Wedding Band for Pet Ashes in Silver or Gold
We are extremely proud to launch our first ever Men’s Wedding Band for pet ashes in Silver or Gold. It is completely timeless and will hold a small amount of ashes forever. We designed this for a customer with an amazingly talented local jeweller. She will use a small amount of ashes and set them within resin into either 925 Silver or 9ct Gold.
Ring size – to fit you
Ring Width – 6mm or 8mm
Size of ashes inlay – 3mm
This ring got the most votes in a recent FaceBook Competition people said they liked the simplicity of the design and would wear it themselves even if it wasn’t as a wedding ring!
Setting your beloved pet’s ashes into a coloured stone is a very special way to remember them, you can choose from our birthstone range – see below – or you can request a bespoke colour* it is your wedding after all!
We have more information about birthstones on our blog. Here is the list of birthstones by month that might be helpful for you:
January = Garnet, although garnets can come in a wide range of colours it is traditionally a red colour
February = Amethyst, this is a beautiful purple colour.
March = Aquamarine, a gorgeous colour and what we base our Aqua coloured glass on.
April = Diamond, a girl’s best friend, not a cheap option but the ashes into diamonds can be faceted which works really well with more traditional jewellery items, our clear version is the closest option.
May = Emerald, a fabulous green and the gem of Venus.
June = Pearl, a classic and very English choice.
July = Ruby, a deep red colour.
August = Peridot, a light green.
September = Sapphire, a dark blue.
October = Tourmaline tourmaline can often come in a really pretty pink.
November = Topaz, a dusky orange birthstone.
December = Turquoise, a light blue stone.
Ordering a Wedding Band
Making your Wedding Band
The jeweller hand makes each ring using only the highest quality 925 Silver. The ashes are set into the coloured resin and then securely sealed.
Caring for your ashes stone jewellery
Each ring is tested and can withstand an admirable amount of bashing and general wear and tear. We cannot guarantee it won’t break although the jeweller does test them thoroughly. As it is a resin it might scratch over time but we think this adds to it’s unique charm.
Click this link for more information about caring for cremation jewellery