Fingerprint Jewelry and Keepsakes Education
Our team of artists and jewelers carefully handcraft every Fingerprint Keepsake and piece of Jewelry to ensure it is a beautiful, one-of-a-kind representation of the bond you share with a Loved One. From the compact prints of an infant to the distinct life lines of the elderly, learn our process for creating heirlooms full of meaning and connection.
How it Works
STEP 1: Print Collection
Prints (fingerprints, hand/footprints, or paw prints) are captured and assigned a PIN, then digitally stored in a secure database.
STEP 2: Custom Design
From the prints provided in your PIN, our professional artists select and enhance the best one for your Keepsake. The lines and grooves that make the print unique are left intact to ensure a truly one-of-a-kind piece.
STEP 3: Keepsake Creation
The print is engraved on your Keepsake of choice, then polished and handled with care to deliver a meaningful, custom piece that represents and honors your love.
How it Looks
Our artists carefully crop the print to fit on your Jewelry or Keepsake of choice. The print's unique pattern is respectfully maintained and featured so that you can always feel tangibly close to your Love One.
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Just like each of us, our prints encounter different stages of life. While the core pattern of ridges remains constant, the clarity, definition, and individuality change over time, reflecting our own life's journey. The images below illustrate some of the characteristics our prints can have as we progress through the years.
Prints in infants up through toddler years are very compact and not yet fully developed, often resulting in less distinct ridges. During these developing years, a full hand or footprint is often captured in lieu of a single fingerprint.
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Fingerprints of young adults have had the opportunity to grow and develop and tend to offer clear and distinct ridges.
Fingerprints from adults offer distinct characteristics, sometimes including surface "life lines" from years of use.
Elderly fingerprints tend to grow fainter in terms of their distinct ridges and generally present more "life lines", such as scars or wrinkles, from decades of use.
The three main types of fingerprint patterns and Loops, Whorls, and Arches. Loops are the most common, while Arches are seen very rarely.