We have tried to make the
process as user friendly as possible with everything you
need to take the print including easy to follow
instructions. The process involves mixing two different
coloured balls of putty together, once mixed to an even
colour the finger can be placed in and allowed to rest
for around 30 seconds. The mould can then be removed and
allowed to stand until it has hardened.
The print can be captured in
the comfort of your own home.
At our studio based in
Nottingham, we transform your returned cast into your
chosen personalised silver jewellery. Each piece is
completely hand made with the whole process taking
around two weeks to complete. As each piece is
individual, you can add your own twist, if you have a
specific design or layout, please add it to the special
instructions in the kit and we will try our best to
accommodate your request.
cast in silver treasure, preserved to reflect on for
always and ever.
Although ridges tend to
develop at around 6 months, all children are different
and some will have detail in their finger tips from
birth. If you can see detail in your childs finger the
this will be captured by the process and transferred to
the finished item. The kit is designed to pick up all
the ridge detail. Even the impression of a child’s
finger without much detail still makes an excellent
Fingerprint jewellery is not
just for children’s prints.
We make a lot of charms using
casts from adult fingers. Adult impressions are often
used to say I love you or given as a keepsake or memory
of a special occasion or across the miles. Our range of
cufflinks make perfect wedding gifts so your future
spouse can wear a special part of you down the aisle.
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