Cremation Jewelry

Cremation Jewelry

Best Reasons to Buy Cremation Jewelry

  • Discreet way to store ashes
  • Pendants are a way to create a small personal memorial
  • ​Keep a loved one close to the heart
  • Available in a variety of finishes, silver, stainless steel, gold, glass and more.

Cremation jewelry can serve as a small memento or tribute that can be worn close to the heart. Styles in high fashion or simple classics are created by a professional jeweler. No one would ever know that your pendant holds a tiny keepsake. Several of our jewelry styles require a signature upon delivery, please choose your delivery address with this in mind.

Choosing Cremation Jewelry

Cremation jewelry is a very personal way to create a small memorial. Jewelry for ashes is not a new idea, it's actually inspired by Victorian mourning jewelry. Back in the day, this style of jewelry was very popular and pendants, rings, and brooches were often fashioned from a loved one's lock of braided hair. Today the Victorian mourning jewelry is very collectible and Urn Garden is pleased to offer families a selection of stylish cremation jewelry designs. Many of the pendants are made by American jewelers. A modern twist on an old tradition. Families love the discreet style of having a loved one close to the heart and often buy several pieces for keepsakes to be given away at the funeral.

We have many styles of memorial jewelry and a great selection of keepsakes in both silver and gold, glass lockets, cremation rings, pendants, chains, and bracelets to accommodate your needs.

Our fine jewelry comes with instructions for filling and sealing.

Some people choose to disperse of the ashes in different ways. While many families choose to store all of the ashes in a single adult size urn, other options include dividing the ashes among several small pieces of cremation jewelry. These miniature keepsakes are worn as delicate pendants, bracelets, or rings with both masculine and feminine designs that will safely store a bit of cremated ash, lock of hair, or other tiny memorial items. This is a great way to keep the memory of a loved one very close, versus traveling to a cemetery to pay respect. Cremation jewelry can usually be found wherever traditional funeral urns are purchased, and may be handed out as a memento at the memorial service.