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Personalised Christening / Communion Crystal Token - Boy

BG-4811
 
£14.99
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Personalised Christening / Communion Crystal Token - Boy Personalised Christening / Communion Crystal Token - Boy Personalised Christening / Communion Crystal Token - Boy
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This brand new design is exclusive to Born Gifted! The solid crystal block features a smartly dressed little boy reading his bible and is personalised with any text you like. This personalised block would make the ideal keepsake gift to celebrate a little boy’s religious occasion such as a Christening, Baptism or First Communion.

A lovely affordable present which adds a unique personal touch. Presented in a black gift box. Personalised and despatched within 3 working days.

Features
  • Personalised Christening/Communion Crystal Token For a Boy.

  • Brand new and exclusive to Born Gifted.

  • Made from solid crystal.

  • Sweet cartoon depicting a smartly dressed little boy reading his bible.

  • Ideal for any religious occasion.

  • Add one line of text above the picture (max. 25 characters)

  • Add two lines of text below the picture (max. 20 characters per line)

  • Approx. dimensions 5cm x 5cm x 2cm.

  • Presented in a black gift box.

  • Gift wrap available at checkout.

  • Despatched within 3 working days.

  • Next Day Delivery is not available on this item.

We just love this brand new exclusive design and we think you will too. If you are a Godparent or have been invited to the Christening, Baptism or Communion of a little boy then this is the perfect gift for you.
 


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