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Handwriting Signature Cufflinks
The Cufflinks vary in dimension depending on the dimensions of the handwriting.
As a guide they will be 20mm-30mm long and 10mm-20mm tall
The cufflinks are 1mm deep
Simply scan and e-mail your handwriting to me. Don't worry about scale, as I can scale it to a suitable size for the cufflinks.
A short inscription of 15 characters can be added to the reverse.
Made in the UK but sent worldwide.
Once made your item will be sent via Royal Mail Special Delivery. A tracked and insured service.
Phone: 01322 867393 Mon - Fri (9-5).
Unit 4 Horton Road
Recycle Or Repair
Have that precious item restored to its former glory or perhaps have it dismantled and made into a new piece.
Quotes for restoration or re-modelling are typically between £100 - £1,000 depending on the complexity and time required.
FAQ Frequently Asked Questions
How much ashes do you need to make a piece of jewellery?
One teaspoons' worth of ash is required.
A little ash goes a long way. We ask for a teaspoon's worth of cremation ash, we won't use it all and we return all unused ash. Read more here. We only actually need a pinch but we can select the best ashes for your piece. The ashes will contain different colors and grain sizes, so it can be helpful to be able to choose the ones that will look best in your jewelry. We will return all unused ash
When you order I will send you a small pack for some ash, which will include a biodegrable bamboo spoon
- Use one heaped teaspoons' worth of ash.
- Be careful not to spill the ashes. Don't do this in a draught.
- If you have any questions, just give me a shout.
Once you have the ashes safely in the pack, pop them into the pre-paid envelope and simply post them to me. You are more than welcome to bring them in person.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind when ordering cremation jewelry:
- The cost of cremation jewelry varies depending on the materials used and the complexity of the design.
- Your commission is handmade from scratch just for you, naturally this will take a little time to accomplish
- It is important to choose a reputable jewelry maker who uses high-quality materials and has a good reputation.(like me !)
- Some jewellery companies offer to turn a piece around in a few days. Sadly I am in great demand, please look just above the "add to cart" button for a guide to completion dates.
Cremation jewelry is a beautiful way to remember your loved one. It is a personal and meaningful way to keep them close to you always.
Where can I get ashes made into a necklace or jewellery?
Here. I can make your very special cremation ash necklace, ring or piece of special jewellery.
I work for clients all around the world. You can make an appointment and come visit or simply order from my website or via e-mail or phone
I have hundreds of designs on this website or you can commission your own idea in any precious metal. I can also recycle your own old jewellery into a new piece with cremation ashes added.
How much does it cost to have ashes made into jewellery?
£90 to £3,000 or more.
I make a wide range of cremation ash jewellery. I make cremation ash beads, charms, rings, pendants, earrings, necklaces, bracelets and more.
I make all my items in 925 sterling silver, solid 9k golds (white gold, rose gold, yellow gold), 18k golds (white gold, rose gold, yellow gold) and platinum.
Some of my designs are set with gemstones both precious like emeralds, diamonds, sapphires and rubies. Also no precious like amethyst, topaz and cubic zirconia. In fact I can supply and set any gemstone.
All my pieces on my website are priced please have a look around.
I also make custom bespoke memorial jewellery.
How do I place an order?
Really simple, place your order on my website as the easiest way. We will send you an ash pack if your are ordering a cremation ash piece. If you are after a bespoke piece or want to do it over the phone, you can phone to place your order.
How much ashes do you need to make a diamond?
One teaspoon's worth of ashes is required to make most cremation ash jewellery.
There are four main techniques used in the creation of jewellery. Making diamonds from ash is one, but they can also be added to resin, glass and the metal itself.
Making diamonds from cremation ashes, whilst technically possible is sadly being offered by companies that probably don't actually provide the service. Instead they sell you a regular diamond at an inflated price.
So it is very much a case of "buyer beware" when it comes to diamonds from ashes.
The biggest "tell" for a company NOT making diamonds from your ashes, is that their website will be super vague as to where their machine is and there will be no pictures/videos of it or the lab. Just please be super cautious.
Personally I do not know of a single company that I can hand on heart vouch for.
How much ashes do you need to make a ring?
One teaspoons' worth of ash is required.
In truth most ash ring designs only require a pinch. Therefore a teaspoon's worth of ash will be enough to make a dozen rings.
We ask for a teaspoons' worth of cremation ashes so that we can select the most suitable pieces to include for your ash ring design.
All unused ash is naturally returned to you when your cremation ashes ring is complete.
You can order your FREE cremation ash pack here.
We send out a free ash pack when you place your order anyway, but if you want one in advance, please click on the link.
What jewellery can you put ashes in?
Resin, glass, and metal are typically used to add ashes to jewellery.
A jeweller specialising in cremation ash jewellery is the best solution to help you add ashes into jewellery.
I use several techniques to make extra special memorial jewellery and you can browse hundreds of designs right here on this website.
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