January 29, 2014 in Wedding Rings
The leading fingerprint rings and wedding bands retailer, Larson Jewelers, announces they now offer fingerprint rings with the entire length of the finger.
IRVINE, Jan. 31, 2014 – Larson Jewelers (http://www.larsonjewelers.com), the leading destination for fingerprint rings and bands, is now able to engrave the entire length of a fingerprint. Previously, they were engraving only the tip of the finger, which is the part people think of when they think of fingerprints. Customers can now take a print of their entire finger, from the base to the tip and send it into
Larson Jewelers. Fingerprints can be engraved on tungsten, gold, silver, palladium, cobalt chrome, titanium, and platinum rings.
Fingerprint rings are steadily increasing in popularity. Couples love fingerprint rings because they allow them to wear a constant reminder of their loved one on a piece of jewelry. It is like having a loved one around as one goes about their daily routine. “Fingerprint rings are an excellent way to create a truly custom wedding band at an affordable price.” says Vanessa LeBeau, Marketing and Merchandising Manager for Larson Jewelers. Fingerprints are usually engraved on the outside of the ring. However, for those who prefer a little more privacy, fingerprints can also be engraved on the inside of the ring, so only the wearer of the ring knows it is there.
Fingerprint engraved rings are not only used as wedding bands. They make great gifts to celebrate life’s other milestones, like starting a family. Rings could be engraved with a child’s fingerprint and given to a proud father or loving mother. People are able feel like they have their child close to them when they are at work, for example. Fingerprint rings can also be used to immortalize a deceased loved one. They would allow the wearer to always remember their deceased loved one. Whatever the case may be, there are many occasions a fingerprint ring would make a great gift.
LarsonJewelers.com provides the largest selection of fingerprint rings in the world. They can engrave finger prints on just about any ring style they carry. To learn more about fingerprint rings, please visit: http://www.larsonjewelers.com/c-108-fingerprint-rings.aspx
by: Vanessa LeBeau