Taxes and customs

When goods are not shipped domestically (within your country) or within a single customs union, such as the European Union, customs fees may apply.

The customs duty or tariff is a tax levied on goods to be imported as soon as they cross the border into the other country.

Customs duties are calculated according to the value of the shipment as declared on the packing slip, the insurance costs and a percentage of the transportation cost. Together, these elements represent the declared value for customs purposes. This value must then be multiplied by the rate of duty, based on the product code assigned to the goods by the shipper.

Import fees and customs duties are not included in the final total of your order. On Dallanges Gallery site you will pay the price of the artwork as well as the shipping costs.

We not able to calculate customs fees beforehand, as these are charged directly by the shipping company once the artwork has reached the destination country.