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Frequently Asked Questions

General

You can either order in person through your local jeweller, or you can order online. When ordering with a jeweller, you will be able to view samples of fingerprint jewellery, handprint and footprint jewellery, original writing and drawing jewellery.

The clarity of the print depends on age. It can be possible to get a really good fingerprint from even as young as 4 months. When we take the print for you, we will show you the print to make sure you are happy.

Your jewellery will be made by your local Smallprint Jeweller who has been fully trained in the art of making our gorgeous keepsakes. As the original fingerprint jewellery company, we are committed to keeping these truly precious pieces individually hand made rather than cast or engraved by machines.

With our Original Fingerprint range, fingerprints can be taken directly onto your piece of jewellery or via a silicon mould (introduced during the 2020 Covid-19 outbreak). The direct fingerprint method means that you get the best possible print in terms of detail, shape and that your piece has been touched by your loved one.

Yes, our pieces are made from sterling silver.

Jewellery Care

You can remove light tarnish using the polishing cloth your received with your piece of jewellery. If your piece becomes more tarnised, polish with silver polish. Chains can be cleaned by using a silver dip available at most hardware stores. It takes seconds and they will come out sparkly and new. Do not dip the printed piece as this will remove the antiquing from the print and the engraving.