Cremation memorials were most often simple, classic shaped vases in which a person’s ashes were stored, protected, displayed and passed down through generations. Although the traditional vases are still used, keepsake cremation jewelry is one of the many new memorial forms that are becoming increasingly more common.
Today families can even choose a combination of classic and modern styles for a memorial. A loved one’s ashes can be stored in a more traditional urn, and the ashes can also be shared in keepsake cremation jewelry among relatives across distances. Cremation jewelry filled with tiny portions of a loved one’s ashes enables multiple family members to always keep a loved one close at heart. Cremation jewelry makes an especially loving and special tribute for siblings to honor a parent or grandparent, or parent for child.