Where Do You Start Looking for Pet Cremation Jewellery?Kenny Scott | May 20, 2016 | Pet Cremation Jewellery
Are you looking to get a special piece of jewellery made from your pet’s ashes?
You’ve spent so many good times together, so when a special pet passes, it makes sense that you’d want to have something special to remember them by for years to come. Many of my clients like to celebrate their pet’s memory with a beautiful piece of cremation glass jewellery or art.
In fact, did you know you can even have the ashes of more than one pet encapsulated in the same stunning piece of jewellery?
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. If you’re only beginning to research pet cremation jewellery, you’re probably going to want to know the best places to look, so you can see what’s available yourself.
In this blog post, I’m going to tell you some of the best places to start your search, along with some other key considerations to bear in mind when choosing the right cremation jewellery for you.
So, let’s get started, shall we?
Where can you find pet cremation jewellery?
First, let’s take a look at some of the main sources you can look to in order to find memorial glass jewellery.
1. The internet
Regardless of whether you choose to look into some of the options below or not, I’d definitely recommended starting your search on the internet. This is because you can quickly and easily get a much better idea of the type of cremation glass jewellery available – especially if you’re unsure of exactly what you’re looking for.
A quick Google search for terms such as ‘pet cremation jewellery’ or ‘memorial jewellery’ will bring up a wealth of results, and you’ll find you can have anything from made from rings and pendants, to stunning cufflinks and beautiful art pieces.
After that, you can look into researching specific companies that offer these products (more about that below), or you could take your search to one of the other options below…
2. Your local crematorium or vet
Your local crematorium – or even your local vet – might be another option. Often, places like these are able to point you in the direction of reputable companies offering cremation glass services in the surrounding area.
Don’t be afraid to call up and and ask; you might find they deal with these enquiries a lot, and will be able to recommend a specific company that they know produce quality jewellery. This can take away some of the stress that you might find with ordering cremation jewellery online.
3. Friends and family recommendations
Finally, I find it’s always worth asking friends and family for any specific companies they can recommend. You never know, they might have had a particularly good experience with one of the companies you found earlier in your online search – or they may tell you which companies to avoid.
More and more people are investing in memorial glass jewellery these days, so you might be surprised how many people you know already have some and are willing to give you advice. In fact, many of my clients come through repeat orders and recommendations from friends or family members of previous clients.
TIP: It’s also worth bearing in mind that if you’re not particularly proficient online, friends or family members might be able to help you place an order once you’ve decided on a company and piece of jewellery you’re happy with.
Do your homework
Always take your time to research a company before placing an order. I always say this in my blog posts, but that’s because it’s particularly important when ordering something so personal online – especially if you’re investing a significant amount of money in your jewellery.
I also definitely recommend calling up a company and asking to speak to someone who will happily answer all the questions you have before sending away your ashes in the post. For more information, read my blog post ’15 Questions to Ask Before Buying Cremation Jewellery for Pets’.
It’s all about making sure you are 100% happy and confident before placing an order with a cremation glass company; that’s the most important thing. There’s nothing worse than stressing for weeks on end about an order you placed from a company that keeps you in the dark until your order shows up at your door.
I hope you’ve found this blog post useful, and that it’s given you some insights about the best places to start looking for pet cremation glass. It’s so important that you research cremation glass companies and know exactly what to expect before you invest any money, which is why I recommend looking online first.
If you’re feeling unsure, or need more guidance on finding cremation jewellery for your pet’s ashes, please don’t hesitate to get in touch – I’ll do my best to help point you in the right direction.
I wish you the best of luck!