What Is Cremation Jewelry?

By: Tom Gallagher
Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Dealing with losing a loved one isn’t easy, and coming to terms with that loss can be an uphill task for many people. However, at Nutmeg State Cremation Society, we know that this is just one aspect you have to deal with. What probably bothers grieving family members the most is that they will never see their loved one again, talk with them, and see them around.

It’s why many people memorialize their deceased family members in different ways. They keep photos and memorabilia around the house or find solace in some other way. Cremation jewelry is a great way to keep your loved ones close to you and feel more connected with them.

What Is Cremation Jewelry?

Cremation jewelry is jewelry made from a departed person’s ashes (cremains). Some people also call it memorial jewelry, remembrance jewelry, or funeral jewelry. You can incorporate your loved one’s ashes in accessories or your choice. Some types of jewelry people opt for include:

  • Lockets
  • Necklaces
  • Rings
  • Bracelets
  • Amulets
  • Other

Is Cremation Jewelry An Acceptable Trend?

As mentioned earlier, some people feel the need to keep the departed soul close to them, and they find that cremation jewelry is a good way to do this. Some others raise concerns about this trend on moral grounds, and they don’t accept the idea of creating cremation jewelry at all.

Others are scared or wary about using jewelry containing the ashes of a person. However, people’s mindset about this trend is changing slowly and steadily. The jewelry you opt for can be as elaborate or discreet as you want it to be.

At Nutmeg State Cremation Society, we offer start-to-end cremation services and can help you with all aspects of this process. We can also provide you with additional information regarding different types of cremation jewelry.

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