How to order

 

Deposit

A purchase must be paid in full before it is shipped. Custom work (excluding wedding bands) requires a 50% deposit of the estimated total.

The following types of commissions require 100% deposit  before the work starts:

  • Custom made wedding bands
  • Custom work involving simulants, semi-precious, treated, low grade or unusual stones
  • A deposit is not refundable unless stated otherwise in writing.

 

Failure to pay the balance in full within 30 days of the final notification will result in a finance charge of 5% interest compounded monthly.
Failure to pay the balance within 3 month from the day of the initial purchase will result in the complete forfeiture of the deposit.
Failure to settle the balance within 6 months may result in legal action without further notice.

The point of sale

A sale takes place once the mutual agreement is reached verbally. The failure to sign the form and make a payment within a reasonable amount of time once the verbal agreement is reached, without providing any reasonable explanation, will result in our refusal of any future work.

  • All prices are in US dollars
  • All sales are final unless stated otherwise
  • The sale of a loose gemstone must be completed by setting it into a Leon Mege jewelry piece, subject to additional charge
  • Personalized, specially fitted, custom sized or engraved items cannot be returned
  • All deliveries within New York state are subject to NY state sales tax of 8.875%
  • Finished orders will not leave our premises until the full amount clears our bank account
  • Leon Mege, Inc. makes no explicit assurances or guarantees in regards to the finished item's appraised or market value
  • Custom work cannot be returned for credit or exchange unless it qualifies for the Tranquility Program.

 

Online Purchases

Free shipping within the Continental US with your online purchase. All questions regarding stock availability, return policy, costs and availability must be asked prior to proceeding with a purchase.

Upon the shipment of your order, following completion, Leon Megé will send you the Confirmation of Order that constitutes the acceptance of your order by Leon Megé and indicates the existence of a binding sales contract.

We cannot be held liable for any accidental errors/typos, and obsolete, outdated or incorrect information on our web site. Please send us an email if you see any mistakes.

 

Leon Mege Custom work order placement

The customer has the right to examine the goods upon reception, and has 10 days in which to notify Leon Mege Inc. of any claim for damages based on the condition, grade, or quality of the goods.

Such notice must specify in detail the particulars of the claim.  Failure to provide such notice within the requisite time period constitutes irrevocable acceptance of the goods.

In no event shall Leon Megé Inc. be liable for any indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of a customer's purchase or use of any product or service, even if Leon Megé Inc. has advance notice of the possibility of such damages.

Because of their intended usage, Leon Megé Inc. makes no warranties whatsoever, expressed or implied, written or oral, to purchasers of their products regarding performance, safety, fit, merchantability, or length of service.

Purchasers are responsible for selection of proper goods.

They must rely on their own skills or judgment that such goods are suitable for purchaser's application.

Purchase order

leon mege inspecting wiork order

A Purchase order is the main document describing all costs, terms and conditions of the sale.

A Purchase Order will supersede a Work Order, regardless of the order in which they were drafted.

Work order

A Work Order is a supplement to a Purchase Order. It is drafted in order to provide more detailed description of the design and it's technical specifications if necessary.

It is drafted in a situation when the total cost of the commission can not be calculated in advance or when the charges billed involve labor only.

The production officially starts on the day the signed WO is received.In case the customer decides to abandon the project, he or she is responsible for the full amount of the commission regardless of the percentage of completion.

Unless explicitly described in the Work Order,the execution of every aspect of the design must be left to Leon Megé’s sole discretion as an artist.

Leon Mege  order, contract and deposit

The work starts on the date the signed WO is received. Due to the unpredictable nature of custom work, a deadline cannot be guaranteed. To be sure that the finished piece can be delivered before your deadline please confirm with us prior to ordering.

In most cases we are able to provide assurances.The failure to complete the transaction will result in cancellation of an order and our refusal to engage in any kind of future transactions with the client. Any future online purchases by the client will be denied and any communications will be ignored.

Payment responsibility

Once the Purchase or Work Order is signed it becomes a mutually binding agreement that cannot be revised or cancelled under any circumstances.

A payment must be received within one business day of the Purchase Order issue. The terms of sale will be honored for one business day unless an agreement to extend the terms is reached. An oral or written notification is required in order to get the extension.

Leon Mege reserves the right not to allow the extension for any reason.

Under the United States Copyright Act of 1976 Leon Megé Inc. retains all rights to all patterns, concepts, engineering techniques and processes, designs, directions, drawings, models, prototypes, computer data, et al unless specifically released in writing.

Copyright sealThey are held to Leon Megé, Inc. rights conventions of National Patent, Trademark and Copyright laws and are the property of Leon Mege, Inc.Leon Mege work is guaranteed for life.

Proper care must be exercised by the consumer to display, handle, wear, store and clean the jewelry . Any damages caused by everyday wear and tear are not covered by the manufacturer's warranty.