Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: Do you only make cremation rings?
A: No, I craft premium-quality rings that encapsulate the essence of cherished memories. My expertise encompasses crafting rings from ashes and breast milk, as well as personalized designs tailored to your unique needs. Each ring I create is a one-of-a-kind artwork, meticulously crafted to reflect your emotions and memories.

Q: Are your cremation rings exclusive to humans?
A: No, I understand the importance of preserving memories of our four-legged companions. My creations also include cremation rings for beloved animal companions. My goal is to provide an exceptional way to cherish and preserve the memories of those who are dear to you, whether they're humans or animals.

Q: How can I be sure of the authenticity of breast milk and ashes rings?
A: Each ring I create is processed with an unwavering commitment to quality and integrity. I understand the significance of preserving these unique and personal memories. I invite you to directly observe the meticulous process of breast milk transformation, witnessing the precision with which each step is carried out. Your trust in the quality of my creations is my top priority.

Q: What will I receive with my order from Fetstan?
A: When you choose Fetstan, you're investing in much more than just a ring. You'll receive a meticulously crafted piece of art designed to capture your emotions and memories. Every detail is considered to create a one-of-a-kind ring, a testament to my commitment to quality. You'll also have the option to select a custom wooden box or a case with a 3D representation of your ring for an equally refined presentation.

Q: What is the estimated delivery time for my order?
A: The processing time for each order can vary based on current demand and shipping distance. Generally, you can expect to receive your ring within a timeframe of 2 to 8 weeks. If you prefer expedited shipping, I encourage you to contact me to discuss accelerated shipping options. My dedication to your satisfaction remains my utmost priority.