Memorial jewellery is a wonderful way to keep your loved ones close by after they’ve passed. There are a number of different ways to do this and there are many choices that can meet your needs. Whatever your style, you’ll find that there’s a piece of jewellery that will work for you.
Jewellery for Ashes
Cremains can be kept in an urn, but many people want to keep their loved ones closer. There are pieces of jewellery that are designed with cremains. Some jewellery will incorporate the cremains into the jewellery itself, using it to create a diamond or other types of stone.
Resin jewellery may encapsulate ashes, as well and can provide another way to keep that special someone close to you. Other pieces of jewellery provide a small space to keep ashes. These are often referred to as urn pendants.
Jewellery for Hair
Keeping a lock of hair is a popular way to keep someone with you once they’re gone. You can have the hair added to a resin gem to preserve it forever. It can also be placed inside a locket so you can keep the hair in a way that lets you touch it when needed.
Fingerprints are unique to every person and this means you can take a fingerprint and engrave or etch it into a piece of jewellery, such as a pendant or a pair of earrings. If you have taken a mould of the person’s finger, then it’s possible to cast it so you can feel their fingertip again for years to come.
Do you have a card or letter from that special someone with their handwriting on it? This can be preserved on jewellery with engraving. You may even preserve the piece of their handwriting in a piece of resin, such as a resin bracelet. Handwriting may also be turned into a tattoo, which, while not jewellery, will help you keep your loved one close to you.
There are ways to ensure your loved one’s memory stays close to you at all times. From jewellery to tattoos, there’s something for everyone. You can use a piece of hair, a fingerprint, a love letter, or even their ashes to create something special that will always keep them nearby.