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Lavish Heart Cremation Jewelry

Lavish Heart Cremation Jewelry

5 Stars 4 product reviews

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QTY:
$39.99
Stock Status:
On Backorder
Expected release date is Jun 15th 2017
Specifications

Size:

1”w x 1”h

Holds cremains:

Yes

Engravable:

Yes

Material:

Brass w/ Rhodium Plating and Millefiori Art Glass

Product Code:

EVR6124

In the Box:

Pendant
20” Matching Chain
Gift Box
Instructions

Filling Kit

Highlights
 
 
 
CHAIN OPTIONS
silver free cremation jewelry chain
silver upgrade chain for cremation jewelry
cremation jewelry chain hang length guide
PRODUCT DETAILS
Here is an elegant way to heal your broken heart with this Lavish Heart Cremation Pendant that has a special inner cavity that you can fill with ashes, a lock of hair, or even some sacred ground. Your urn keepsake pendant has a beautiful center of handblown glass that is called Millefiori and is set into a rhodium plated finish. The back of your urn keepsake has a pearled enamel that can be engraved. The engraving will be very subtle due to the delicate finish. Size 1"w x 1"h
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  1. The most beautiful piece of jewelry! 5 Star Review

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    I bough this necklace as a gift for a close friend that recently put her dog to sleep. She was more than just a dog to her. They had her cremated and I collaborated with her husband to fill the heart with her dog's ashes. She will most likely receive this necklace next week and I'm so excited to hear her response. The heart is about 1x1 and is heavy. The back is pearl so I wouldn't recommend engraving because it would be hard to see. I'm so impressed with this piece that I plan on ordering myself something similar.

  2. beautiful 5 Star Review

    Posted by on

    Beautiful piece that brings me much comfort!

  3. Lavish heart 5 Star Review

    Posted by on

    Delighted, lovely quality.

  4. necklace 3 Star Review

    Posted by on

    ALthough this necklace was nice I was disappointed with the engraving as the back was white and extremely difficult to see. If I had known ahead of time I wouldn't have gone with the engraving.