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The History of Cremation Jewelry

While cremation jewelry is coming back into popularity in the U.S. today, the actual history of necklaces, pendants, and other jewelry that contain a small portion of a loved one’s ashes dates back to the time of Christ, when people would carry hair, nail clippings, or even drops of blood or tears within a glass [...]
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How to Find the Most Affordable Cremation Jewelry Online

If you have decided to purchase a piece of stainless steel cremation jewelry in order to carry a bit of your loved one forever, then you have also opted to buy a portable and beautiful memorial that will bring you comfort and joy as well. There are many options open to you when you choose [...]
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My Baby is Forever Close to Me

I never thought the tragedy of losing a child would strike out household, but when my husband and I lost our four-month old daughter to renal failure last year, the pain and grief that we felt was overwhelming. Michelle had been born premature and with several medical problems, and we were told that she might [...]
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How Photo Engraved Pendants Can Help Your Child Grieve

Dealing with death is difficult for everyone, but it is especially hard on children who are old enough to understand death but have never dealt with the passing of one close to them. In many cases, the first death that children must face is the passing of a childhood pet. Watching a pet age, grow [...]
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Top Reasons to Choose Cremation Jewelry

The rise in cremations over the past several years has left many families wondering how best to memorialize the passing of their loved ones. While funeral urns have long been the primary choice in such cases, recently more families are turning to cremation jewelry to memorialize their departed loved ones. Why choose cremation jewelry? Below [...]
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Helping Keep Mom Close

Recently the Wyndham family of San Jose, California lost their 86 year-old mother. The three daughters all knew that their mom wanted to be cremated, but they could not agree on what to do with her ashes. Margaret Wyndham had raised her three daughters by herself after their father was killed in a traffic accident. [...]
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Heirloom Jewelry

Among one of many difficult decisions when a loved one dies is how to suitably honor the deceased and care for their remains. The idea of cremation is increasingly popular with more and more people. While memorial urns have been a popular choice for generations, today many families are opting for cremation jewelry. The ashes [...]
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An Ash Pendant Helped Me Grieve

When I was growing up, I was very close to my father. I was his only daughter, and we had a bond that I’ve never had with anyone else. Even after I grew up and had a family of my own, we remained very close, so when my mother let me know that he had [...]
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How to Find Information about Cremation Jewelry

Different people have different ways of dealing with dead bodies depending on their cultures and beliefs. Cremation is just one of these methods that are preferred by many people. This is because it is not only easy, but also; it does not require a lot of space. However, it is important for one to find [...]
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Memorial Urns and Memory Jewelry for Your Loved One

Death of a loved is normally the most difficult phase to pass through in the life of an individual. Memories of the departed and the times one had when they were still alive provide comfort to those who are left behind. Individuals have a wide range of ways to send off their loved ones, some [...]
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