (we will tell you what to measure). House of Cach will not be held responsible for errors made in measurement by the client. We will aim to make adjustments as needed, but this could result in additional charges if the client provided inaccurate measurements.