Shipping

March 25, 2020 - Update:

Things have been changing rapidly over the last few weeks and we have tried our best to keep our service disruptions to a minimum while keeping team KESHI safe and doing our bit to #flattenthecurve.

As of this morning, Tuesday March 24th, the state of New Mexico has instituted a public health order which requires a temporary shutdown of all non-essential businesses and for all residents to stay at home.  

We are doing our best to channel turtle energy, going with the flow, adjusting and adapting daily.  

We don’t yet know how long this will be for - we will reassess the situation again in mid-April.  

If you have ordered from us in the last day or so, your order should be on its way to you.  Orders placed from this point on will be processed as quickly as possible but please understand that there will be some delays in receiving your order.  We will continue to be in contact with you as orders are placed so that you are able to shop with certainty.  

 

Best pricing will dictate shipping with either UPS or USPS at the time of order processing.  Packages to Alaska and Hawaii will be sent via USPS Priority mail.

International rates are available via USPS only.  International customers are responsible for paying any taxes and duties that might be assessed at the border. Please check with your local customs or postal authority regarding shipments from the US to your country for specific information regarding such charges. The buyer can also expect occasional time delays at customs.

Domestic Next Day and 2nd Day shipments can also be accommodated.  Actual shipping charges based on package size and destination will be added to the order.  Please note in the comments field at checkout if you desire Next Day or 2nd Day shipping.

Certain items will require additional shipping charges due to weight or fragility, for instance, some pottery, katsinas, and bronze work.

KESHi will not be responsible for delivery delays due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our reasonable control, such as delays due to severe weather, and shipping carrier delays.