Ceramic Care

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All of Hilary's designs are made with stoneware clay and fired to a vitreous temperature.

All tableware pieces are dishwasher safe, microwave safe and food safe.

All vessels and sculptural works should be handled with care. Vessels are all water tight unless stated as dry arrangement pieces. 

All candleholders are made to fit standard dinner candles. Please use caution when lighting and securing candles in holders. Never leave candles unattended.

To clean wax off pieces or general cleaning, run the piece under hot water and use a gentle soap. Wax on candle holders can be melted with tepid hot water. Place piece in the sink and slowly pour the water over. Handle with care.

Returns Policy

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All pieces will be accepted for return within a week of arriving with full refund provided. If a piece is broken due to posting please email Hilary (hello@hilary-green.com) and she will either arrange for a refund.

Shipping / Handling

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AusPost is the carrier of your parcels. Hilary is one person so in busy periods may take 3 business days to process and post your order. You can contact Hilary if you need your order by a certain date and express delivery and faster processing can be arranged.

You will receive a tracking number and email confirmation for all deliveries.

Contactless Pick Up

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Hilary is based in Naarm /Melbourne (Australia) and as she wants to minimise postal traffic as well as allow you to receive your pieces faster and safer.  At checkout you may select 'pick up' and Hilary will arrange a time for you to collect from her Brunswick Studio. 

Where can I find Hilary Green pieces in Australia?

Please see a list of current Stockists here.

Does Hilary give Clay Workshops?

Yes! Hilary has a limited number of online workshops here as well as upcoming in person workshops at Bisque Studios Northcote.

 

Subscribe to the newsletter below to receive first notice when they are live. 

If you want to enquire about online workshops or collaborations just send an email to hello@hilary-green.com

Respect is given to the Traditional Custodians of the Land in which all clay is taken. This ancient art could not survive without it. Hilary acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waterways in the area she creates and pays respect to their Elders past, present, and emerging, as well as to all First Nations’ communities.

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