Personalized Cross with Filigree Bail- Cremation JewelryPER-3303
Prices start at $445.00 Call us for details on how to order.
Personalize the front of this classic cross pendant with decorative filigree bail with a loved one's fingerprint, signature, name in script or block font or a meaningful graphic.
Metal Choice: 925 Sterling Silver, 14K Solid Yellow Gold, 14K Solid White Gold, 14K Solid Rose Gold or Platinum.
Back Options: You may personalize the back with one of the following; another fingerprint, short text in script or block font or handwriting (like a signature).
Lifetime promise! The print quality is promised for life. If the print quality ever degrades, we will replace the piece free of charge.
Dimensions: approximately 15.5 mm x 20 mm
Allow up to 1 business day until pendant ships from the date we receive your file.
Allow additional 4-5 weeks for 14K Solid Gold or Platinum orders.
For quick processing of order: Label files with First and Last name of person being memorialized and indicate front or back if applicable. For example, "JohnSmithFront" or "JohnSmithBack". Make sure files are large- if they are too small, we may request larger (higher resolution files) and your order may be delayed. Complicated orders (several pendants with front and back personalization and many different prints or files) may be delayed if files are not named. A customer note clarifying what is to be on front or back of which pendant could help expedite order.
How do I Collect Fingerprints? You may use a digital fingerprint scanner. Or you may simply use an ink pad on plain white paper. A good print is the entire finger (or hand/foot) clear and complete with detail-no smudges. Take a digital photo of the print. Fill the frame without cutting off the print or getting to close it blurs. A sharply focused print with good lighting works best. Large images work best.
How do I capture handwriting? Take a high resolution digital photo in JPG format of the handwriting. Make sure the writing is crisp and in focus with good lighting for contrast. Large images work best.
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