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Products Custom Baby Feet Cufflinks in Sterling Silver

Custom Baby Feet Cufflinks in Sterling Silver

$295.00Contact for Gold & Platinum Pricing
Design #1334
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The pefect gift. Your man can keep his little babies/baby with him at all times. What a great thing to stare at during boring meetings, or to fidget with during the wedding ceremony!

For the father of your children...your groom to be...your grandfather...your brother. These cufflinks are perfect with your baby's footprints. We can use the same print for both cufflinks, or a different print for each cufflink. 

Everyone loves the tiny footprints on the birth certificate! Such a charming memory from when your baby was brand new.  Baby's fingerprints are so delicate, people ask us every day if we can use the fingerprints of their new born.

Sterling silver, approximately 1/2 inch each. We darken the prints for contrast, unless you'd prefer them natural. 

A wonderful keepsake that will last for generations.  High polished Sterling Silver surrounds the precious prints.

Each pair is handcrafted one at a time by brent&jess. Passed down from generation to generation, these cufflinks will be treasured by all who wear them.

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The Fine Print– Children under 3-4 years old have very faint fingerprints--please be aware. We are happy to make you a cufflinks with the texture of the palm or bottom of the foot. The design or finish on the exterior of any piece is vulnerable to scratching and wear over any period of time, especially sterling silver. An oxidized finish allows the details of the fingerprint to stand out by blackening the crevices. Vigorous polishing and cleaning can remove this finish. We stamp our Maker’s Mark and Quality Stamp on the back of our cufflinks.

Only available from brent&jess, handcrafted by us on the Coast of Maine. 

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