Permanent Image Dogtag Necklace.
This is a fabulous dogtag pendant on a stainless steel ball chain. Made with any photo of your choice on the front and any engraving on the back. An ideal gift for someone special which can be engraved with names, dates or words including short messages.
YOUR PHOTO CAN BE PRINTED INTO THE METAL SURFACE OF THE PENDANT INSERT BY THE SUBLIMATION PROCESS!
THIS FUSES THE IMAGE INTO THE COATING UNDER HIGH TEMPERATURE.
THIS RESULTS IN VIBRANT COLOURS AND A VERY DURABLE SURFACE.
THIS IS NOT A PAPER INSERT.
Comes packaged in a luxury black velour gift box.
Part of our range of engraved gifts and remembrance jewellery.
Pendant Size: 38mm x 19mm x 3mm.
Chain Length: 16", 18", 20" or 24 ins.
Made with: Silver alloy metal pendant with photo fused into aluminium plate on a stainless steel ball chain.
Up to 35 characters can be engraved (including spaces) on the back of the pendant over a maximum of two lines as we will engraved with the pendant in the landscape position.
Need a little help with what to have engraved? See our Engraving Ideas page for a little inspiration.
After purchase please proceed as follows:
1. Send your image to: email@example.com
2. Please ensure your image comes to us with your order details, name & address.
3. Add our email address to your email contacts so you can be sure to receive our email confirmations (otherwise they could end up in your spam/junk folder).
4. Leave the rest to us! We will drop you a line when your order is on its way!
Special Requests Box: Please write in here anything you would like to request, tell or ask us about your order. You can also request any symbols or special font choices for engraved items here. If you ask a question please ensure we know the best way to contact you so your order isn’t delayed.
Delivery: Please allow up to 5 days for your order to be made and dispatched. Express delivery is not available for this item.
Hi, just want to let you know that this is great, got it from my kids, love the photo, very special.
Marc Humphries | Lincoln | August 2015