Urn Necklaces for Ashes to Create a Memory of a Lifetime Cremation Necklace Pendants
When we lose a loved one or family member, there is little that anyone can do or say to help ease the grief felt. One of the most comforting things that many do, seemingly naturally, is to find a possession of the loved one to hold close. This is therapeutic in that we feel once again connected with the lost loved one. Urn necklaces allow us to hold a small memento of someone that has passed, such as a lock of hair, crushed ceremonial flowers, or even cremation ashes, close at all times. These beautiful pieces, then, give us the ability to reach out to the loved one at any time, as it is a tribute that can be carried along wherever life takes us.
Urn necklaces feature one basic style, which is a pewter top on a glass vile, but the designs offered for these interesting pieces vary greatly. These beautiful pendants feature highly detailed designs such as flowers, doves, wolves, fairies, and even abstract tops such as two figures that make up an infinity symbol. There is even a color option for the glass vile that goes with the pendant top, which can help further personalize the piece. These remarkable necklaces are ideal for younger people as many of the designs are contemporary; additionally they will be a great comfort for anyone who is struggling with a loss. While the glass vile is transparent, many are surprised to find the pewter top is so intricate that it serves as the focal point of the necklace, drawing attention away from the glass vile. This helps the necklace create a strongly comforting, yet discreet tribute.
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult situations that we will all go through at some point. These beautiful necklaces remind us that we are never alone. The essence of our loved one will live one through our memories, and the stories we tell our friends and future regenerations.
"I appreciate being able to contact someone by e-mail and by phone. That option is not always available on online sites. In my time of grief, I became very confused about what to do and was helped a great deal by being able to talk to someone. Thank you for that!" Pamela M.