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  • Do you ship outside of the United States of America?
    We ship to Canada, Australia, the UK, Ireland, and most of Europe. VAT and duty fees are due for most of these international shipments. We use Global Post International for our international shipments.
  • I love your pressings! Do you sell the pattern plates for these pressing? If so, how much?"
    We sell 3" X 3" Rolling Mill Component Dies that can be used in most Pepe and Durston rolling mills. We do not sell our stock 4" and 6" pattern plates. These sizes are available as pattern pressings in Copper, Brass, and Sterling Silver metal.
  • I live near you, can I pick up my order?"
    Not currently.
  • I placed an order, but I forgot to add a pressing I want! If I place a second order could you combine the shipping?"
    If you place your order the same day we can definitely put both orders together and combine shipping if they fit in the same box! If you place a second order the following day, just give us a call to let us know and we will definitely put the orders together if we haven’t mailed the first one yet!
  • How many days will it take to process my order?
    We try to get orders in the mail within 5 business days, but it could be up to 10 to 14 business days depending on the number of orders we receive.
  • What if I accidentally order the wrong pressing, can I send it back for a refund?"
    Our policy is not to do refunds because you would have to pay shipping to mail it back to us and then pay for shipping again for a new item. We ask that you check you order carefully before you complete your order to make sure you have everything you need.
  • My order got lost in the mail – can you help me?
    We insure our packages using a 3rd Party Postal Insurance. Contact us when your package is undelivered after 30 days. The claim process for a lost package requires that 30 days has occurred before opening a lost package claim.
  • Why do your plates and pressings have tiny striations in the background?
    The striations are due to the manufacturing process of the tool steel. The striations are the actual grain of the steel and is almost impossible to remove or smooth. We have tried sanding, burnishing, and even acid washing and etching to get a smooth surface, and no matter we’ve tried, the striations still show up in places. Instead of trying to change it, we embraced it as a design element. We love the rustic texture it adds to our designs that is similar to a silk fabric texture which provides an excellent surface for adding patina like Liver of Sulfur or enamels.
  • How many times can I run your pressings through my rolling mill?
    Our pressings aren’t meant to be used as texture plates, they are for jewelry making. You can buy a texture plate from Roberta at Oregon Trail Silver. She has lots of really nice patterns.
  • Why are there dark areas on your pressings photos?
    The metal is highly reflective and the dark areas you see on our photos are the surface reflection of our camera.
  • How do I add items to a wishlist?
    We have made it easy to create a wishlist of your favorites! To create a wishlist, you must first create an account or login in to your account. 1) To create an account, click on the Log In Icon at the top of the Metal Maven pages. A Sign Up page will appear. You can use Facebook, Google, or your email account to create an account on Metal Maven. 2) If you already have an account on Metal Maven, click on the Log In Icon at the top of the Metal Maven pages and then click on the Log In link next to the Already a member question. Next, type in your account member name and password. 3) Once you are logged in, a heart icon will appear on a product when you are using a mobile device and next to the Add to Cart button when you are using a desktop, laptop, and iPad device. 4) Click on the heart icon. This adds this item to your wishlist. To see the items on your wishlist, just click on the red heart at the top of the page. You have to be logged-in to Metal Maven account to see your accumulated wishlist.
  • Can you explain the gauges...  is that for the thickness of your metal or the metal that would go through the mill?
    The metal gauges we list as options for the pressings on our website are the gauges of the pieces of sheet copper or sterling silver that we start with before we roll them through the mill with our stock plates. Thicker gauges like 18 and 16 are used for bracelets and belt buckles, while thinner gauges like 20, 22, or 24 are used for pendants, earrings, or other types of components. Most people like the thinner gauges for earrings because they weigh less and are more comfortable to wear.
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