Ashes Jewellery UK | Cremation Jewellery

Ashes To Jewellery - Made By Chris

Human Ashes & Pet Ashes Into Jewellery

Welcome to my Ashes Jewellery page. Here you will find an extensive range of rings, necklaces, pendants, beads, earrings and more. All handmade in my UK workshop in a sleepy village in Kent. 

I've added a short video all about ashes into jewellery, please have a little watch, it's only 2 minutes long.

I have been making cremation ashes jewellery for 23 years, and have shipped to all four corners of the globe. Rest assured, if you are after a piece to cherish the ashes of your loved one, you are in the safest of hands here.

In addition to making jewellery in 925 silver, 9k golds, 18k golds and platinum. I can also recycle your own family jewellery into a new piece. Adding your beloved ashes into jewellery made just for you from your own jewellery. 

Alternatively you can commission your own ashes to jewellery idea. I just need a full brief of what you would like making and I can give you a quote. Get in touch here. 

Get in touch if you would like to discuss a bespoke commission

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If you would like to keep up with my ashes jewellery pieces, I add videos frequently to my Tik Tok and Instagram pages. 

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Ashes To Jewellery

Ashes jewellery is a beautiful and unique way to keep your loved one close. Whether you choose a necklace, bracelet, ring, or other piece of jewellery, ashes jewellery can be a cherished keepsake that you can wear every day.

Deceased fingerprint jewellery is also possible. You can have their precious fingerprint expertly engraved onto virtually any piece of jewellery.
Check out the Memorial Fingerprint Necklace options. Perhaps a Fingerprint Necklace Dog Tag for him? You can also have a Memorial Fingerprint Ring.

The most popular item I make would be a necklace made from ashes, closely followed by an ashes ring. Whatever your requirement, I can deliver you something you'll love forevermore. Order online today. 

All the precious metals, sterling silver, gold and platinum. Ashes jewellery UK based maker of fine memorial jewellery. 

F.A.Q. Questions About Ashes Jewellery

What Ashes Into Jewellery Can You Make?

You can have a wide range of Ashes Into Jewellery made. 

  • Made in all the precious metals
  • 925 Sterling Silver
  • 9k Golds (White, Red, and Yellow)
  • 18k Golds (White, Red, and Yellow)
  • Platinum.

  • The widest range of handmade ashes jewellery in the UK

  • Handmade in the UK just for you

  • Making Cremation ash jewellery for over 23 years.

  • Commission your own bespoke idea.
  • Recycle your own jewellery into a new pieces of ashes jewellery
Can You Make Jewellery Out Of Cremation Ashes?

Yes, Memorial Jewellery is very popular. I can make your special cremation jewellery from your loved ones ashes, in one of several ways. As a jeweller making pieces from scratch in my own workshop I can offer you my full range of expertise. Simply browse my website here to find your perfect piece or commission your own idea. Jewellery from ashes is simply one of the most rewarding items to make.

I have been making memorial jewellery  for over 20 years. I can use ash, hair, fur. I have even set baby teeth or dog teeth in pieces. You can have handwriting or signatures, doodles and drawings engraved on special pieces of jewellery. I have engraved heart beat and voice sound waves. I can also recycle old jewellery into new pieces for you to wear. 

  • Ashes can be added into glass for some designs. 

  • Ashes into resin is the most versatile of materials to safely add ashes. 

  • I can add ashes directly into the metal of the jewellery piece. A technique I created , which is now being favourably copied by my competitor's.

  • I can add ashes into a specially prepared gemstone. A unique offering, only available here. 
How Much Does It Cost to Make Jewellery From Ashes in 2023?
Price rangeDescription
£6.99 - £50Self-filled jewelry made of base metal, steel, or brass. You fill the jewelry with ashes yourself Have a look on Amazon or Ebay
£30 - £300Jewelry made by individuals or companies that do not make their own jewelry pieces. They add ashes to existing jewelry using resin or in the same way as above. The jewelry is typically made of silver or 9k gold. You will find lots of cheaper jewellery, just have a google
£100 - £2,000Jewelry made by real jewellers who make their own jewelry pieces in their own workshop. They can make bespoke pieces or recycle your own jewelry. The price depends on the materials used.

From as little as £6.99 to £10,000 or even more. The first option and the cheapest is a self filled piece of jewellery. These can be found quite easily on sites such as Amazon for £6.99 to £50. They are base metal, steel or brass, and you simply fill them with ashes yourself. A small grub screw is then used to close the hole. A simple and cost effective way to carry your loved ones ashes. 

The next option which would cost £30 - £300 is to use an individual or company that does not make their own jewellery pieces, but charge you to add ashes to them using resin or in the same way as above. You can google for that type of service and you will quickly see the quality of the finished pieces that are possible for this type of price range. Just check what their refund and warranty policy is, if anything at all. Typically these individuals will only have access to silver or sometimes 9k golds. You won't find them working in 18k golds or platinum. 

You will then find real jewellers like me, who make their own jewellery pieces in their own workshop. They don't buy in mass made pieces and would have the ability to make you a bespoke piece, or even recycle your own jewellery. These individuals, like me are much harder to find. The price range will spread from £100 up to £2,000 or more depending on materials used. Again, just ask what their refund and warranty policy is.

How Much Does It Cost to Make Diamonds From Ashes?

The highest price point would be £3,000 to £10,000 or more and this is the area for turning ashes into diamonds. 

I would add a HUGE word of caution here. There are several company's that offer this service , but I am so heavily sceptical. You will, by all reckoning get a real diamond (maybe) but it would have been made by mother nature and not by them. 

Here is my word of caution on such company's. If I had a machine that could turn ashes into diamonds, I would put it in a glass room and offer tours. I would have it live streaming 24 hours a day. It would be quite an impressive thing. 

What you will find on websites, by company's offering to turn ashes into diamonds, is that their machine is in a secret location. Hhmmmmmm, so secret you can't visit and see it !! Be careful, buyer beware. 

How Much Ashes Do You Need To Make Jewelry?

When making ashes into jewellery, a teaspoons' worth of ash is required. A little goes a long way. Only a pinch is actually required to make a piece of jewellery, so a teaspoon's worth of ash would make a dozen pieces. All unused ash is returned with your commission. 

Can You Make Pet Ashes Jewellery ?

Pet ashes are in essence the same as human ashes. The cremated ashes from any living form will be reduced to the same cremains. The only difference will be the size of the loved one lost. A horse is bigger than a pony, which is bigger than a human, which is bigger than dog, a cat and so on. You can therefore get ashes from any beloved lost animal. The resulting ashes, can then be used in the same way that we use human ashes. After all, for most folk, a pet is part of the family. Start here for your journey into Memorial Jewellery

Can You Shower or Swim With Cremation Jewellery On?

The jewellery itself is not affected by plain water, however it is best to remove the jewellery when swimming or showering. The sea has a degree of salt in it, which can affect silver jewellery. Swimming pools and jacuzzis have chemicals added that can affect 925 sterling silver and make it tarnish. When bathing, you may use a beauty product, shampoo or suchlike that might tarnish silver or chemically damage the resin in cremation ash jewellery. So whilst water itself is OK, it is the chemicals in the water that could damage your jewellery. 

Can You Make Jewellery With Hair Instead Of Ashes?

Yes, I can add hair to most pieces of my jewellery in the same way that the cremated ashes are added. 

How Do You Make Ashes Into Jewellery?

There are four ways that I can get your special ashes into jewellery. Each technique is appropriate for the design shown, so some techniques are not interchangeable. 

Infused in a special jewellers resinThe ashes are mixed with a special resin that is used to make jewellery. The mixture is then poured into a custom made piece and allowed to cure. Once the resin has cured, the jewellery is ready to be worn.
Infused into glass whilst it is in a molten stateThe ashes are mixed with molten glass. The glass is then slowly cooled and cut ready to be set into the jewellery. Once the glass has cooled, the jewellery is ready to be worn.
A void is created within a metal piece of jewellery and then laser weld shut. A small void is created within a metal piece of jewellery. The ashes are then laser welded into the void. Once the laser welding has been completed, the jashes inside are water and air tight. There but unseen
Inserted into a special cubic zirconia gemstone that I cut by handA small hole is drilled into a cubic zirconia gemstone. The ashes are then inserted into the hole. The hole is then sealed with a special resin. Once the resin has cured, the gemstone is ready to be set into a piece of jewellery.

Fingerprint Necklace

Checkout a huge range of handmade fingerprint necklace pieces. whether the fingerprint is from a beloved deceased member of the family or not

A recent bespoke ashes ring commisison in platinum.

A recent commission for a lovely lady. A meandering line of ashes in a dark purple runs around the ring, with a fingerprint hand engraved either side. A stunning ash ring made from scratch in my UK workshop. 

You can choose your new memorial jewellery from my collections or commission your own idea. I can also recycle your old jewellery into a new piece for you.