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The Everlasting Postcard

£65.00
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  • DESCRIPTION

    This classic silver - plated, everlasting postcard which can be engraved with a message. This is a lovely way to create a truly treasured gift that marks a moment in time. Please note the engraved text shown is just an example. This item includes free engraving.To create your own postcard follow these simple steps;1) Click '+ Add to Bag' go to checkout and pay for the postcard on our website.2) Download the postcard template here, print and get creative with your message!3) Once your message is written, don't forget to add your order number and details to the form.

  • SPECIFICATION

    Product Code: 4570.0111
    Material: Sterling Silver
    Colour: Silver
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Everlasting Postcard I ordered the Everlasting Postcard for my little sister going off to University. I wanted something personal that she could keep. Ordering this was not the most straight forward but well worth it. The product itself is lush and so personal with my writing on! Very happy with this product. Thank you 27 October 2013
Beautiful 2nd time I have bought this as a gift, never disappointed!! 30 June 2013
Most original gift This was a gift for our friends' wedding anniversary. I think it is very unusual, different and beautiful quality 02 April 2013
Beautiful Keepsake This item is beautifully made, and looks stunning. I actually bought it as a 16th Birthday Keepsake for our Daughter and i cant wait for her to open it. It is something very unique and will hold our love for her on it forever. 21 March 2013
Capture a moment in an everlasting way The thing I love about this product in particular is that you can personalize it unlike many of the products. This makes it special to you and you alone. It will hold sentimental value and is a great way of looking back at those precious memories. It makes a moment more special when it is captured in engraved silver instead of pen and paper. 13 March 2012
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