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Shipping & Delivery

Rates & Policies 
Woodlore can ship your order to almost any address in the world, and rates depend on the weight and destination of your purchase. Our recommended shipping option is FedEx for domestic and international orders. Below you'll find information on transit times, restrictions and custom laws.

Shipments going to a P. O. Box address have to ship via U. S. Postal Service and will take two to eight days (Monday through Saturday) depending on the destination of your order.

When Your Order Will Ship 
We typically ship in-stock items within two business days after receiving your order. (Business days are Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.) Custom-engraved and personalized items usually ship within 10 business days. We carefully pack and ship all products directly from our factory.

Available Fedex Shipping Options

You may choose from the following shipping options during check-out, at which time charges will be calculated. Orders ship from Port Washington, Wisconsin.

  • FedEx (Ground Home Delivery)

  • FedEx (Express Saver)

  • FedEx (2-day)

  • FedEx (Standard Overnight)

Estimated Fedex Ground Service Transit Time
United States shown below. For transit time to Canada, consult https://www.fedex.com/en-us/shipping/international-ground-canada.html.

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International Shipping
For international shipping rates, please call 262-235-6343 or e-mail us at online@woodlore.com. International orders may be subject to import duties and taxes, which are levied once the package reaches your country. Additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by you; we have no control over these charges and cannot predict what they may be. Customs policies vary widely from country to country; you should contact your local customs office for further information.

Additionally, when ordering outside the United States, you are considered the importer of record and must comply with all laws and regulations of the country in which you are receiving the goods.