We’re pleased to offer Bailey & Bailey’s fine sterling silver, solid gold, gold-plated, platinum and stainless steel cremation jewelry. Offering over 200 copyrighted designs, Bailey & Bailey is the source for heirloom-quality cremation rings, pendants, charms and more. Their artists and expert engravers will ensure your memorial message, laser-etched image or beloved pet’s nose or paw print is beautifully displayed on these fine pieces. They are so certain that you will be absolutely thrilled with your purchase that they offer a lifetime guarantee. If for any reason, at any time, you are not 100% satisfied we will issue a full refund.
Generally ships 1-7 business days after prints received.
Dimensions: 3/4″W x 1 1/8″H
Finish: Sterling Silver (stamped 925)
Free velvet presentation box
Free pendant filling kit with instructions
Free black satin cord (chains sold separately)
Your personal message may be added to the front and back of this pet cremation pendant. Clip art can be added to the back, but it may result in less room for engraved text – see below. Script and block style engraving is available:
How do I Collect prints? Taking a high resolution digital photo is the easiest way to capture your pet’s paw or nose prints and there is no mess! For best results use high resolution setting- photo must be in focus with sharp detail with good exposure (see above paw photo for example). Take several photos and send us the best ones. (Resolution recommendation- 300 dpi or higher or around 2000px x 1500px or higher. If unsure, use the highest resolution setting. JPG format works best).
If using ink prints, we recommend using “baby/child-safe” or “non-toxic” ink pads and plain white paper. Black ink works best. Begin by studying the pawprint of the animal whose print is being taken. Select the area of the paw that is the most interesting. It is generally the area on the center of the paw. This is the area you will want to ink. Practice taking prints on any blank white sheet of paper. Lightly touch the inked surface twice and then press downward on the paper. Use more of a tapping motion than a rolling one. When you are satisfied with the look of the practice prints, place five good prints along the bottom of plain white paper or a white card. Artisans will select the clearest portion of the best print for casting. To scan your print- lay print flat against scanner glass (you may need to apply gentle pressure to scanner lid). Scan at 600 dpi and save in JPG format. Review your prints. If prints look blurry at 100% on screen, you will probably need to adjust your settings. Place your order, then submit your high resolution digital file in JPG format to email@example.com with your order number.
How to Submit Your Prints
1. Submit using the contact page
2. email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Text it to 609-474-4699
Please be sure to include the pet name with your photo submission so we can match it up with your order.
Clip art engraving is available for the back of this pendant. If you add both text and clip art, the engraver will choose the best arrangement. In some cases where the full amount of available characters are used for the rear, as well as clip art, there may be a shortage of space. If that’s the case, we’ll contact you to discuss alternatives. Likewise, please free to call us with your special requests and we’ll try to make them happen.
We offer your choice of block or script fonts for engraved cremation jewelry. Please keep in mind the fact that script engraving in all caps is not legible, so engraving entries in all caps will be changed to have only the first letter of each word capitalized if submitted that way. We cannot be responsible for submission errors or costs related to the correction of them, so please check your entries carefully. Additionally, a greater number of characters does result in a smaller character size, so please bear that in mind if you are considering a long sentiment.
Having experienced the pain of pet loss, we ultimately found the inspiration for these offerings in the realization that a treasured keepsake does, in time, provide some small degree of comfort. Displaying your special family member’s remains is a beautiful way to memorialize them for a lifetime. Unlike burial sites, small urns can travel with us and enable us to keep the beloved lost ones in our hearts and lives forever.