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Christening

Irish Christening

Communion

Baby Items

Special Occasion

Testimonials

Marianne created the most beautiful Irish christening gown for my first grandchild in a short window of time and it was everything I could have wished. My husband, who loved being Irish, passed away when my sons were teenagers and special events like weddings and christenings are bittersweet. Having this beautiful Irish christening gown was a way to include him in the ceremony and create a new family tradition. It made our day more special. Anyone buying from Marianne would never be disappointed!

~ Vickie

Flowers

Wedding Gown Preservation Company

Flowers

Smocked Treasures is now pleased to offer our customers the perfect way to have your keepsake heirloom christening or communion gown both cleaned and preserved from a prominent leader in the field: Wedding Gown Preservation Company - A family-run business that's been based in Endicott, NY for over 100 years. The company was started by Sara and Joseph Schapiro in 1913.

Combining the experience of three generations and today's latest technologies, they professionally and thoroughly clean and preserve each christening & communion gown. Their proven methods ensure that most stains - both visible and invisible - are removed.

Wedding Gown Preservation Company's modern lab and equipment preserve every gown with a proprietary treatment developed by Sara and Joseph to prevent yellowing and discoloration.


Traditional Line

  1. prepaid gown cleaning and preservation chest
  2. outside shipping container
  3. $500 declared value
  4. 100 year certificate guarantee
  5. prepaid shipping both ways

Celebrity Line

  1. prepaid gown cleaning and preservation chest
  2. outside shipping container
  3. $500 declared value
  4. 100 year certificate guarantee
  5. prepaid shipping both ways
  6. silver preservation chest
  7. $1,000 additional declared value
  8. hand pressing