Post # 1
Recently, I have seen a man’s wedding band with the bride’s fingerprint engraved on the inside. I LOVE THIS.
I wrote a message to the bee with this ring and she said she got it off of etsy. My fiance will want to try on his ring and feel it out though, so I know I don’t want to order him a ring.
So my question is; Can jewelers or engravers do this to any ring? Or is this some specialty that I won’t be able to find elsewhere?
Post # 3
Here is the ring I was talking about…
Post # 4
@klb2748: They probably got it from Fabuluster. We looked into them but they were SUPER expensive for white gold. I doubt any jeweler would be able to do this.
Post # 5
Hmmmm I got mine off of ETSY, too. I think it’s a pretty specific process. The fingerprint isn’t “engraved”, you make a mold of your finger and send it in, and the fingerprint is cast into the actual metal of the ring. I am attaching a pic of our rings. It’s hard to see mine, but my wedding band is octagonal and has his fingerprint on the inside. The rings are amazing quality, we loooove them :-). Fabuluster (the ring shop where you get these on ETSY) was able to totally customize what I wanted. I highly recommend.
Post # 6
(my engagement ring is a cubed, raw diamond, in case you were wondering what on earth that is) 😉
Post # 7
I wish I had found those rings before we got our bands. They’re amazing!
Post # 9
Our plan is to do this! I’m so excited!
Post # 10
I plan on having this as my wedding band. I LOVE them! But I agree with the other Bees I don’t think a regular jeweler will be able to recreate this because it is the actual imprint of the finger they get from you and then make the ring. Maybe if you found a jeweler who made their own stuff.
Post # 11
Also, if it helps, I would go to a jeweler and have your Fiance try on different widths and thicknesses of rings. You can specify both with Fabuluster. We did that, and that’s how we both ordered our rings. So, we both knew the weight/fit of our rings before they were made – they just got made by someone else, if that makes sense!