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FAQ

How do I create an account?

Fill out your personal information and create a password on the “create an account” page. When you place your order your personal information will be used. If you need to change a shipping address you can do so during the checkout process.

Please note you do not have to create an account to place an order, but if you would like to track your orders through our site or use your coupon codes you will need to be logged in.

How do I update my profile?

Anytime you need to change or view your account information use the login button at the top right of the page. Enter your email address and password to log into your account. When you are logged in, click on “My Account” (located near the top right of the home page). From here you can make any changes required.

Additionally, while viewing your account profile you can:

  • View your past orders or service inquiries

  • Create a shipping address separate from your billing address

  • View your shopping cart

How do I view the status of my current or past orders?

To see your current or past orders, go to “My Account” and click on “Orders” This page will list all of the orders you have placed with us.

The last column of the list will inform you of the order's current status. If the order has shipped you may click on the status to view the tracking information regarding the order

How do I place an order?

If you would like to place an order with us, please follow the steps listed below:

  • Log into your account (at the top right of any page)

  • Browse the site for the item(s) you would like to order

  • Add items to your shopping cart by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button



    Who was Hera?

    Hera is the queen of the gods.  

    She was the wife of Zeus in the Olympian pantheon of Greek mythology.

    Her chief function was as the goddess of women and marriage.  

    She is sometimes symbolized with a peacock which was considered sacred to her.

    Hera's mother is Rhea and her father Cronus.

    She is usually portrayed as majestic and somewhat solemn, and often enthroned and crowned with the polos (a high cylindrical crown), 

    Hera was known for her jealous and vengeful nature against her unfaithful husband Zeus' lovers and offspring. 

    Paris also earned Hera's hatred by choosing Aphrodite as the most beautiful goddess.