Memorial Gifts: Cremation Jewelry

//Memorial Gifts: Cremation Jewelry

Memorial Gifts: Cremation Jewelry

Giving the gift of a memorial locket is a unique sympathy gift for the loss of a loved one or pet. A memorial locket, also known as a cremation locket, is an expression of love and understanding. The three memorial locket styles are tastefully designed. A memorial locket can be given to grandmothers, mothers, daughters, nieces, and friends. A cremation locket may also be worn by grandfathers, fathers, or sons who feel comfortable wearing a chain. A cremation locket is an appropriate memorial gift for pet owners, too. Wearing a memorial locket gives a feeling of comfort, holds a loved one close for always.

What we have once enjoyed we can never lose;
All that we love deeply, becomes a part of us.

Helen Keller

Personalize the gift of a cremation locket by combining it with a memorial poem found in Nana’s Corner poem directory.

Baxter Sterling Vessel – Vessel Cremation Locket

Retail Price: 54.00
Teardrop Flask Vessel – Vessel Cremation Locket
Retail Price: 54.00

Dana Prayer Box – Box Style Cremation Locket

Retail Price: 32.00

Heartsmith Jewelry
Specializing in Lockets and Sentimental Gifts

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  1. Misty 2009/12/10 at 10:17 pm

    My husband & I just recently lost our first child. I was only 6 months along but he was still our precious baby boy! He was perfect in every way. We could’nt wait to start our new life along with his. We decided that we would have him cremated so he could be @ home with us @ all times where he belonged. We also got 2 cremation memory necklaces that we had some of his ashes put into so he is with us every where we go! RIP: Donovan 09-02-09!

  2. Susan Adcox 2009/12/06 at 4:47 pm

    This is an interesting post. I didn’t know that such items existed. I’ve recently learned about other kinds of bereavement jewelry, such as items that commemorate miscarriages. I can see how such items would be comforting. I know when I wear a piece of jewelry bought for me by someone special, I always think of that person. My father’s caregiver buys a piece of jewelry in memory of each of her patients who has passed away.

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