Fingerprint Wedding Rings – Unique Wedding Rings in 5 Easy Steps

Fingerprint wedding rings photograph

Fingerprint Rings UK

Personalised Fingerprint Wedding Rings

If you are looking for fingerprint wedding rings, we provide a unique and inexpensive way to personalise your plain wedding rings. We are one of the few specialist jewellers who have perfected the process of creating beautiful fingerprint rings.

Each wedding ring faithfully copies your print. We give you the tools to create your fingerprint and then we do the rest.

Brand New in 2017 : Inlaid Fingerprint Wedding RingsInlaid Fingerprint wedding rings

One of our very recent commissions, late in December 2016 features fingerprints engraved within an inlaid central band, crafted from two metal colours. (White an Rose Gold shown.)

 

White gold fingerprint wedding rings

Follow 5 simple steps

For your guidance, we have provided a series of 5 steps – resulting in the perfect pair of fingerprint wedding rings. The process takes around 4 weeks which includes the time taken to create the rings themselves. We can also match up your wedding band to your existing engagement ring band.

Fingerprint band with satin outer finish and engraving inside

Medium weight court (RWD001) with satin finish and fingerprint inside

1. Choose your plain wedding rings

First, choose your wedding rings. Decide on the basic wedding ring shape. We can engrave on the inside or outside of most rings.

Remember patterned wedding rings will only be suitable for an engraving on the inner surface.

Consider metal choice, width, finger size and style.  Please note that due to the high quality of finish we can only fingerprint engrave wedding rings purchased from us.

What if you’re not yet decided on the rings?

If you haven’t yet decided on the wedding ring styles, you might want to take your prints first. These can be used for other jewellery too. With this in mind, you can order the stand-alone fingerprint jewellery kit here, before making any purchase.  We’ll refund this cost against the engraved wedding ring order if you place one afterwards.

Extra wide fingerprint engraved wedding ring

2. Place your order

Place your order on our website selecting the engraving option that best represents your requirements. We create your fingerprint wedding rings from the basic ring ordered with the optional engraving selected.

How to order your fingerprint wedding ring

There are additional options for both fingerprints and wording.

Contact us for any additional request. If you are in USA, Australia, Europe or Canada, our website gives you the overall cost at the checkout including insured delivery and duty paid.

3. Wait for the fingerprint jewellery kit and then take your prints

Fingerprint wedding ring and jewellery engraving kit

If you want to order your fingerprint kit first, place your order here and we will refund the cost later against any order placed for fingerprint jewellery.

You will receive a fingerprint kit within the week. We deliver internationally. Take your time trying to get a good print for your rings. Try alternative fingers.

Photo paper with a satin or glossy finish can produce great results. Coat your finger with ink from the ink strip included in the kit. Press down without rolling the finger. Remember that the most detail is on the lower part of your fingertip.

Aim for the clearest print with most definition. Make as many attempts as you want. Remember – the clearer the detail, the better the results.

Example fingerprints showing the best type of print to send to us

The image above shows the clarity of print you should aim for to achieve ideal results. If you decide to scan and email your print, please avoid sending blurred, smudged or pixellated prints as our examples show. Remember that lines and marks on the fingerprint will come out on the engraving.

4. Write your instructions

Fingerprint-Instructions
Sending us explicit instructions on which fingerprint goes where.

Use the instruction sheet on the reverse of the fingerprint paper to tell us important information including your name, order number (if known) and instructions including which ring the print is to be applied.

There is a box to tick advising us if you want the fingerprint on the inside or on the outside?

If you have requested additional wording please tell us the wording and what typeface you would like on your fingerprint wedding rings.

Either post us or scan and email your fingerprints and instructions to our office address. Email: enquiries@serendipitydiamonds.com

Our office address is on the contact us page of the website.

5. Await your beautiful fingerprint wedding rings

While you are busy taking your fingerprints and sending instructions, we work on the wedding rings themselves. Once work has been completed we apply your engravings. Once your rings have been engraved and re-finished we are ready to send out your beautiful fingerprint wedding rings.

View compatible wedding rings

Updates

As a final word, we have received so many requests to create memorial rings with a fingerprint that we are now honoured to add this to our list of services.

Ring Sets :  Fingerprint Wedding Rings 

Heart fingerprint wedding rings

Another update. Earlier this year we introduced a brand new pattern. Two fingerprints are applied in a unique position to create a heart-shaped effect across two rings. We advise using a flat edged design such as the Arreton wedding ring which has a flat outer edge most suitable for this type of engraving. This combination will work with varying widths, metal choices and finger sizes, but we advise similar width wedding rings for best effect. If you would like any additional guidance on any of the fingerprint wedding ring styles you see above, please contact us. We are happy to discuss further variations and advise on the cost and processes involved with commissioning fingerprint rings. Please ensure you allow plenty of time for your wedding. Most bespoke wedding rings take around 4-5 weeks as a guide from start to finish.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.