We capture your loved one's fingerprint in pure silver to create memorial jewellery for you to treasure forever.
Customers have told us that being able to feel the fingerprint of a loved one they have lost, gives enormous comfort to them on their toughest days.
We have been making fingerprint jewellery for 5 years and love every piece we make but our memorial jewellery always has a very special place in our hearts because we know how very special it is to our customers and their families.
We will work with your Funeral Director to capture the fingerprints of your loved one. All you need to do is contact us with the name of your Funeral Director and we will make the necessary arrangements for you. For local customers, we can visit the Funeral Home on your behalf. If you are not local, we can send a kit and instructions to your Funeral Director and guide them through the print-taking process.
Once we have your loved one's fingerprint, we will be able to create your special memorial jewellery.
We make your memorial jewellery by hand at our Cwmbran based workshop. It usually takes around 3 weeks.
Please contact us as soon as you know that you would like fingerprints taken, even if you are not ready to make a decision on what jewellery you would like to order. The important thing is that we capture the prints while we can.
We understand that you will have had to speak to lots of people already at this difficult time and you may not feel up to it. Simply send us an email with your enquiry and we will get back to you with all of the information you need. Ceri looks after our memorial jewellery customers and she can be contacted directly via her email address which is firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone.
"Thank you to Ceri from Lollipops and Ladybirds for going to see Phoebe at the funeral home not an easy thing to do and for making us these amazing outprints and jewellery. A little piece of our beautiful girl to always cherish" Rhiannon
"My gorgeous most precious item my Mum print necklace, love and miss you every day but now I have a part of you with me forever. I can't thank Ceri enough" Helen