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Cremation Jewelry Options

Cremation jewelry is becoming an increasingly popular and unique way to remember a loved one. More affordable than cremation diamonds, cremation jewelry comes in two types. You can choose to have a crystal made using a tiny portion of remains or purchase a piece of jewelry designed to hold a small amount of ash. 

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Starting from $100

Cremation Solutions offers a wide variety of cremation jewelry. They also sell urns, keepsakes and other aftercare products, including cremation diamonds. They offer free ground shipping from their location in Arlington, Vermont. 

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Start at $1,590

Memorials.com has been selling cremation jewelry, urns and many other aftercare related products (even caskets and headstones) since 2005. They offer a wide variety of products, including cremation pet products. They are based out of Corpus Christi, Texas. 

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Start at $1,590

Perfect Memorials sells cremation jewelry, urns, and outdoor memorials to help you remember your love done. They also offer items for pet owners!

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We know - it's not an easy decision. We believe endings should be special and filled with respect for a life well lived.  We work with the best providers to bring you the leading options available. 

Is cremation jewelery right for me and my loved one?

What Does Cremation Jewelry Cost?

$240 average cost

How to Decide

Selecting jewelry of any type is a decision to be made based upon personal tastes. The good news is that cremation jewelry comes in a wide variety of styles for you to choose from.

Perhaps you would like a small pendant to hold a small amount of remains or a lock of hair. Fingerprint jewelry and growing a diamond from the carbon in your loved one's ashes are other options. There are also plenty of cremation jewelry options for those mourning the loss of a pet.

Jewelry for ashes such as ash necklaces, cremation rings and other ashes jewelry is designed as attractive jewelry that also happens to contain some ashes of a loved one. There is no difference between human and pet cremation jewelry. 

Things to Know About Cremation Jewelry:

Jewelry is often a far less costly option than having a diamond grown.

You will need to place any ashes into the jewelry yourself. The jewelry usually includes instructions on how to do so. 

Instead of ashes, you could place a lock of hair, or even dirt from a cemetery plot, into the jewelry.

Our cremation jewelry partners also sell a wide variety of additional products, including urns, cremation art, keepsakes and sometimes even grave markers and headstones.

Necklaces for ashes and urn necklaces are popular choices!

The Final Word

Jewelry is a beautiful way to keep your loved one close to your heart. Our partners offer a wide variety of cremation jewelry options. So you'll be sure to find something you love! 

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