Memorial keepsakes are growing in popularity. That is because these jewelry pieces address a need of pet owners that is very important. After losing an animal, for a while it is difficult to be happy without your friend nearby. Pets are cherished members of the family; their owners spend a lot of time with them, whether at play or just for simple companionship. When a pet passes on, this can deal a tremendous blow to the pet owner, especially if the pet owner happens to be a child.
Keepsakes for pets are perfect for those who wish to cope with their grieving, by having a small piece of jewelry. People are still expected to go on with their lives no matter how big or small their loss is. Having a memorial of your pet near you, assists with the grieving process and helps get the person through this difficult time in their life.
The reason why using cremation jewelry are seen as a good method of grieving is because these jewelry pieces come in so many designs and styles that many of them do not look like cremation jewelry at all. The space inside of a keepsake is quite small, usually measuring approximately one cubic inch. The ashes, lock o f hair or other memento are placed inside this very small space. Many of the pieces of jewelry by J. L. Cunningham have a very petite and elegant look, so that they look more like a piece of jewelry, rather than a keepsake.
Numerous websites allow you to buy these pet keepsakes, and you can choose from the varying materials like ceramic, stone, wood or metals like gold, silver, brass etc. With so much to choose from, it could sometimes get difficult in deciding which one would be best to memorialize your pet. We encourage you to browse the many stores online to find the perfect memorial. You can also call us and we can assist you in your search – (800) 757-3488. There are so many beautiful pieces of jewelry that you can choose from; click on a photo to view more of our keepsakes.
The purpose of this article is to encourage you to consider cremation jewelry as a memorial. You can choose cremation jewelry with religious themes, such as crosses, angels or the Star of David. You can also pick out cremation jewelry that look so whimsical no one would think that they actually hold the cremated remains of your pet. Thank you for reading and I hope we have helped.