Gold cremation jewelry is a popular choice for families that want to honor the spirit of their loved one and keep precious memories close to your heart. Talented American jewelers created styles in our collection of gold urn necklaces ranging from nature, hearts, lockets, ancient symbols and abstract designs. Each has the ability to represent the unique personality of your loved one. Our 14k gold dipped urn pendants come with a free black silk cord. Chains may be ordered separately.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for or have any questions related to our collection of gold urn jewelry, feel free to contact us or give us a call at 1-888-876-1467
A well-chosen piece of gold cremation jewelry is an intimate, very personal way to memorialize a loved one. It can give the wearer great comfort, strengthening their spirit; helping them to live an inspired, meaningful life – despite the loss of a beloved family member.
Gold has been treasured by cultures around the world for thousands of years. On the grand scale, think of the opulence of the death mask of Egyptian King Tutankhamun. On the small –but no less significant – consider the gold mourning jewelry worn by upper-class Victorians.
Their need to keep the memory of a deceased loved one close to their hearts started a tradition, which continues today. By selecting a gold urn necklace from Urn Garden’s collection of memorial jewelry, you’ll pay tribute to your loved one and express your understanding of this expressive mourning tradition.
What is Gold Vermeil? Gold vermeil is 23K gold-plating over sterling silver.
Are the pendants waterproof? We do not recommend Submersing pendants in water after they are filled is not recommended as it may weaken the bond.
Do the pendants contain nickel? 14K cremation jewelry does not contain nickel.
What is a gold filled chain? Our 14 karat gold-filled is marked as 1/20 14K. Gold-filled jewelry, with reasonable care, will last a lifetime.
Cremation urn pendants hold a very small amount of ashes; which are precious, and irreplaceable. As a result, it would be smart to remove cremation jewelry before being exposed to water, such as when swimming, or bathing. For more tips on caring or cleaning your gold urn pendant visit the Cremation Jewelry section in our Learning Center. There you’ll find resources of all kinds.