Resin cremation ashes ring in solid sterling silver handmade setting. We lose a person we love, or a pet who has been our companion through thick and thin, we might want a physical way to keep them close. We will respectfully embed your loved one’s remains into a resin cabochon (“stone”), check you’re happy with the colour and set it as a cremation ashes ring. We use only the ashes provided in all of our memorial creations unless you ask otherwise. If you’d like to read more about the cremation process and watch a tasteful video please click here (please note that the video shows the deceased and may be triggering for some).
Cremation ashes Ring Resin Colour Options
You can classic ashes with clear resin, or pick one of our colour sparkle mixes to be added to the resin. Look at the colour options page here to see more info about each variation and examples, including how each colour works with birthstones (see below). Each piece will look unique because of the natural colours of the ashes and we can’t predict the results. We can do any colour; if you’d like something different just choose the closest colour and tell us in the notes the shade you’d like. For example, if you’d like “baby blue” choose Aegean blue above and write “baby blue colour resin” in the comments.
Adding A Lock Of Hair
You can add a lock of hair or petals as an additional element to any of our cremation ashes memorial jewellery. Just write what you’d like in the “adding hair” box above. Adding a second person/pet’s ashes is free, just put a note in the comments with the names of the people who the ash belongs to, we will send you two pots. For example, “we’d like each ring to contain ashes from Gran and Uncle, please send a kit with two pots for them”. You don’t have to mix them to send, we can label the pots for you.
cremation Ashes sending kits
We’ll post you a kit to post us the ashes a week or so after you order and here’s some advice on sending it in, please read it. It’s really important you keep some ash back and don’t send too much. “Less is more” with cremation ashes jewellery.
Cremation Ashes Ring
Silver Stacking Ring Settings
These totally handmade Sterling silver rings are available in several different styles of setting. They are handcrafted by keepsake artist and jewellery designer Nikki Kamminga and are made in-house. Stacking rings can be worn next to one-another and collected just like charm beads. Some people like to combine metals like gold and platinum in their stack.
You can choose “send sizer” from the ring size dropdown above and we will post one out with your kit. It’s no extra charge. Twisted and bubble wire rings will be made in the size provided and are comfort fit and easy to put on. The wide band rings such as textured, brushed and shiny will automatically be made a size bigger to allow for their width. Please do not use a tape measure! See our terms and conditions for more info on ring sizing and responsibilities.
engraving your cremation ashes ring
We can engrave text and numbers on the inside or outside of the band. We’ll always engrave the inside of the ring and in Arial font as standard but let us know if you’d like the engraving on the outside instead, or in a different font.
Add your text, up to 60 characters – upper and lower case, numbers and punctuation in your chosen font. You can choose Roman numerals, birth, marriage or death coordinates (we’re happy to help you work that out), or messages of love and remembrance. Here are some you can copy and paste as well.
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Social Media Reviews for the Memorial and Cremation Ashes Rings
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These are from the most amazing company @tree_of_opals I contacted Nic to ask her to do a pro bono piece as I really wanted a ring with Fliss’s ashes and some of my breastmilk in, I can honestly say Nic is amazing she is so talented and each of these have my baby girls ashes in. They are all made from scratch and every single piece is beautiful 💗💗 #treeofopals #princessfliss #felicitygeorge
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. In India today, moonstone is considered to be sacred and magical. It is thought to be a “Dream Stone”, bringing about sweet and beautiful dreams – Moonstones