Monogrammed jewelry is one of my favorite things! Here at deBebians, we sell items such as signet rings and pendants that can feature your monogram. Here are a few of our most recently purchased monogrammed items along with some helpful hints and tips to think about when placing your order.
This item, MN-05 features a three initial monogram and is available in 14kt white or 14kt yellow gold. Helpful hint to consider when placing your order for this pendant is to remember that your initial for your last name should appear as the larger, center initial in the monogram layout. For example, if your name is Mary Elizabeth Burke, then the initials from left to right should be MBE with the ‘B’ being the larger, center initial.
Large Oval Center Signet Rings For Women
This signet ring, style SRRS141 is available in 14kt white, yellow or rose gold and does feature a solid back, which is my preference. Yes, it does make for a heavier ring in terms of gram weight, but the quality of having a closed back ring will definitely be noticed. Your helpful hint… If you want to place your married monogram on this ring, here is how to do it. If your name is Jane and your husband’s name is David and your married last name is now Ford, the initials from left to right would appear as JFD.
This 14kt yellow gold signet ring, SRRS126, has been customized by our client to include some beautiful hand engraved scroll work and milgrain detailing on the side of the signet ring. Helpful hint… know that deBebians can take a classic signet ring and really take it to another level in terms of customization. This ring not only features hand engraved initials, but it also features that gorgeous custom scroll work. This is truly a one of a kind signet ring.
These are just a few of the recent monogrammed items we have sold. If you would like to see more, please click here. We look forward to assisting you and look forward to hearing from you. I am hoping that these hints will prove to be helpful for you when you are placing your order. Happy shopping!
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