How to make your purchase from Number Seven Dulverton

The best way to make a purchase and the one we would most highly recommend is of course by visiting the shop in person where you may browse at your leisure and choose first hand. However this is not currently possible for all at present, so a parcel in the post maybe the only option...

'While I haven't actually visited the physical shop Jan via a phone call and Davina via an email have given me some of the best customer service I have had in a long time, not to mention a beautiful handmade product.'

To arrange your order email or call 01398 324457

Our opening times are Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 5pm


Payment can be made by calling the shop with your card details or by bank transfer if you prefer

A deposit will secure any item

Delivery rates vary according to stock purchased but as a general guide:

Books £3.00
Posters £5.00
Jewellery £7.00
Royal Mail Special Delivery
Small Parcel £12.00
Medium Parcel £18.00
Larger Parcels ie large clocks and unframed* prints £20.00 - 35.00
Please allow 3 - 5 days delivery
If you require a Saturday delivery this can be arranged but there is a surcharge of £5.00
Framed originals and prints that cannot be collected in person are delivered by Number Seven
or by our chosen specialist art courier.
Price and timescale depends on your location in the UK approx £50 - £100  

Returns: please note due to the nature of our stock, many items being one off art pieces,

we do not accept returns unless in exceptional circumstances or unless faulty


Ceramics are double boxed and packed with great care, fortunately breakages are very rare

but for very fragile items we highly recommend that customer collects.

*Do contact us if you require shipping outside of the UK
Payment can be made by international bank transfer and in some cases by card
originals and prints shipped internationally are sent unframed, packed well to ensure safe arrival and sent tracked
We can arrange insurance against LOSS ONLY at customer request
We do not currently deliver ceramics abroad, receiving a broken bowl, no matter how beautiful it once was is no fun...