Cremation Ashes into Silver

Are you wondering what to do with your loved ones cremation ashes?  Maybe you have looked at those little ‘jewellery’ urns and they aren’t quite your thing. A different option would be to have something made from my ‘ashes into silver’ range.

I have developed a technique that allows me to mix a small amount of cremation ashes into silver itself so that it actually becomes a part of the piece.  Unlike an ‘urn’ where the ashes could be emptied out, my technique embeds the ashes into silver.

Because I work with silver clay, it is possible to craft pretty much any design. Texture mats enable me to incorporate beautiful patterns into your design.
ashes in silver pendant Silver jewellery with cremation ashes textured silver charm with cremation ashesYou could even have the ashes put into a charm that features your loved ones fingerprint, handprint or handwriting.  I can make the ashes visible in the silver (the lumpy effect), or I can hide them underneath the top layer of the piece so that you still get the smooth, shiny finish and no one needs to know that you have ashes  inside.  Only a tiny amount of ashes is needed, half a teaspoon will be more than enough to create this effect, leaving you with plenty of ashes to scatter or be made into other items.
Handwriting charm.cremation ashes in silver

If you are interested in having some cremation ashes added to your piece please do get in touch.

UPDATE:  I now also have a range of ashes in glass jewellery
Ashes in glass pendant

13 thoughts on “Cremation Ashes into Silver

    • At the moment i do not offer rings, however I will be taking a course at the end of March and I will hopefully be able to offer them after that. Please feel free to email me your design ideas. Thanks

  1. Do you have a design that is more masculine?
    Maybe smaller and a simple disc or a circle?
    Or a tree of life design?
    Just ideas.

  2. I have a ring with my daughters birthstone but I want to put my moms ashes into the band. Is there anyway to do that while still keeping the design of my ring.

    • Hi Sabrina, it might be possible but it isn’t something that I personally would do. I make all of my pieces from scratch, I do not work with existing jewellery. It’s too high risk and I would be worried that I would not be able to replace it if anything were to go wrong.

  3. I love your work! Can you tell me what the price would be for the teardrop shaped pendant with the tulip design. Thank you.

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