Many people that have lost a loved one get a keepsake to keep their remains close. This is a common practice in the United States and we deeply appreciate the need for quality cremation jewelry. These keepsakes hold ashes or a lock of hair from the passed; it is common to hold hair in the keepsake. There are several different materials you have to choose from for cremation jewelry. In the Light Urns has keepsakes in gold vermeil, sterling silver, stainless steel, wood and glass. We have some of the only rosary keepsakes available today. We take great pride in our diverse collection of jewelry and are always trying to better our store for our customers.
Here at In the Light Urns we have a high order of ethics and care in doing business in the funeral industry. Our cremation jewelry collection is vast and chosen from an even bigger group of keepsake urns. Our selections of products were made with consideration to our customers needs. We called most of our attention to being unique and providing jewelry that no other memorial company has. So far we have succeed in having several exclusive products that can not be found anywhere else.
Cremation jewelry is common and we try to make our collection a bit different than what most funeral homes and store provide. We have several necklaces and bracelets and are working toward rings and other keepsakes. These pieces of jewelry have a tiny compartment which is used to store a small portion of the ashes of a loved one. Sometimes it is best to designate one person to fill all the keepsakes. This is a good approach because this person will be capable of the job and will have some practice, so that the cremains are treated with respect and reverence. The family member that wants to have ashes needs access to the cremains. We do not recommend sending ashes to the person, but rather having the person come to the ashes in their entirety.
Currently there is a very interesting company that is working on making diamonds from cremains. This is a very smart way to include the remains of a loved one in jewelry. Carbon is extracted to begin the process of creating a diamond. After the entire process is completed the rough diamond is then skillfully carved into the desired shape. The result is quite beautiful and we encourage those seeking to have some kind of memorial jewelry, to have a look at their options with cremains in a diamond.
There are so many wonderful uses for memorial keepsakes. They allow for us to maintain a connection with the person that we have lost. Their presence can provide inspiration, closure, comfort and so much more. I hope this information has been useful to you.