H: 44" W: 56"
KRB offers shipping of smaller items such as accessories, fine art, lampshades, table lamps and occasional tables via UPS Ground within the United States. Shipping costs are calculated at checkout, and include full value insurance. If you require overnight shipping, please select UPS Next Day.
Please allow 2-3 business days for your order to be processed. You will receive a confirmation email with tracking once your items have been fragile packed and are ready to dispatch.
To arrange shipping for larger pieces of art and furniture please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to provide you with a list of recommended shippers and/or white glove moving companies that service your region. Purchases may also be collected during store hours, Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm.
Please give us a minimum of 24 hours notice to prepare your order.
All sales are final. In the event that you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, returns are accepted on eligible items for store credit only within 14 business days of the invoice date, and must be accompanied by a receipt. Credit is good for one year from date of issue. *All packaging must remain intact and must be documented for shipping insurance claims. We do not charge restocking fees: however, you will be responsible for return shipping costs. To initiate a return of any item that arrives damaged, please contact us at email@example.com.
The following items are not eligible for return: Fine Art, Soft Goods (lampshades, pillows, throws), Lacquer Furniture, Antiques, Vintage Furniture, Sale Items.
All merchandise sold in “as is” condition.
Returns, exchanges, and cancellations are not accepted on special orders.
H: 44" W: 56"
Dale Goffigon’s body of work consists largely of gardens, historic architecture and interiors. She works with a medium format Hasselblad and prints the images with a master printer using an archival pigment process.
Born on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Goffigon received a B.S. from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. She studied photography at The Parsons School of Design, The International Center of Photography in New York, The Maine Photographic Workshop and the Center for Alternative Processes.