Whispers of Memory: Exploring the Meaning Behind Ashes Rings - Aura-Star® Jewellery

Whispers of Memory: Exploring the Meaning Behind Ashes Rings

Cremation or urn jewelry, sometimes called ash jewelry, is a beautiful way to remember a loved one who passed away and hold their ashes close to your heart. Jewellery is a wonderful way to create a lasting tribute that is both meaningful and heirloom-worthy.

Wearing the jewelry is like carrying a little urn of your loved one with you. To access the hidden compartment, one must unscrew a tiny screw. Once out, one can place ashes or other small, meaningful objects inside. Wearing Jewellery like Ashes Ring makes wearers feel closer to their loved ones and provides security. In this article, we will talk about Ashes Jewellery.

Various Ashes Jewellery Styles

Cremation jewelry is available in various styles, allowing you to discover the perfect piece to complement your taste. Necklaces with cremation pendants are among the most common, but other options include urn cufflinks, ashes rings, and ring sets for both men and women. To pay tribute to a loved one who cannot attend the wedding, the groom may choose to wear urn cufflinks.

Cremation jewelry: how to fill it?

All of the following are required to complete the Rings For Ashes:

  • A small screwdriver
  • A small funnel and a pin (often included with the item)
  • For a secure hold on your Jewellery after filling, you'll need glue and a cocktail stick.
  • A soft cloth.


  • Take your time removing the screw and carefully place the small funnel into the hole.
  • To fill the funnel with ash, use a teaspoon to pour a tiny amount. Don't worry about getting ash in the opening thread or overfilling the urn; a good starting point is approximately 1/8 of a teaspoon. Extra is always an option.
  • Carefully insert the ashes into the jewelry's opening using the silver pin. Fill it up to about 80% of the way, and make sure the thread at the compartment's entrance is empty; otherwise, you won't have a smooth time screwing the screw back in.
  • After you replace the screw, make sure it turns smoothly and sits flush with the Jewellery. Carefully scoop out a small ash and give it another go if it doesn't work.
  • You have the option of using glue to fasten the screw once you are satisfied with its snug fit. Carefully take the screw out, coat the thread with glue using a cocktail stick, and then screw it back in. If any glue gets on the Jewellery, use the cloth to remove it gently. Before wearing the item, ensure the glue has been set fully.

What are the possible contents of your Ashes Jewellery?

Most people keep cremation ashes inside the Jewellery, but some also keep other sentimental things. To place inside, you can preserve some sacred ground or burial dirt. It must be extremely fine and free of any stones or other objects too large to fit through the compartment's entrance. If you cannot visit the gravesite, you can honor the deceased's wishes by gathering soil or sand from a meaningful location. If you've lost a beloved pet, you can also keep a small lock of hair, fur, or whiskers inside the Jewellery.


Beautiful and adaptable, the ashes ring uk from Aura Star Jewellery is a touching and meaningful way to remember loved ones who have gone on, bringing you peace and letting you hold them near. ⁠ Cremation jewelry is common for mourners to commemorate a loved one at memorial services, weddings, and other special events.