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Nkuku Drop Mazi Bauble in Antique Silver

£5.00

We currently have 13 in stock.

The Drop Mazi Bauble from Nkuku is an enchanting addition to any seasonal display. The bauble has an attractive aged silver finish that resembles mercury. The traditional glass bauble come in a round or tear drop shaped and is finished with a decorative ribbons. The aged silver colour sparkles in the light and the pretty shapes and striking finishes will look stunning on your tree.

  • Tear Drop Bauble
  • 9 x 6 cm

Delivery Policy

We will make every effort to ensure your purchase gets to you quickly and safely. Please note there may be some delay to our usual service due to COVID-19.

How long will my order take to arrive?

Delivery times depend on the type of delivery selected. Store collection takes 1 to 2 working days. Standard deliveries within the UK take 3 to 5 working days. Express courier deliveries within the UK take 1 to 3 working days. Deliveries to EU countries take 4 to 7 working days. Deliveries to Non-EU countries take up to 10 working days.

How much do I pay for delivery service?

Collect from Bristol store – FREE Standard delivery (UK) – £5.00 (FREE for orders over £100) Express DHL courier delivery (UK) – £6.95 Courier delivery (EU) – £12.95 Courier delivery (Non-EU) – £24.95 Homeware large item delivery (UK only) – £24.95

Returns Policy

With Maze's returns promise, you have 14 days (7 days for special offers or sale items) from receiving your order, to let us know you're returning your item(s)

1. Let us know at info@mazeclothing.co.uk that you wish to return an item(s).

2. Enclose the form with the returned item(s) and send them back to us - we recommend sending your item recorded delivery just in case anything goes missing.

For more information please refer to our Returns page.

Extended Christmas Return

Orders placed between 1st December 2019 to 20th December 2019 will be eligible for a refund up to 14th January 2020. * Please note that we ask for your order to be returned to head office by 14th January.