Silver fingerprint jewellery is becoming really popular among masses because it is unique and also has a personal touch. Many people are not fully aware about silver finger print jewellery and have a number of questions. Here are some frequently asked questions and their answers.
How does the process work?
First of all, you have to choose a company with whom you are going to deal. Many manufacturers require you to come down to their establishment and give them the prints. However, there are many manufacturers who would do everything while you can sit at home. All you have to do is place a request and the manufacturer would send you an easy to use kit with instructions that would be used to take the prints. The kit would come with a stamped envelope. You just have to send the prints in the stamped envelope. If you are not sure about what exactly you would want, you can always take advice from the manufacturer. If the manufacturer is in your locality, they would also come be willing to come to your place and take the prints.
I am not really good at crafts; would I be able to take the prints myself?
You would only have to take the prints yourself if your manufacturer is not in your locality. Even if you have to take the prints yourself, the kits provided by the manufacturer are really easy to use and do not require any expertise with crafts. The kit would contain moulding putty that would be used to take an impression of the finger print. Moulding putty is just like clay and does not really need any expertise in handling. Make sure that you take two fingerprints so that you the manufacturer can use the one that is better.
If you are not able to take the print properly and the print has resulted in a smudge, you do not need to worry as the manufacturer would ensure that the smudges are edited and the best print is transferred on your silver fingerprint jewellery. The kit generally contains enough material for making 3-4 attempts at taking the print. If you haven’t been successful even in multiple attempts, you can always ask for another kit.
What if I have been unable to take the print at all?
Firstly, the kits are really easy to use and taking prints wouldn’t be all that difficult. If you are really struggling, you can always ask the manufacturer to send you another kit. You can also take some advice on how to take better prints. It is important for the manufacturer to receive a usable print and not a useless dent because silver fingerprint jewellery would retain its uniqueness only if the prints are useful. You can also use prints that you may have got on paper. Just send a .jpeg file of the paper to your manufacturer and it may be possible to covert fingerprints on paper to make silver fingerprint jewellery.