LOVE Frame Jaunty Angle
Treasure those you love in the love frame by Transomnia. Part of the wood range, this creative design has a glass heart photo holder with a natural wood and whitewash finish.
If you would like to return an unwanted or damaged item back to us please inform our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01494 790424 within 14 days of receiving the goods.
You will be asked to send the item back to us at the address below.
If the product has been damaged or received incorrectly you can download a free returns label to use however please inform the customer services team before doing so. If however you have decided to return an item as it is unwanted please send this back to us at your expense, keeping a proof of postage.
Please ensure they are returned in perfect condition and packaged securely, because you will only be eligible for a refund or replacement once we have received the goods and confirmed they are in a re-saleable condition.
In order to process your return please include the following information:
Your order number
- If you need a replacement or refund
- The reason for the return
- If the item is faulty please include exactly where the fault is on the item
All returns are processed within five working days of them being received and we will send you an email when we have processed your return and inform you of any refunds that have been processed. Please allow 1-5 working days for refunds to be processed back into your account.
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Wide-ranging, hand-made, much-loved... Transomnia is all of these and more, providing us with those little gifts that bring a touch of character and personality to any home. The idea was born in India, 1979, when a travelling Shane O’Mahony hit upon an idea. He began importing local gifts to the UK, and thus Transomnia’s affinity with hand-crafted giftware began. For the last thirty years (and more) Shane has been travelling regularly to small villages and towns throughout Asia, seeking out hidden treasures to bring back to England.
Throughout that time, Shane and his colleagues have stuck steadfastly to the principles they started with. They believe in building long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with the craftsmen and craftswomen with whom they work; indeed, they are currently buying products from a young man in Kashmir who is the son of Shane's very first supplier in 1979.
As a result, Transomnia's products are different – and special. Almost all of them are hand-made or hand-finished, and they combine the inspiration of the company's talented young designers with the traditional craft skills of artisans from all over Asia. The company have now moved to a bigger premises near Tunbridge Wells, Kent, and although the building may be thousands of miles away from India 1979, the same spirit lives on. We think you'll like them.