Cremation / Memorial Jewellery & Keychains
Queen Victoria was the first to bring about the idea of what was then known as mourning jewellery after the death of her beloved Prince Albert. There are some stunning examples in the V&A Museum of such Victorian keepsakes. Dried flowers from a funeral arrangement, some sacred ground from the burial site, a small amount of ashes or even a small lock of hair can be gently placed in your cremation jewellery - creating a beautiful, bespoke item with your loved one and you in mind. Cremation necklace pendants, keychains, rings and ornaments are a wonderful way to commemorate a loved one and to keep them close to you no matter where you go.