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3 Alternative Uses For Cremation Jewelry

One of the final steps following a death is bidding farewell to the bodily remains. Many people look for a way to keep a piece of their loved one close to their hearts and choose cremation jewelry to do this. Although Cremation & Memorial Jewelry cannot replace feelings of loss it can help bring some comfort by giving family and friends a tangible way to hold onto a part of their loved one.

Our selection of Cremation Jewelry was designed to be affordable and durable. It looks like an ordinary pendant but each piece has a hollow space inside that is concealed by a tiny, precision screw. The screw can be removed and a small amount of LOVE can be placed inside.

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Blue ruby like gemstone cremation pendant

I said LOVE because it is important to understand that cremated remains ‘ashes’

aren’t your only option to put inside.

Here are 3 alternative uses to consider:

1.  Dried Flowers

Funeral flowers

Your loved one’s favourite flower

Flowers from the season your loved one passed

Forget-Me-Not flower petals


2.  Sand or Soil

A small pinch of sand or soil from a meaningful place, graveside, or favourite beach can be placed in a cremation jewelry pendant as a way to keep a memory alive.

Maybe the earth can be from your favourite walk? I love this idea in the case of a deceased pet.

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3.  Piece of Hair or Fur

Anything is possible as long as it is meaningful to you.

All of these ideas can be placed in the hidden compartment of a cremation jewelry pendant.Always and Forever Memorial Products: Heart Cremation Bead

Please remember that although most of our designs are on the “chunkier” side – the openings are still very small so don’t think too big!

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Do you have any other ideas on what to put into cremation jewelry?

We would love to hear about them!

**please note that I choose to use the words cremated remains NOT ashes.

Following a cremation you are left with remains that are then further reduced to a finer consistency.

You are never left with ash. 

The consistency depends on the processing equipment that a crematorium uses.

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