Knowing that death is just a part of life does not make the event any easier for those who are left behind to grieve. People have searched for ways to deal with death for generations, for some the funeral process itself is more than just a ritual, it can actually provide closure. However, for some people having something to hold on to more than just memories or photographs can also be a part of the healing process, which is why keepsake jewelry is becoming so popular.
Does the idea of keeping a tiny lock of hair from your loved one close to your heart appeal to you? There are a variety of necklace pendants designed for just this purpose. Whether you want to keep a tiny memento such as a scrap of cloth, hair or even fingernail clippings there is a keepsake jewelry option for you.
Another option is to have your loved ones ashes made into a cremation diamond. This is of course a more expensive process, since the ashes must be placed under high pressure to create the jewel, but it is a wonderful way to keep them close long after they have passed. When it comes to remembering a loved one what better way than with a forever diamond?