Sam agus Nessa - Elephant in the Room Clock
Sam agus Nessa - Elephant in the Room Clock

Sam agus Nessa - Elephant in the Room Clock

Regular price
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Sale price
€55.00
Tax included.

Elephant in the Room is a quirky clock that can be wall mounted or free standing. Made from locally sourced Irish timber and hand crafted in their Kildare workshop, Elephant in the Room is a unique addition to any room by award winning Irish company Sam agus Nessa.

​Inspired by the Irish vernacular and observing the world around them, they design and make expressive, functional furniture and home wares, from locally sourced Irish timber. Each piece is made by hand in their workshop and is designed to be practical but most importantly to make you smile.

DELIVERY & RETURNS+-

Standard Delivery €8

Our standard service is delivered within 2-3 working days.

For more information on our delivery service please read our full details on Delivery & Order Tracking.

Returns

If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, we have ensured our returns & refunds process is simple and free of charge. Please read full details of the Westport Design Returns & Refunds process should you need further information

Postal Returns

To return items by post please use the prepaid postage label attached to your dispatch invoice.

Store Returns

You can also return products to our Westport Design store along with the order confirmation email and dispatch invoice. Please also note items must be returned within the 14 day timeframe and be in a saleable condition.

Click & Collect+-

Convenient and complimentary, order online and collect from your nearest store. Westport Design Click & Collect is a complimentary service which enables you to place an order online and collect from your nearest store.

Your Click & Collect order will take 3-4 working days to arrive at your selected store. Click & Collect is available at Westport Design, Bridge St, Westport, Co Mayo. For more information on our Click & Collect service please read our FAQs here.