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Softwrap Tarnish Preventing Wrap
    Softwrap Tarnish Preventing Wrap
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    • Softwrap Tarnish Preventing Wrap
      Item # ster-1004

    • $4.94

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    Softwrap is an extremely soft, non-abrasive wrap that is pH neutral and designed to prevent the tarnishing of sterling silver and silverplate. The 100% virgin and sulfur-free wrap is constructed from two 10.8# tissue sheets stitched together to form a 2-ply wrap. This pack includes 25 pale mint tissues that are 12” by 8”.

    All engraving will be sized appropriately to fit your item unless you instruct us otherwise. We utilize a state of the art fiber laser for engraving. The fiber laser allows for clearer text whether small or large. Fiber lasers do not physically touch the surface as they remove material during engraving thus avoiding dents or punctures that can be caused by rotary engravers. Custom engraving is available for company logos, images, and designs. If you have any questions about personalizing an item please contact us; we would be more than happy to assist you.

    Engraving Fonts
    Engraving Fonts
    Letter Style

    Using names with plain text to personalize an item is a popular choice. A first or last name, first and last name, or first, middle, and last name can be engraved depending on available space. For some items it may be necessary to engrave on multiple lines to include the full name. This is a common choice for those who would like to include a date as well. (Robert David Smith)

    Engraving Initials

    A traditional three letter monogram includes three initials with the last initial larger in the center with the first initial on the left and the middle initial on the right. (Robert David Smith)

    Engraving Initials

    A three letter monogram with all letters the same size in order of first, middle and last initials. (Robert David Smith)

    Engraving Initials

    A single letter monogram typically utilizes the last initial. (Robert David Smith)

    Engraving Initials

    For couples with the same last name a traditional three letter monogram can be used with the last initial centered larger in the center and the couple’s first initials on either side. (Robert & Mary Smith)

    Engraving Initials
    Date Style

    For smaller items we recommend a numerical date where numbers are separated by slashes, dashes, periods or center dots.

        Engraving Dates

    An alphanumeric date is a great option when the item has enough room.

        Engraving Dates