Free delivery on all orders - Our items are produced in the EU so UK orders over £135 will be liable for tax and duties, see shipping details for more info .


All our products are made to order in The USA and the EU

To reduce wastage and to protect the planet, your individual order will be made for you especially. We take about 2-9 business days to create each order. Then you should add shipping times on top of that. We aim to be as fast as possible and we pick delivery partners that share that goal. The shipping is free!

We don't ship to some countries because of legal restrictions or shipping carrier limitations.

For now, mini mccall doesn't ship orders to Crimea, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Syria and North Korea. This list may change periodically.

We ship internationally to all other countries!

UK Customers

Tax and duty 
You’ll be contacted by Royal Mail, Parcelforce or the courier company if you need to pay any VAT, duty or delivery charges (‘handling fees’) to receive your goods.

They’ll send you a bill stating exactly which fees you need to pay.

They’ll normally hold your parcel for about 3 weeks. If you have not paid the bill by then, your parcel will be returned to the sender.

You will not have to pay anything to the delivery company to receive goods worth less than £135

Customs Duty
You’ll be charged Customs Duty on all goods sent from outside the UK (or the UK and the EU if you’re in Northern Ireland) if they’re worth more than £135
If you’re charged Customs Duty, you’ll need to pay it on both:

the price paid for the goods
postage, packaging and insurance

International Customers

Shipping costs apply, unless otherwise stated. Costs may be subject to, but not limited to: VAT, import duties and/or taxes, which are levied once the package reaches the destination country. mini mccall does not collect any VAT, import duties and/or taxes on orders to countries outside the UK. This is a fee levied and collected by your local government. For more information regarding additional fees levied by your local government, we suggest that you contact your local customs office.