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Things to Know When Ordering Fingerprint Jewellery

It is a great idea to use fingerprint jewellery. It looks unique and appealing. When people see that you have an actual fingerprint on the jewellery, they will feel even more curious about it. You can buy this jewellery from stores that offer it. You need to follow these steps to obtain the best piece of jewellery.

Find the right store
Not all stores offer this type of jewellery. They might have fingerprint designs available, but not customised. They are generic fingerprint designs that still look interesting, but not special. Check the price and make sure that it is within your budget.

Getting the fingerprint
After choosing the right store, the next step is to get the fingerprint. Press the finger against ink to coat it well. If you are using your toes, you need to do the same thing.
Once you have covered the finger in ink, press the finger or toe on white paper. On your first try, you will notice that the mark is quite dark. However, as you keep pressing, the print becomes lighter. Keep repeating the entire process until the best possible results show.

Scan the fingerprint
Wait for some time for the ink to dry. Once it does, scan the paper using a computer. If you donít have a scanner, take a photo of the paper. Send the file to the jewellery store. Make sure that the copy is large enough so that the images are clear and allow the store to guarantee the quality of the product.

Choose the jewellery
Different pieces can have the fingerprint on them. You can have a necklace, bracelet or ring. Once you chose the best design, inform the store about it, and they will start the process. Check the final cost and agree to proceed with the transaction. It will take sometimes before you receive the final product. You also need to provide accurate measurements.

Receiving the order
After the agreed period, you will receive the product you ordered. Try it on and see if it is the right size. If there are issues, return it immediately so that the store can make the necessary adjustments. Read the terms and conditions so you will know the policy if you want to return the product for changes. In most cases though, you are can't replace the product and ask for a refund since it is customised.

Look at the best options from They offer a wide variety of designs for you to choose from. If you are giving the jewellery as a gift, you need to plan it soon so that you can allow time for any changes required.

This type of jewellery is perfect as an engagement ring, wedding gift, or even a something to remember your departed loved one by. It might be pricey since it is customised, but it will still be worth it. You will appreciate its looks and its value forever.
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