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Fingerprints forever with Smallprint


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For a unique keepsake or gift for the one you love, Smallprint introduces the original range of Fingerprint Jewellery to Australia. Gone are the days of plaster baby booties and framed hand-and-feet sculptures. Smallprint creates beautiful pieces of handcrafted jewellery which capture your child’s fingerprint forever.

Smallprint uses precious metal clay to create original pieces of silver jewellery every parent will treasure. Once the clay has been rolled out and shaped, your child’s finger is gently pressed in place to create the fingerprint, meaning that your child is present and involved in creating the jewellery. Each piece is then individually finished with solid silver settings to create the most imaginative and diverse keepsake on the market.

Smallprint Fingerprint Jewellery is available in a range of styles including cufflinks, key rings, dog tags, pendants, phone charms and Christmas decorations.

A fingerprint pendant or cufflinks make a beautiful christening gift for godparents or a unique and stylish present for mum, dad, siblings and grandparents. Smallprint Fingerprint Jewellery also makes a perfect gift for grandparents overseas who don’t see their grandchildren as often as they may like.

Smallprint Fingerprint Jewellery retails from RRP$70.00 and is available from 24 Smallprint representatives across Australia. For your nearest Smallprint contact, visit the Smallprint website: www.smallp.com.au

This isn’t just jewellery – it’s a memory, and memories last forever.

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