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Thorsten Jewelry to Showcase Advanced Engraving Service at JCK

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(Press Release) LONG BEACH, CA — Thorsten Jewelry, a manufacturer of alternative metal rings, is already known for unique products, such as its dinosaur bone inlay rings. But the company also provides unique engraving services to all of its jewelers, including text, fingerprint, handwritten and custom engraving.

Each service provides a different way to personalize one of Thorsten Jewelry’s rings. There are over 40 fonts to choose from for the simple text engraving. Or customers can opt to use their very own font; they can write a quote on paper, and it will be engraved on the ring in their exact handwriting.

The company doesn’t stop at words. Custom images like a scene or a newborn’s handprint can be used. And for those who really want to put their personal touch on a ring, fingerprint engraving is available. Using a simple piece of paper and inkpad, jewelers can take multiple prints, snap a quick picture of the best one, and send it to Thorsten Jewelry’s graphic designer, who will clean it up for engraving. Customers can choose to use any finger.

“These engraving services allow jewelers to offer a special service that is hard to find among their competitors,” said Frank Delao, Thorsten Jewelry’s marketing manager. “It allows them to offer an add-on for all of their orders to make a little more revenue.”

To learn more, and to see a sampling of other rings, visit Thorsten Jewelry at JCK Las Vegas. Because its original booth number was recently changed, Thorsten Jewelry will now be exhibiting at booth B60031, located in the Bridal Pavilion.INSTORE Thorsten

Thorsten Jewelry offers unique engraving services.

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