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Thread: Bronze stock and custom orders

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    Default Bronze stock and custom orders

    Thinking of stocking shop with bronze and cz - then taking orders in precious metals / diamond etc...

    Trying to find the correct wording to help customers understand the concept and satisfy trading standards ?

    Ultimately looking to reduce insurance and theft.

    TIA,
    Keith

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    So you have display models in non-precious metals, but make to order in precious? Sounds pretty standard - much the same as the wedding ring sets you can buy in silver, but order as & when needed in gold & platinum?
    Display models are not for sale?
    Which bit are you worried about upsetting TS over?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps_bond View Post
    So you have display models in non-precious metals, but make to order in precious? Sounds pretty standard - much the same as the wedding ring sets you can buy in silver, but order as & when needed in gold & platinum?
    Display models are not for sale?
    Which bit are you worried about upsetting TS over?
    Thanks Peter,

    My concerns are if the items are priced in the window whether this constitutes an offer of sale eg.. 9ct 200

    Keith

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    Ah, gotcha. "Available in Platinum from..." ?

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    Asked a lawyer...

    If it's labelled as a display model and not for sale then there's no invitation to treat.

    (* Does not constitute formal legal advice; no liability implicit or explicit, if you need liability ask a lawyer in exchange for money )

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps_bond View Post
    Asked a lawyer...

    If it's labelled as a display model and not for sale then there's no invitation to treat.

    (* Does not constitute formal legal advice; no liability implicit or explicit, if you need liability ask a lawyer in exchange for money )
    Would an asterisk next to the price - then a sign in the window explaining the asterisk as a display model also work ?

    Thanks,

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    I'd have thought (never wise) that anything that indicates that *that* ring is not the one being offered for sale would be more than adequate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps_bond View Post
    Asked a lawyer...

    If it's labelled as a display model and not for sale then there's no invitation to treat.

    (* Does not constitute formal legal advice; no liability implicit or explicit, if you need liability ask a lawyer in exchange for money )
    Thanks Peter, great help.

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