Frequently Asked Questions


If you have a question that is not addressed in this FAQ, please do not hesitate to contact me, and I will get back to you as quickly as possible.


What form of currency do you take?

All items are listed in USD. We are happy to accept all major credit cards as well as PayPal.


How are the Wall Sconces attached to the wall?

Each Wall Sconce comes with a Brass Plated Nail to easily affix the sconce to your wall. The himmeli are extremely lightweight, since they are made with 100% brass, and you will not need to have an anchor or a dry wall screw to accompany the piece.

Simply tap the nail into the wall and hang your beautiful new wall sconce from the nail.

If you live in an apartment and are not allowed to make hols in your walls, or have brick or plaster walls and you would like to purchase a Mark Less Clip instead of a nail, you can do so here: Mark Less Clips.


What is the difference between a Tie Tack Back and a Rubber Clutch back for the pins?

The Rubber Clutch Back is made out of 100% rubber. It is a great option if you plan on wearing the pin on a T-shirt, or a hat. It is pretty secure, easy to use, and an excellent option for children.

The Tie Tack Back is brass plated. It is an incredibly secure option, and perfect if you want to wear your pin on your Jacket or a bag. It is a high-end option that is great if you are concerned about losing your pin as you wear it.

TIPS ON REMOVING THE TIE TACK BACK: First follow the instructions on the back of the card that your pin arrived on. This will work 99% of the time. It does occasionally stick, and may still be difficult to remove, and needs to be reset before you try to lift the flat part away. You can "reset" it by compressing the Tie Tack back onto the pin until it is as compact as possible. And when you're lifting by the flat brim, try to twist your hand as well, like you're removing a cork from a bottle.


How do you open the brass mister to refill it?

While it does appear to be pretty seamless, the brass plant mister is quite easy to open. Please use this handy guide to to learn how.

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