Have you found the perfect piece, but it’s a little out of your price range?
At Antique Jewellery Online we want everyone to be able to afford the piece that’s right for them.
We offer interest free layaway options to suit you. If you’re struggling to pay all at once we can help with a variety of options to make things easier.
We can arrange for regular payments over a period of up to 12 months, and you’ll pay the same as if you’d bought it all at once.
For just a 20% deposit you can own a beautiful historic piece that’s perfect for you or that special someone.
Use our calculator to find the option that best suits you.
If you’d like to discuss your layaway in more detail please feel free to give us a call on +44 (0) 333 700 4500 or email us at email@example.com
There is no minimum purchase price. Discount codes or promotions can be applied to layaway items. The minimum deposit is 20% of the item’s value, although larger amounts can be chosen. Balance is divided between regular monthly payments, up to 12 months maximum. The piece will be reserved and stored until the last payment is received.
For international orders all prices quoted are in GBP (£). Please note that your exchange rate as determined by your bank can change over the course of the plan, which will affect conversion to your local currency.
We offer the same refund/exchange reassurance with our layaway items as with any other in our collection. If an order is cancelled over one week after the deposit is paid all payments will be returned less a 15% administrative fee to the selling price to cover the cost of relisting the piece.
Laurelle Limited t/a Antique Jewellery is registered in England and Wales No.04542677. We are a credit broker and not a lender. We offer credit products from Klarna and Duologi. Laurelle Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority FRN 917853. Credit subject to age and status.
You can view our Finance Complaint Procedure here.
Please note that up to 12 months interest-free 0% finance is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Any late or missed repayment may have serious consequences and your credit rating may be affected which could make it more difficult to obtain credit in the future.