Beyond the Sparkle: Delving into the Philosophy of Revere Jewellery - Aura-Star® Jewellery

Beyond the Sparkle: Delving into the Philosophy of Revere Jewellery

Cremation jewelry is a special type of jewelry that you can wear to honor a loved one who has passed away. It can be a sentimental and memorable piece of jewelry. This kind of jewelry is also known as remembrance jewelry, memento jewelry, revere jewellery, and ashes jewelry. Although it can only retain a little portion of your loved one's ashes, the majority of cremation jewelry is actually more akin to an urn that you may wear and carry with you everywhere you go.

Not-Containing Ashes Jewelry for Cremation 

Your cremation jewelry can be used to preserve other mementos, including a photograph, a lock of hair, sand from a favorite beach, an article of clothing, or even earth from a local cemetery, if you would prefer not to keep the ashes in it.

The custom of wearing Aura-Star ashes to jewellery, such as a necklace, is to carry the departed person's remembrance near at hand. It looks like a tiny locket or remembrance and is typically worn as a necklace.

A range of choices for jewelry during the cremation ceremony

As with other precious jewelry, cremation jewelry is available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and styles. The following are some common styles of jewelry for cremation:

Necklace or brooch for the traditional burial

The most popular kind of jewelry made from cremation is a necklace with a secret vial fastened to it to hold the ashes. The majority of individuals believe that this jewelry is quite classic. The majority of traditional designs of jewelry for cremation come with a little funnel and a threaded screw to hold the ashes in place.

Jewellery made of broken glass

During the jewelry-making process, a tiny amount of cremated ashes are infused with molten glass to create an exquisitely white surface. These glass can be used to produce a wide variety of jewelry pieces, such as pendants, rings, and earrings.

Diamonds for Cremation

Cremation diamonds are artificial stones created in a laboratory from the ashes of a loved one who has passed away. The technique of converting ash into diamonds, known as carbon conversion, was initially created in the 1970s. In this process, the ashes' carbon is compressed and cooked to extremely high temperatures, turning it into a diamond. After that, you might utilize these diamonds to create jewelry with cremation themes, such as bracelets, rings, earrings, and necklaces.

Creating Jewelry Out of Ash: An All-Inclusive Guide

You can wear these unique pieces of Ashes jewelry every day or keep them for really special occasions. Aura-Star can supply you with a wide range of options to choose from in order to assist you choose the design that best appeals to you.

Browse Aura-Star collection to find a necklace style that appeals to you among the many that Inscripture offers for holding ashes. Pendants can be made in many different shapes, including hearts, crosses, plain bars, and other intricate designs. However, you're not limited to wearing necklaces. Additionally, cufflinks, bangles, and rings come in a variety of patterns.

After selecting a design, you can have a message engraved or have it handwritten to give a personal touch. That might be the name of the person you care about or a phrase that conjures up your relationship with them. To tie everything together, you can even use your own handwriting or the handwriting of a loved one.

Simply take a picture of your handwriting and email it to Aura-Star together with the words or name you want engraved on the metal jewelry, if this idea appeals to you. Next, Aura-Star begin engraving the design of your choice onto the pendant, ring, bracelet, or cufflink's surface. When everything is finished, they package it everything in a gift box and send it to you along with directions on how to combine the ashes and jewelry.

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