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Our decoupage is handmade to order in our New York studio using reproduced imagery from John Derian's vast collection of antique and vintage prints. Trained artisans cut and collage our designs onto handblown glass. Please allow 2-4 weeks for production.
There is a minimum shipping charge of $25. Orders that exceed the minimum charge due to weight or size will be calculated at checkout.
Free shipping on most orders of $250 or more within the contiguous US; this does not apply to returns or exchanges.
For larger items, additional shipping costs may be required and will be added to the total at checkout. Eligible items will include “Additional Flat Rate Shipping” on their respective product pages. Large furniture pieces, such as cabinets, chairs, sofas, and ottomans, must be ordered via phone or email for additional shipping estimates.
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Our decoupage pieces are handmade to order. Please allow 2-4 weeks for production.
Orders not including decoupage typically ship within 5-10 business days.
If you would like to receive your order sooner, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an expedited shipping quote.
We ship most orders complete. Should there be significant differences in items’ lead times, we will reach out and provide the option to ship items separately. There will be additional shipping charges if you decide to receive items separately.
We will send an email notification with UPS tracking information once your order has shipped.
We ship via UPS Ground only, which does not deliver to P.O. Boxes. Please provide a non-P.O. Box address for shipping when checking out.
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International shipping is not available at this time
Tax will be added to all orders shipped to New York and Massachusetts.
Despite our very best efforts to prevent it, items are occasionally damaged during shipping. Should this happen, it is important that you keep all of the original packaging and immediately contact email@example.com. We will replace your item and reship as soon as UPS has inspected your box and obtained possession of the original package, and the replacement products are available for shipment.
You are responsible for accepting your order delivery. Delivery charges are not refundable for unsuccessful delivery attempts. If you require a signature, please note it in the ‘Special Instructions’ box when checking out.
John Derian Company is not responsible for additional shipping fees if you are not available to receive your package. Should you require a signature, UPS will attempt delivery 3 times before returning the shipment to the sender.
Very occasionally, UPS experiences shipping delays. We unfortunately cannot refund shipping charges in these circumstances as UPS does not refund these charges to us.
We use recycled and recyclable shipping and packing materials whenever possible.
Free in-store pick-up is available for all online orders at our East Village shop. Once your order is placed, we will reach out to you to confirm and schedule a pickup time. Please note that decoupage items are made to order and need at least two weeks for production. All other items are subject to availability.
In-store pick-up is available Wednesday-Saturday from 11:30am-6pm at 10 E. 2nd St.
WHAT IS DECOUPAGE?
Decoupage is the art of cutting and gluing paper images to a surface. John Derian, an avid collector of antique fruit, flower, and animal prints, hand-paints borders and patterns over centuries-old ledgers and letters. He combines all these elements into charmingly eccentric collages which are reprinted and pieced together in layers under glass accessories.
John's ever expanding collection includes plates, platters, paperweights, lamps, tabletops umbrella stands, vases and shadow boxes. John Derian's Designs are handmade in his studio in New York and prized by collectors around the world.
View the entire collection, here.
John’s early obsession with printed matter ultimately led him to decoupage, the art of cutting and pasting paper. Since 1989, he and a small studio of artisans in New York City have been creating glass plates, trays, bowls, and other decorative home items with imagery from his vast and ever-expanding collection of 18th and 19th century prints. His pieces are coveted and collected across the globe.
HOW A COLLECTION COMES TOGETHER
Our decoupage collections are released twice a year; take a peek into the workings of John's imagination and how a collection comes together.