Terms of Sales:
The general conditions of sale described below detail the rights and obligations of Hirsch Antiquités ("HA") and of its clients within the framework of the sale of antiques or the provision of services.
Any commercial service performed by Hirsch Antiquités therefore implies the buyer's unreserved acceptance of these general conditions of sale.
The products sold by Hirsch Antiquités are antiques, for the most part unique and rare: available in a single copy, they cannot be replaced or exchanged. A description as precise as possible and many photos are available on the site for each product: the buyer must read it before placing his order.
In addition, old objects may contain traces of time: imperfections linked to non-industrial manufacturing methods, small scratches, wear. Any order assumes full awareness of the purchaser of the necessary existence of these marks of authenticity or seniority.
Likewise, any order assumes full awareness of the purchaser of the need for use that respects the age of the item ordered. Hirsch Antiquités cannot be held responsible for damage subsequent to delivery.
The prices of the products and services sold are those in effect on the day the order is taken. The selling price of objects as communicated on the website may be increased:
Shipping costs indicated on the product sheet on our website, unless agreed by Hirsch Antiquités with the buyer
· Possibly additional costs linked to the means of payment chosen by the buyer. The prices are given in euros all taxes included.
Payment of the order can be made:
- Wire Transfer
- by cheque
- by credit card
- by Paypal, with additional costs communicated to the buyer before the validation of the order
Full payment must be received by Hirsch Antiquités before any shipment.
In the event of default or delay in payment of one week from the payment terms negotiated with the purchaser, Hirsch Antiquités reserves the right to put the item (s) back on sale.
IV. Retention of title
Hirsch Antiquités retains ownership of the goods sold until full payment of the price.
The delivery of the products can be carried out according to the agreement concluded between the purchaser and Hirsch Antiquités:
In person with a deadline defined with the buyer
By post for small items - shipment within 72 hours outside closing periods
By Chronopost for small items with a value> € 1,500 - shipment within 72 hours outside closing periods
· By carrier - shipment carried out by our service providers depending on the buyer's availability. In the event of delivery by carrier, Hirsch Antiquités can offer delivery solutions, but will not be able to guarantee the delivery time: in the event of delay by the carrier, Hirsch Antiquités will inform the buyer; in the event of the absence of the buyer on a scheduled delivery window, any additional costs will have to be borne by the buyer.
Hirsch Antiquités undertakes to take the greatest care in the packaging of objects. The risk associated with transport is entirely borne by the buyer, except for proven negligence on the part of Hirsch Antiquités.
VI. Right to retract
For any online purchase, the customer has a right of withdrawal of 14 days from receipt of his order, without having to justify any reason. In the event of withdrawal:
Hirsch Antiquités will reimburse only the price of the object (the outward transport costs, if they have been borne by Hirsch Antiquités, will not be reimbursed)
The return shipping costs will be borne by the buyer
· Any deterioration on the returned item will be assessed, and will be subject to a deduction from the amount of the refund. The deduction may go up to the full amount of the object
The reimbursement of the object will be made within 48 hours of its receipt by Hirsch Antiquités
Beyond the 14-day period, no withdrawal will be allowed.
VII. Force majeure
The responsibility of Hirsch Antiquités cannot be implemented if the non-performance or the delay in the performance of one of its obligations described in these general conditions of sale results from a case of force majeure. As such, force majeure means any external, unforeseeable and irresistible event within the meaning of article 1148 of the Civil Code.
VIII. Customs duty
Any customs duties are the responsibility of the Buyer
IX. Court of competent jurisdiction
Any dispute relating to the interpretation and execution of these general conditions of sale is subject to French law. In the absence of an amicable resolution, the dispute will be brought before the Paris Commercial Court.