Jewelry for Ashes

Although it will come to all of us there are times when a loved one dying is a very difficult time you will need to find ways to deal with this. Cremation has been popular for many reasons over the years and is growing in popularity every day. It allows you to not only scatter the ashes in memory but also to keep some to remain close to your loved one. Having jewelry for ashes is fast becoming a unique and special way to ensure that you can keep your loved ones close to your heart.

Fillable Gold Glass Dome

You can create a unique physical bond with the deceased by having some of the ashes made into jewelry for ashes. This piece of jewelry can be as small or as big as you want and be a totally unique design for you. They are designed to hold a very small portion of the ashes which allows you to either scatter the rest or keep in an urn. You can also have other pieces of jewelry for ashes made for other family members. Each person can design their own or have them all identical the decision is yours.

There are several different options that you have when deciding what jewelry for ashes to have made; you will have to think of the size, style and materials. You can have the piece made from many different materials from precious metals to wood. There are no limits when designing the jewelry for ashes as it should be personal to you. You can have it engraved with a date or phrase that the loved one said. The possibilities are endless.

Vista Glass Display

This type of jewelry for ashes is a discreet way for you to remain close to your loved ones you can choose to display the ashes or keep them hidden within the jewelry. This form of jewelry for ashes is a dignified and loving way to keep your loved ones memory alive and close to you. As more people want to do something different with their loved ones ashes this type of dedication is becoming very popular.

You can have themed jewelry for ashes which could be in the person’s favorite sport or something stylish and classy looking. The jewelry for ashes can be as expensive or as affordable as you want and you can choose cheaper crystals that will look as stunning. The jewelry should represent your unique style as well as the person you are remembering. You can choose to have a permanent piece of jewelry made or a piece to wear for special occasions.  Whatever design and style you choose is entirely your choice and you will love it no matter what it looks like.

If this is your way of dealing and coming to terms with your loved ones death then it is a great way to remember but move forward. Everyone deals with death in different ways and you have to find your way. If you want to keep the person close to you then jewelry for ashes is ideal as they will remain close and the bond you had will be kept alive.


  1. ellen
    Posted December 12, 2011 at 6:32 pm | Permalink

    “Ashes to ashes, dust to dust” is an instruction, not just an idea. Allow the dead to return from where they came. I believe this trend was created by people in the business trying to comme up with ideas for making money as burials became less common and creamations weren’t bringing in the dough.

  2. Jennifer
    Posted January 12, 2012 at 6:02 am | Permalink

    I would have not thought of this, til one day the fact that I had nowhere to visit or go to meditate my mother’s memory really got to me. I know that is a selfish idea, but after time I felt a need to have a place to go. I let it go and was fine with her wishes to go back… But then my son, almost 10, came to me and was very upset about the same thing. I never discussed the fact that I felt the same way, but it was very hard to see go through this. He asked me if there was a way to have her near even when she was gone. I told him everything a mother would tel her son to ease the pain and to try to understand, even though it is so hard to see them go through this. I told him I did keep some ashes, and he was instantly excited to know this and he asked if there was a way that he could have them. I then started looking for jewelry because someone told me of it. I found you. Thank you for such a great idea, some may think it was morbid, but I have found peace for my child, and me, thank you!

  3. Helen Hodge
    Posted June 6, 2017 at 4:38 am | Permalink

    My aunt passed away unexpectedly. And she was a full figured woman. So she had to be cremated. This is the first time that I can remember when we had a family member to be cremated. We would really like something that we can share as a family her ashes, but in a personal way too. And price is a consider too!

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