You may own a piece of jewelry with only your name, initials or medical information engraved on it. There are other unique things that you can engrave when giving someone a very special piece of jewelery. When giving such a gift to someone, it shows that a great deal of thought went into it.
When a couple gets married, many have the date of their marriage engraved on the inside of their wedding bands. For couples that are not married, you can still present your loved one with a piece of jewelry that has engraved the date you met, your first year anniversary, when you got engaged or any other milestone in your relationship.
Besides dates and initials, you can also engrave a favorite expression, quote, word, number or symbol. If you and someone special share a loving phrase and it is too long, why not take the first letter of each word and have it engraved on a treasured piece of jewelry.
One of our customers recently had the inscription "You Are The Love of My Life" engraved inside a bracelet for his girlfriend and had it shortened to U.R.T (heart symbol) O.M.L.
For couples getting married, you might consider engraving a religious verse inside your wedding band.
You can also engrave a nickname, especially if it is an endearing one.
For mother's, you can give individual charms, or circular discs, or hearts with the names of each child on it. There are also link bracelets available that have large links on which names or expressions can be engraved on each one.
If you want to keep the message private, you can have the jewelry item engraved on the inside. For example if you are giving someone a bangle bracelet, there is adequate room to inscribe the inside of the bracelet.
I welcome all ideas and suggestions. Please post your thoughts and ideas.