Cremation Ashes Ring & Memorial Rings | UK

Your New Stunning Handmade Ash Ring

A beautiful cremation ashes ring, handmade by Chris and his small team of skilled jewellers in his Kent, UK workshop. 

A unique range of designs made from scratch on site in sterling silver, 9ct gold, 18ct gold, and platinum. Hundreds of ash ring designs for you to choose from to keep those cherished ashes close and honour the loss of your loved one. Click here to see the wider range of ashes jewellery

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Unique Cremation Rings Handmade In Kent, UK

Cremation rings designed by me (Chris) and handmade in my own workshop in the precious metal of your choice. It is possible to tweak a design or indeed commission your own idea. I can pretty much make you any cremation ring. 

I can even recycle your own family jewellery into a new piece. I have been making bespoke unique pieces for over 25 years. So get in touch if you would like to discuss your own idea. 

Lucy's Recent Cremation Ashes Ring Commission

A recent custom commission for Lucy. A simple hammered ring design, has had James's ashes added securely into a secret chamber. 

The cremation ring was enhanced using James's handwriting as the inscription inside the band

You too can have a ring that holds your loved one's ashes. Turn your ashes into a ring. Choose your perfect urn ring from over 100 designs or commission your own idea. 

The Hammered Cremation Ring

FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About Cremation Ashes Rings

Can You Put Ashes In A Ring?

Yes, it is possible to turn cremation ashes into a ring. I specialise in creating beautiful and meaningful memorial jewellery using cremation ashes. Our skilled craftsmen have years of experience in the art of turning ashes into wearable pieces of jewellery, and we take great care in every step of the process to ensure that the finished product is of the highest quality.


To create a cremation ashes ring, we follow a precise process that involves mixing a small amount of the ashes with a resin or other material to create a solid, consistent form. We then shape and mould the material into the desired ring design, and finish the piece with polishing and other touches to create a durable and attractive piece of jewellery.


We offer a wide range of styles and materials for our cremation ashes rings, including gold, silver, and platinum. Our rings can also be customised with engravings or other personal touches to make them even more special and unique.


If you are interested in creating a cremation ashes ring to memorialise a loved one, we would be honoured to help you through the process. Our team is dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service and care, and we will work with you to create a beautiful and meaningful piece of jewellery that honours the memory of your loved one. Please feel free to contact us to learn more about our cremation ashes ring offerings and to discuss your specific needs and preferences.

How Much Does It Cost To Turn Ashes Into A Ring in 2023?

The cost for making cremation ashes rings in 2023 will vary depending on many factors. The metal chosen, I work in all the precious metals, silver, 9k golds, 18k golds and platinum. The amount of that metal, the complexity of the design and whether other gemstones are set.

All my designs are priced on my website and you can order directly from here.

Prices can vary from £120 to £3,000 or more. I offer a bespoke service so I can make a ring to your budget.


Typical Cost

Silver

£120 - £500

9k Golds

£295 - £995

18k Golds

£495 - £2,000

Platinum

£795 - £3,000

Is Cremation Jewelry Creepy?

Cremation ash jewelry is not necessarily creepy. In fact, many people find it to be a meaningful and respectful way to honor the memory of a loved one who has passed away. Memorial Jewellery can serve as a tangible reminder of the loved one, providing comfort and solace to the wearer.


There are many different styles of cremation ash jewelry available, from simple and understated to more elaborate and decorative. Some people choose to wear the jewelry as a way to keep their loved one close to them at all times, while others may choose to display it in their home as a way to remember and honour their loved one.


Overall, cremation ash jewelry can be a beautiful and meaningful way to memorialize a loved one, and it is not necessarily creepy. It is a personal choice that depends on the individual's personal preferences and beliefs.

How Do I turn My Ashes Into A Cremation Ring?

Simply choose from the selection above, the largest in the UK of bespoke handmade cremation ashes rings. I can also make you a custom ring. Place your order today, and I will send you a small pack for some ash. One teaspoon's worth is required, and all unused ash is returned.

  • Add Your Item To The Cart

  • Enter Your Details & Pay

  • We Will Send You A Pack For Ashes

  • Your Completion Date Is Below The "Add To Cart" button.

How Much Does A Cremation Diamond Cost in 2023 & Are They Real?

Buyer beware, I am sceptical that there are many, if any company's offering a legit "ash into diamond" service in 2023. The cost can range from £2,000 to £10,000 for just the stone. I have yet to find one company that I have confidence in their offer. My number one concern is simply this. On their websites, they can not, "for security purposes", reveal the location of their machine !!! You can not visit it !!! I don't know about you, but if I had a machine that could turn ash into diamonds, I would be put it in a glass room and offer tours around it. IT would be the focus of my company. Please be cautious; you will probably get ripped off. There are considerable profits to be made, pretending to make diamonds from ash. 

How Much Ash Do You Need To Make A Ring?

One teaspoon's worth of ash is required. All unused ash is returned to you. Most rings only require a bit of a pinch, it is all about the scale of the design, but it is just easier asking for a teaspoon's worth and not a pinch.

Can You Turn Pet Ashes Into An Ashes Ring?

Yes, pet ashes can be turned into ashes rings. The difference between human ashes and animal ashes is simply the size of the individual being cremated. A horse is bigger than a person which is bigger than a cat. Apart from that, we are basically the same sum of parts.

What's The Difference Between Memorial Rings, Cremation Rings, Mourning Rings, Bereavement Rings and Rings With Ashes?

These are the most common descriptions given to the same thing in 2023. You could argue that a memorial ring, bereavement ring and a mourning ring could simply be made in remembrance of an individual and does not have to contain any ash, hair or fur. There is a fantastic range of mourning jewellery in the V&A museum that would indeed back this up

Can You Recycle My Old Jewellery Into A New Ring With Ashes?

Yes, I can recycle your own jewellery into a new design and add the ashes of your loved one. You can therefore have pretty much any new design, and costs will vary depending on your requirements. Costs will start at £390. Please speak to me for a quote. 

5 Things To Know About Bereavement Rings

Here are 5 things to know about bereavement rings:

  1. A bereavement ring is a way to remember and honour a loved one who has passed away. They can be a symbol of love, loss, and hope. We have many fine examples of bereavement rings in the Victoria & Albert museum dating form the 1500's
  2. Memorial rings come in a variety of styles and materials. You can choose a ring that is simple and elegant, or one that is more ornate and personal.
  3. Bereavement rings can be worn on any finger. However, many people choose to wear them on the same finger that they wore their wedding ring. there are no traditions, so just wear them wherever you like. 
  4. Bereavement rings can be a source of comfort and strength during the grieving process. They can help you to feel connected to your loved one, even after they are gone.
  5. Bereavement rings can contain cremation ashes, hair, fur, or just a sample of their handwriting or fingerprint. They can be made form old jewellery or simply be a ring to remind you of that person, without the addition of ashes, hair or handwriting. 

If you are considering purchasing a bereavement ring, there are a few things that you should keep in mind. First, think about the style of ring that you would like. There are many different styles to choose from, so you can find one that reflects your personal taste. Second, consider the material that you would like your ring to be made of. Some popular materials include solid gold, 925 sterling silver, and platinum. Finally, think about your budget. Bereavement rings can range in price from a few hundred pounds to several thousand.

If you are looking for a way to remember and honour a loved one who has passed away, a bereavement ring may be the perfect choice for you. They are a beautiful and meaningful way to keep your loved one close to your heart.