Our highly anticipated annual Black Friday Sale is back, and we dare say it's foxing fantastic!
Follow the link below to shop everything on sale in the Black Friday collection with prices as marked. And don’t worry about ‘scroll fatigue’ because we’ve set up filters enabling you to look at designs according to their product type! Want to browse brooches alone? No problem. Plan on perusing pins? We got you. Eager to explore earrings? Make the selection! You get the point 😉
Shop now and don’t delay because, as they say, the sleeping fox catches no poultry!
SHOP BLACK FRIDAY
The ‘Black Friday’ sale starts 10:00am (AEDT) Wednesday 23rd November 2022 and ends 03:00pm (AEDT) Monday 28th November 2022
The Black Friday 30% discount offer will be automatically applied to selected products only, listed in the ‘BLACK FRIDAY’ collection online. The 30% discount excludes all products not featured in this collection, including but not limited to all designs released after 1st October 2022, Heirloom Collection plus all Lucky Dip products, essential earrings, gift cards/vouchers and gift boxes. The 30% discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion, including any discount codes.
The Black Friday Bonus Gift ‘Felix the Fennec Fox Brooch’ applies to all qualifying orders over $100 AUD in a single transaction, from 10:00am (AEDT) Wednesday 23rd November 2022 available strictly while stocks last. Digital and physical gift cards are excluded from the qualifying $100 AUD spend. The bonus gift will automatically add to cart for all qualifying orders. Limit 1 x bonus gift per customer. If returning an item brings your order total below $100 AUD, you will be required to return the bonus gift brooch as well. Should any gift with purchase units remain in stock for any reason after the announcement of the end of the offer, these pieces will be added to Lucky Dip stock.
Please note that for many of our ‘Felix the Fennec Fox’ brooches, a small bump is visible in the black inking of the tail, under certain lighting. This is not a fault but simply the point where the last drop of ink was applied, leaving a tiny area slightly raised.