It’s always difficult to lose a loved one and even harder to come up with a way to memorialize their life, not just dwelling on their passing and the heartbreak that the family feels. Finding a way to celebrate their life, not just their death can not only bring about some sense of closure, it means that you and your family have taken the time to celebrate the deceased and their great deeds and accomplishments will live on forever. Everyone is entitled to this ultimate show of respect and it can be a comfort for the living as well. Memorial jewelry has become a popular way to hold loved ones that have passed close to your heart in the form of ash pendants and a variety of timeless cremation jewelry.
All of us deal with the loss of a loved one in different ways and for many it’s just not enough to spread their ashes over one of their favorite places or even to simply have their ashes placed in an urn on a bookcase or in a mausoleum. There’s nothing wrong with these burial methods but for some it just feels much too final. Wearing an ash pendant designed to memorialize the deceased is the perfect way to keep them close to you all the time.
With cremation jewelry you can now always have a very personal and totally unique piece of jewelry to remember the deceased by. Cremation jewelry keepsakes are available in a variety of styles and unique designs based on the amount of ashes you plan on using, and the size of the keepsake you prefer. You can have a beautiful glass and ash pendant created using a small amount of ash as well as a solid gold ring if you prefer. The jewelry choices are limitless and include lovely pieces like necklaces, bracelets and earrings that only require small amounts of ash.
The passing of someone you’re close to is a very vulnerable time where most of us are looking for a way to relieve the pain of their passing. Taking the time to browse through beautifully crafted cremation jewelry for that special design that speaks to you will help relieve your loss and even if it’s just for a little bit, it will be well worth it. You’ll also be creating a piece of history that represents the deceased that you can pass on to future generations.