3D Fingerprint Moon Round Pendant3D_FPMN_3505
"I love you to the moon and back" inscription is accompanied with your loved one's fingerprint in the shape of the moon both are raised with the metal cut away for a 3D effect you can feel with your fingertips. Back engraving options available at additional cost. A beautiful token jewelry piece to treasure always.
Metal Choice: 925 Sterling Silver, Stainless Steel, 14K Solid Yellow Gold, 14K Solid White Gold or Platinum.
Pendant Style: Choose from single or double chamber or non-chamber style. Chamber pendants have a discreet inner compartment that is air and water tight when sealed with rubber gasket threaded-screw closure. No chamber pendants are generally thinner without hollow inside.
Back Options: You may personalize the back with another print (finger, hand or foot), a photo, line drawing or a signature for additional cost.
Lifetime promise! The print quality is promised for life. If the print quality ever degrades, we will replace the piece free of charge.
Chamber style in 925 sterling silver, stainless steel, 14K solid yellow gold, 14K solid white gold & platinum-
27/32" H x 27/32" W x 3/16" thick
(21 mm H x 21 mm W x 5 mm thick).
No chamber style in 925 sterling silver, 14K solid yellow gold, 14K solid white gold & platinum-
27/32" H x 27/32" W x 1/16" thick
(21 mm H x 21 mm W x 1.5 mm thick).
No chamber style in stainless steel-
27/32" H x 27/32" W x 3/32" thick
(21 mm H x 21 mm W x 2 mm thick).
Turn around time:
- Sterling silver or stainless steel: 1 business day until pendant ships from the date we receive your fingerprint or other print file.
- Solid gold or platinum: additional 4-5 weeks for 14K Solid Gold or Platinum orders.
- Back engraving: additional 1 business day for engraved back
How do I Collect Fingerprints? You may use a digital fingerprint scanner. Or you may simply use any ink pad and plain white paper. Black ink works best. Begin by studying the thumb of the person whose print is being taken. Select the area of the finger (any print will work, it doesn't have to be only a thumbprint) that is the most interesting. It is generally the area on the pad of the thumb where the ridges swirl. This is the area you will want to ink. Practice taking prints on any blank white sheet of paper. Lightly touch the inked surface twice and then press downward on the paper. Use more of a tapping motion than a rolling one. When you are satisfied with the look of the practice prints, place five good prints along the bottom of plain white paper or a white card. Take a high resolution photo of the best prints; use good lighting and sharp focus. Fill the frame for maximum resolution without cutting off the print.
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