Cremation Jewelry

Cremation Jewelry: Beautiful and Versatile

Unique design, elegant styling, superior materials and expert craftsmanship – these are the qualities that make cremation jewelry a true modern-day art form. But the beauty of cremation jewelry lies not only in its exquisite appearance, but also in its versatility. 

Mention cremation jewelry, and most people will think of a classic ash pendant worn as a necklace, which is indeed the most common use of cremation jewelry today. But fundamentally, all cremation jewelry is urn jewelry – a tiny cremation urn designed to hold a small portion of cremated remains – and just as a cremation urn can occupy a niche in a mausoleum, a plot in a cemetery or a place of honor on a library shelf, cremation jewelry can be worn or displayed in several ways.

Cremation Jewelry as Accessory

Heart shaped case

Cremation jewelry isn’t always worn, however. One of the practical reasons people choose cremation jewelry is to allow several family members to share a loved one’s cremains, and these cremation keepsakes are often showcased in a place of honor in the home. Glass keepsake domes, heart-shaped cases and velvet-lined boxes not only protect cremation jewelry from damage, but also create a striking and dignified display.

Bracelet

For those who choose to wear their cremation jewelry, there are a number of options to choose from. The ever-popular ash pendant can be worn as an attractive accessory for all to see, or it can be worn under clothing. A pendant can display an image of the deceased, either encased in a locket or engraved or laser-etched on the jewelry’s surface. And cremation jewelry can also be worn as a bracelet or keychain.

Cremation Jewelry on Display

Display dome

Cremation jewelry isn’t always worn, however. One of the practical reasons people choose cremation jewelry is to allow several family members to share a loved one’s cremains, and these cremation keepsakes are often showcased in a place of honor in the home. Glass keepsake domes, heart-shaped cases and velvet-lined boxes not only protect cremation jewelry from damage, but also create a striking and dignified display.

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