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Postage

UK POSTAGE:

All orders are sent by Royal Mail recorded delivery & will need a signature on arrival.Our postage is based on weight with the following

Postage rating :

* - £3.50
** - £5.00
*** - £6.50
**** - £8.00
***** - £10.50

Combined postage : The product with the highest postage amount will be used first & then the second amount for all additional products paid for in a single transaction.

Combined postage rating :

* - £1.50
** - £3.00
*** - £4.50
**** - £6.00
***** - £8.50

WORLDWIDE POSTAGE:

All orders are sent by Royal Mail International Signed For & will need a signature on arrival.Our postage is based on weight with the following

Postage rating :

* - £8.00
** - £9.00
*** - £9.50
**** - £12.00
***** - £17.00
****** - £30.00

Combined postage : The product with the highest postage amount will be used first & then the second amount for all additional products paid for in a single transaction.

Combined postage rating :

* - £6.00
** - £7.00
*** - £7.50
**** - 10.00
***** - £15.00
****** - £30.00


When will my order arrive?


All items purchased are usually dispatched within 2- 4 working days Monday - Friday with the exception of weekends, bank holidays, Christmas & New Year; these are sent as soon as possible after the holiday period.

Your order will usually arrive between 7-14 days UK & 7-21 days Worldwide, after payment. This time does not include weekends & may take longer over bank holidays, Christmas & New Year.

If your order has not been received, once this time has passed, please contact us. Please quote the name and address that is on the Paypal invoice & we will then check your parcels reference number with royal mail’s track and trace.


What forms of payment do you accept?

We gladly accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or regular account payments all through PayPal.



What cards does Paypal accept?
PayPal accepts the following cards: Visa / Delta / Electron Mastercard / Eurocard PayPal Credit Card PayPal Top Up Card Switch / Maestro Solo American Express Debit cards (also known as echeque cards or bank cards) are accepted if they have a Via or MasterCard logo.

How secure is Delilah Vintage?

Delilah Vintage uses PayPal for payments, and PayPal automatically encrypts your confidential information in transit from your computer to ours using the Secure Sockets Layer protocol (SSL) with an encryption key length of 128-bits (the highest level commercially available).

Do I need a PayPal account to purchase from Delilah Vintage?

No, you are not required to have a PayPal account to purchase from Delilah Vintage. Although if you already have a PayPal account you may use it.

Can I pay in Euros, Dollars etc?
Yes! Just click on to buy in the usual way & paypal will automatically convert your currency when you checkout.

The item is no longer listed. Will you restock?

Most of our products are one off's so it is unlikely to be re-listed.



What is the difference between JAJ Pyrex and ARC?

A brief history:

Corning Glass Works produced the first light bulb for Thomas Edison in 1879.

They developed this heat resistant borosilicate glass, to withstand extremely high or low temperatures, for use in rail road signal lanterns for the American Railway Company in 1912. As an experiment, Corning research physician James Littleton asked his wife to bake a cake in an adapted base of a glass lamp. She did. The glass withstood the heat of the oven and the cake was perfectly cooked. The first bakeware item made of glass was born. Pyrex launched its first product in 1915, a pie dish which sold for $0.69.

James A Jobling acquired the rights, from Corning, to produce Pyrex in Sunderland in 1922. His initials stamp JAJ along with the Crown symbol means that the Pyrex that was made in England. It is also sometimes referred to as “Crown” Pyrex.

After 85 years, the production of Pyrex at the Sunderland plant ended in September 2007. ARC International, who owned the plant, decided to move production to France.

Today Arc International licenses the Pyrex brand of cookware for sale in the European Union.







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