Oops: Occasionally errors occur when entering an item description and/or price. There may also be times when an item listed for sale online has actually been sold in the physical store, and not yet marked as such. If a mistake has been made, we will contact you to provide an alternative item or refund. Unfortunately, we cannot honor listings with incorrect prices.
Product Damages & Flaws: We work with independent artists and artisans that are creating work by hand. What may be considered damaged or flawed to some, may actually be intentional to the work. There are however, times when, for instance – the occasional piece of pottery might have a hairline crack (due to a bad batch of clay, etc) that may not be visible – until you pour liquid into the item and it leaks or breaks. We will be happy to provide a replacement or store credit if you find this happens within the first three months purchase, if accompanied by a receipt. Items damaged from use, general wear and tear, cannot be returned.
Art Appraisals & Selling/Consigning: Lark & Key is a retail art gallery working directly with independent artists. We do not purchase or consign artwork from individuals looking to sell pieces from their collection or offer art appraisals.
Artist Submissions: We are happy to accept submissions, but please review our products first to make sure your work fits the mediums represented and aesthetic. Email your information (introduction, medium, price range) and a few photos or website link to firstname.lastname@example.org. Lark & Key will not respond to submissions (unless we are interested) or grant walk-in requests.
Payment Plans: For certain items we are happy to work with the you to set up a payment plan. Please contact the gallery for full details.
Use of Website Images: Photographs and graphics on this website are the exclusive copyrighted property of Lark & Key, LLC. and/or of the individual artists we represent, used by Lark & Key for promotional purposes. Images may not be modified. If you are sharing images via blogs and various social media sites, please give credit where it is due by including a link to the original source where the visual lives and including the name (Gallery & Artist) in the text.