Payment information

Thank you for choosing Metal Urges to make your jewellery!

Metal Urges accepts payment by direct deposit, credit and EFTPOS cards (other than American Express and Diners Club). Our preferred payment method is direct deposit.


Credit card / EFTPOS

Please call us on (03) 6234 4995 during business hours to make a card payment (other than American Express or Diners Club).


Direct deposit / internet banking

To pay by direct deposit, please follow the instructions below.

  • Please confirm the amount via email to chris@metalurges.com.au prior to transferring.
  • Please enter your surname as the transfer description so we can identify your payment.
  • Send an email to chris@metalurges.com.au when you have made the transfer so we can keep an eye out.
  • We will register the payment and mark your job packet as ‘paid’ once the full figure has been received.

Our internet banking / direct deposit details are:

Bank: Westpac Hobart, 15/60 Liverpool St, Hobart Tasmania 7000
Account name: Metal Urges Fine Jewellery Pty Ltd
BSB: 037001
Account number: 425480
SWIFT code: WPACAU2S


Installment payments

Metal Urges does not offer a lay-by service of any kind.

For sales of $1250 or over we offer payment on completion or the COLLECT Art Purchase Scheme only.

For items under $1250 payment is on completion of item and prior to the item leaving Metal Urges.

If arranged in writing and prior to commencement, Metal Urges may accept three equal payments for items under $1250 over a maximum of two months. The first payment is a deposit at time of commencement, the second payment is due one month later, and final payment must be received no later than two months after commencement.

If more than three payments are required over the two months, additional payments will incur a $10 handling fee to cover extra accounting labour.

If final payment has not been received within the two month time frame, Metal Urges reserves the right to sell the item without notice to recover costs. Items sold it this manner may included metals and gem materials supplied by the client.