Memorial Jewellery  | UK Handmade Custom Jewellery

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Making Ashes Memorial Jewellery.

Beautiful Memorial Jewellery for ashes made in hundreds of designs for you to cherish your loved one. UK handmade jewellery in 925 sterling silver, solid 9k golds, 18k golds and platinum. Made by Chris Parry and his team in his Kent workshop.

Keep your loved one close by creating your very special memorial jewellery piece. Commisison a new piece of jewellery or recycle your own old or inherited jewellery, to create a new family heirloom. 
memorial jewellery made as a bespoke commission for cremation ashes

Memorial Jewellery


Cremation Ash Rings


Cremation Ash Beads


Ashes Necklaces


Custom Cufflinks


Fingerprint Rings


Fingerprint Necklaces


Maker of memorial ashes jewellery, wedding rings and more. 

Handmade in the UK. 

Memorial jewellery maker Chris Parry at his workshop bench making cremation jewellery

Chris Parry - The Jeweller Behind Your New Ashes Memorial Jewellery

I'm Chris Parry, a bespoke jeweller with over 25 years of experience. I'm dedicated to creating extraordinary memorial jewellery for discerning clients like you, Whether you're looking for an engagement ring, wedding bands, memorial jewellery for ashes, or something else special.

All handmade in my UK workshop in Kent. 

I'll work with you to create a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry that reflects your unique style and personality. I'll take the time to understand your needs and vision, and I'll use my skills and experience to bring your vision to life.

I'm confident that you'll love your new commission, but if you're not completely satisfied, I'll tweak it, re-make it, or give you a full refund.

I look forward to working with you to create a piece of jewellery that you'll treasure for years to come.

You can read more about me here. Chris Parry - Bespoke Jeweller - My Story

Over 25 Years Experience

Personally hand making memorial jewellery in my own workshop for a quarter of a century.

Unique Designs

I design & make my own jewellery so you won't find any generic imported pieces here. 

Good Products

I utilise age old techniques and embrace new technology to bring you quality.

FAQ Frequently Asked Questions About Memorial Jewellery

What is Memorial Jewellery?

Memorial Jewellery Designs at the Victoria and Albert Museum dated 1855

Memorial jewellery is a type of jewelry that is created to remember or honour a loved one or cherished pet who has passed away. It can be made from a variety of materials, including ashes, hair, fur, or with someones fingerprint, handwriting, footprint, handprint or paw print. It can also be made from a piece of their jewellery they have left you.

Memorial jewelry can be a beautiful and personal way to remember someone who is no longer with us. It is not a unique idea and has been made for many centuries in the UK, a great collection can be found at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Some of these pieces date back to the 1600's

There are many different types of memorial jewelry available, including necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets. Some pieces of memorial jewelry are designed to be worn every day, while others are more special and are only worn on special occasions.

There are also many different styles of memorial jewelry available, so you can find something that is perfect for you.

If you are considering purchasing memorial jewelry, there are a few things you should keep in mind.

First, you will need to decide what type of material you want the jewelry to be made from. Ashes are the most popular choice, but hair or fur can also be used. You will also need to decide what design you want the jewelry to have. There are many different designs available, so you can find something that is personal and meaningful to you.

Memorial jewellry can be a beautiful and personal way to remember someone who is no longer with us. It is a way to keep their memory alive and to always have a piece of them close to you. If you are considering purchasing memorial jewelry, I encourage you to do so. So many of my clients comment on how it brings them great comfort.

Here are some of the benefits of memorial jewelry:

  • It is a beautiful and personal way to remember someone who is no longer with us.
  • It can provide a sense of comfort and closure.
  • It can be a way to keep your loved one's memory alive.
  • It can be a way to honour your loved one's life and legacy.
  • It can be a way to connect with your loved one on a deeper level.

If you are interested in purchasing memorial jewelry, please browse my website. I have




Bracelets / Charms


Fingerprint Rings

Fingerprint Necklaces

How much ashes do you need to make Memorial Jewellery?

One teaspoons' worth of ash is required to make memorial jewellery. 

In all honesty only a pinch is required for most pieces. We ask for a teaspoon's worth so we can choose what ash goes into your special remembrance jewellery. We use what we need and return ALL unused ash with your special commission. 

If you are purchasing several pieces of memorial jewellery, we only need one teaspoons' worth of cremated ashes for every 6 pieces ordered. We DO return all unused ash.

When you place your order, we will send you a small pack and disposable biodegradable bamboo spoon. Simply send one teaspoons' worth of ash back in the prepaid envelope.

free ash pack for memorial jewellery orders

How much does it cost to get ashes made into Memorial Jewellery?

From £90 to £3,000 or more. The cost depends on the complexity of the design you choose and the materials used. I make remembrance jewellery in 925 sterling silver, solid 9k golds (White Gold, Yellow Gold, and Rose Gold) solid 18k golds (White Gold, Yellow Gold, and Rose Gold) and platinum.

Some designs also have gemstones set. So the choice of diamond, sapphires or a semi precious stone will influence the cost.

All my jewellery is priced on this website, so please browse through all the collections. I also offer a custom bespoke service where you can commission your own idea.

In addition I can give you a quote to recycle your own jewellery into a new piece of memorial jewellery

What Is The Best Memorial Jewellery?

memorial jewellery pendant based on an idyllic beach, made by Chris Parry

The best memorial jewellery is the piece that resonates with you personally in three ways. The first is that the piece of jewellery is something that you would like to wear, either on special occasions or all the time. No point having something that you don't like. 

The second is that its design serves as a reminder of your loved one. Something they liked, a colour, a place or a design. Honouring them with a design that reminds you of them or time spent with them. 

The last thing that is important, is who made it for you. Some folk don't care about the source of the jewellery and therefore a cheap and cheerful steel item off Amazon is all they need. There is nothing wrong with that at all. Other folk like to have a connection with the person or company making their special memorial jewellery. So look for a company or person whose principles you respond to.

Does Jewellery Survive Cremation?

memorial jewellery ring in silver and 9k yellow gold

Yes and No.

The temperature to cremate does not exceed the melting point of metal, so most metal jewellery will survive the process albeit a little discoloured and tarnished. Most gemstones however will perish in the heat, with just a few like sapphire, ruby and diamonds surviving. 

Crematoriums will advise that anything non combustible should be removed for a cremation. 

It is not uncommon for a person to be buried with their sentimental jewellery. 

Is It OK To Wear Cremation Memorial Jewellery?

memorial jewellery ring in silver and 9k yellow gold

Yes, it is perfectly acceptable to wear cremation memorial jewellery as a way to honour and remember a loved one who has passed away.

These pieces often contain a small portion of the cremated remains or other meaningful elements. Wearing such jewellery can provide comfort and a tangible connection to the deceased. 

It is a personal choice that allows individuals to carry their loved one's memory with them, symbolising their ongoing presence and keeping their spirit close.

Ultimately, the decision to wear cremation memorial jewelry is subjective and should be based on individual preferences and beliefs.

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Sam Lyon

I absolutely LOVE the ring that Chris has made me, containing my dad's ashes. The ring is so well made, and was packaged so beautifully. Chris even went above and beyond in the delivery of this item. I ordered the ring in November and it …

Catherine Punter

We can't thank Chris enough for our beautiful rings. We had excellent communication and customer service, and Chris kept us updated throughout. He showed real empathy and kindness, as I recently lost my son. The quality of his work …

Eve & Mark Rogers

I can’t thank Chris enough for the service he provided for me and my family. After losing my dad in the summer, my step mum wanted us all to have rings with his ashes. We wanted Christmas delivery so we could all open them together. And …

Katie Hodges

I approached Chris after trying for a long time to find someone to make a bespoke ring for me, containing the ashes of my baby daughter who was stillborn and the three diamonds I’d had taken out my wedding band when it was resized. He …

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