For many people, a fingerprint bracelet is a novel idea. They know about customised jewellery, but they don’t see that it is possible to take a fingerprint and place it on the jewellery. Unfortunately, people also form opinions about this jewellery without knowing the truth behind it. Here are some ideas about a fingerprint bracelet that are untrue and the truth behind them.
Fingerprint jewellery is expensive
In a way, this is true. Before you say no to this jewellery, you need to know that any other customised jewellery also has the same price tag, or even more. The reason why it is expensive is the uniqueness of the piece. There is nothing else in the world that is similar to what you have. Fingerprints are unique, and no two people could have the same fingerprints. Therefore, if you are the only person wearing that bracelet, why don’t you spend money on it? Besides, you have a lot of pieces to choose from, so there is no need to spend a lot on the most expensive part.
Ready-made fingerprint jewellery is all right
You may find fingerprint jewellery that you need not customise. It seems weird because it is. The idea of having this type of jewellery is for you to give your fingerprint as the basis for making the mould of the jewellery. Buying a ready-made piece does not make sense since the fingerprint is not yours or of anyone you love. The said piece might be cheaper than the customised version, but you don’t want a stranger’s fingerprints on you wherever you go.
It takes quite some time for the jeweller to complete the piece
Customised jewellery, in general, takes time to complete. Jewellers need to be careful in every detail to avoid mistakes. They also want the piece to look fantastic once it is finished. Therefore, you need to be patient when you choose this piece. Besides, it is not like other customised pieces where you only select the designs and the details and approve the final version. For this piece, you need to submit a fingerprint and wait until they’ve finished with the mould before they can start working on the jewellery.
Nevertheless, it only takes three weeks at most to finish the piece. If you are planning to use it soon, you can order in advance to avoid potential problems. You can also ask the store in advance if they can finish the piece on or before the date when you are planning to use it. If they can’t promise you anything, look for other options. You might need to pay more, but it could still be worth it.
Now that you understand the truth behind this piece of jewellery, it is time to consider buying it. Look at the sample pieces of jewellery before making a decision. Compare the cost from one store to another and imagine how the piece would look to the person wearing it, whether it is you or someone else.