Do I need to set up an account in order to make a purchase?

Yes, in order to make a purchase you are required to set up an Kings Wood Art  account with an email address and password. Through your Kings Wood Art  account, you will be able to easily track the status of your order. If you have not already created an account, you will be prompted to do so upon checkout.

How do I make a purchase?

Kings Wood Art  is a fully transactional ecommerce platform. Unless indicated as “Sold Out” or "Please Call For Price," all items on the site are for sale and available to purchase directly through the site. To make a purchase, visit the detail page for the item you wish to buy and click “Add to Cart.” You can access Your Cart at any time by clicking the Cart page link, which is located in the site header. From the Cart page, you can continue the checkout process by selecting your preferred payment method. If you are not signed in to Kings Wood Art upon purchase, you will be prompted either to do so or to create an Kings Wood Art  account if you are not already registered.

What payment methods does Kings Wood Art accept?

Kings Wood Art’s online checkout system accepts credit cards including American Express, Visa, and Mastercard. If you prefer to pay by wire transfer or check, please contact Customer Service at 732.328.2255 or send us an email for wiring information.

How is tax calculated on my purchase?

All shipping costs and applicable taxes and duties will be added to your order upon checkout. These fees are dependent on your shipping address. Within the United States, sales tax will be added to orders shipping to New Jersey only, per American online sales tax rules. For a shipping address outside of the United States, duties and taxes are the responsibility of the buyer in adherence to the country’s current rates.



How are shipping costs determined?

Shipping costs are determined based on the price, dimensions, and weight of the item purchased, as well as by the item’s origin and the shipping destination. Shipping costs include all packaging, handling, and insurance fees. 

When will my order ship and be delivered?

Processing and shipping times vary according to the purchased item, its origin, and the shipping destination. Most orders are processed and shipped within 10 to 14 business days. However, some items may be processed faster, while others might take more time, particularly if they require special packaging or handling.When your order ships, you will receive a shipment confirmation email with a tracking number. You can check the status of your package and the estimated delivery date online by using the tracking number.

Do I need to sign for my package upon delivery?

Yes, for all packages over $1000.00, and ALL international orders must be accepted and signed for upon delivery. Due to the valuable nature of some artworks and design objects, Kings Wood Art packages should not be left unattended.



What is a limited edition artwork?

Fine art editions offer an affordable and accessible way to build an art collection. Editioned artworks can vary in medium (from prints and sculptures, for example) and are produced at one time by the artist in a limited number. Each piece is signed and numbered. No additional artworks are ever produced beyond the determined edition number, which is why they remain valuable investment opportunities.

What is an Edition on Canvas and Fine Art Print by Kings Wood Art?

A Kings Wood Art Edition is a limited edition artwork produced and sold exclusively by Kings Wood Art. Our curators and production team members work closely with hand-picked artists to realize these editions. They are an affordable but nonetheless beautiful option for those not ready to make a huge investment. Kings Wood Art  Editions are distinguished on the site in the decor section of our website.

What is a print?

Printmaking is an umbrella term for a variety of fine art techniques that involve producing an artwork in multiples. These include various methods developed throughout the course of art history—from traditions such as etching, woodcut printing, and lithography to more recent advances like digital printing—all of which are derived from the same concept: the artist transfers an image of his or her own design from a source (a metal, wood, or stone plate, for example) to paper, fabric, or the like. 


What does "embellished" or "hand-embellished" mean?

The word "embellish"  is "to make beautiful by ornamentation, to adorn or to add fanciful details to."  When we’re talking about art on canvas, embellishing refers to painting over areas of the image to enhance color and/or to add brush strokes to the finished work.  Embellishing techniques are as unique as the artist themselves - some use oil paints while others use clear gesso, some have a great deal of texture while others apply a thin layer of paint. In either case, the canvas has more texture and dimension when it is embellished and looks more like an original. And both serigraphs and giclees can be embellished.Since embellished canvases involve greater involvement on the part of the artist than an unembellished one, art lovers can get a step closer to an original at a fraction of the cost. Embellished editions are usually considerably smaller than the regular edition and a lit bit more expensive.  The late artist, Pino, for example, had 295 in his regular edition for his limited edition giclees and only 95 in his embellished edition. The more limited supply and increased demand make for a more collectible piece of art.