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Personalised On Your Christening Cut Glass Gift Personalised On Your Christening Cut Glass Gift Personalised On Your Christening Cut Glass Gift
  • 1144953 3 2x
  • 1144953 3 2x
  • 1144953 3 2x

Personalised On Your Christening Cut Glass Gift

Product Code : BG-4607
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Price: £24.99

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This item may require some personalisation. Please enter the following details:

Childs Full Name: *
(Maximum 3 names only)
Short ending message eg 'With love from...' or 'Love...' etc *
Date of the occasion *
Short message for packing slip
(Only required if being sent directly to the gift recipient)
* denotes compulsory field

This beautiful cut glass ‘On Your Christening’ award-style Christening gift is engraved with the child’s full name, a short message and the date of the occasion. A lovely idea which makes a great keepsake to remember the special day.

  • 'On Your Christening' cut glass award.

  • Made from quality, cut, polished glass which sparkles wonderfully in the sunlight.

  • Featuring a modern 'font and birds' design.

  • The words 'On Your Christening' are fixed.

  • Personalised with the child's full name.

  • Include a short 'Love From' message.

  • Engraved with the date of the Christening.

  • Comes with a glass stand so the 'award' can be proudly displayed on a shelf, table or mantle piece.

  • Approx. dimensions 12cm x 12cm x 1cm. Stand: 12cm x 5cm x 1cm.

  • This is quite a heavy piece weighing almost 500g.

  • Presented in a burgundy satin-lined gift box.

  • Manufacturer's code: PTGSF053

A lovely traditional style gift with a modern twist and a perfect memento of the Christening Day.

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Can we have, Grandma and Grandad engraved

You can choose any personalisation you like within the size constraints.

Instead of the 'love from' would it be possible to have the name of the church? Thank you.

This wouldn't be a problem if you are happy to forsake the engraving saying who the item is from.