Nowadays, as cremation jewellery is growing as a popular way to honour a loved one, more people are left wondering what their options could be. So, what if you don’t have any ashes? Or you don’t wish to use them? What if you have some hair? Can you put hair instead of ashes in your memorial jewellery?
Losing someone we love is something that we will all face at some point, it can be a very difficult time & experience, particularly when the person is close to you. Grief affects us all in different ways, but there is one thing that applies to most and it’s the desire to once again feel ‘close’ to the departed loved one. This is something that’s made possible with ashes jewellery. Here we look at the many benefits of ashes jewellery.
Each and every day we receive phone calls about whether can do something bespoke for a client and many of these turn into stunning commissions that are really very special and unique. We have created this guide so that you know what to expect If you choose to have a bespoke piece or cremation jewellery or a glass art memorial made that will be unique to you.
Cremation jewellery can bring so much comfort to those that have lost a loved one or pet. Once you have decided that you would benefit from owning such a personal and precious keepsake, you naturally start to look at the choices available from companies that offer such a service. Our guide on the materials usually used to make the cremation ash gemstone should help you to make this choice.
Choosing a piece of cremation jewellery or a piece of memorial glass is a really important decision to make. Not only do you want it to be everything you wish for, you will also want the quality to be fitting for such a special piece. This can sometimes make what should be a very positive experience seem a little daunting and stressful. Our guide on what to ask should help you choose the company that is right for you.