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Urns UK Hand Crafted Design Jewellery Ash Cufflinks Design 1

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We understand how important your precious memorial jewellery piece is to you, so with this in mind we have provided advice on how to look after your jewellery so that it remains in beautiful condition.

Its use in jewellery, whilst frowned upon by master craftsmen, has grown over recent years. All resin has the possibility of discoloring to an off-yellow, warping, or falling out due to shrinkage. You cannot get it wet or expose it to too much sun. This is why you won't find resin products in a true jewellery store but will find these products on a market stall.

Glass gemstone cufflinks contain small glass gems that contain the ashes of your loved one. These gemstones are handcrafted in our workshop using tried and tested methods unique to our company. The glass is cut and the ashes are placed between the 2 pieces of glass. We use coloured glass on the bottom and clear glass on the top allowing the ashes to be clearly seen which adds to the beauty of the gemstone. The glass is then heated and fused together which encapsulates the ashes. The glass is then shaped, before being hardened and then polished. The finished piece can then be added your cufflinks. Removing all jewellery when showering, bathing and using a hot tub will avoid tarnishing of the metal and coatings protecting the base metal. The products used when bathing and showing such as shower gel, soaps, hand wash, hair products will also severely damage our special ashes jewellery polymer.

We offer a range of cufflinks for human ashes, including hidden compartment jewellery and glass gemstone jewellery. Hidden compartment cufflinks are handcrafted from materials such as silver and gold. The cufflinks are designed with a small compartment that houses the ashes. Once inside, the compartment is permanently sealed, ensuring the ashes are kept safe. Once sealed, the compartment cannot be opened again, so the ashes cannot be damaged by water. In the event that the recommended advice is not followed it could result in a repair or even a complete remake of your jewellery, which will incur a fee. Harsh chemicals found in cleaning products, including washing up liquids will damage the finish of your memorial jewellery piece instantly. including both the metal and our special jewellery grade polymer within our ashes jewellery. Especially rings, which can be easily bent or scratched.You’ll have a choice of gemstone colours and can also choose between clear and opaque glass. Both options will allow you to clearly see the ashes in the gemstones. All of our ashes jewellery and cufflinks are incredibly discreet, so no one will know you are wearing the ashes of a loved one. Only you will ever need to know the sentimental value of your cufflinks, which can bring a lot of comfort during life’s more difficult moments. Ashes cufflinks make a touching gift for an individual’s wedding day or graduation.

We recommend applying lotions and perfumes before putting on jewellery. Please let perfumes and lotions fully dry into your skin before wearing your memorial jewellery. Do not spray onto any jewellery surface. Remove jewellery when applying hand sanitiser. Keep your jewellery away from electronic jewellery cleaners like ultrasonic cleaners as this will tarnish the metal completely to an irreparable stage. Also avoid using chemical cleaners like tablets and abrasives. Starting in early 2023, we began the practice of positioning all cremation ashes at the base of each piece, whenever feasible. Given that cremation ashes can greatly differ in terms of texture and hue, this led to diverse end results. By embedding the ashes at the piece's bottom, we have been able to create a visually more attractive final product.We only require a minimal amount of ashes. With the Ashes Kit we send you, you'll receive a measuring spoon to gather the ashes. In most cases, one teaspoonful of ashes is enough to craft up to six pieces. Strong UV rays and strong heat from the sun can damage the finish of your jewellery, including our special ashes jewellery polymer. Chlorine found in swimming pools and salt in sea water can break down the compositions of both the metals of our jewellery and our special polymer used to hold your inclusions within our ashes jewellery range. Resin, or epoxy resin, is a type of glue that is man-made and used for many different purposes. Resin casting is a method of plastic casting where a mold is filled with a synthetic resin which then hardens. Due to the simplicity of the product, this can be carried out with little investment and little skill. Choosing which memorial piece you want can be a really difficult decision. If you've looked online for memorial jewellery, chances are you have come across the concept of resin being used as a preservation tool for ashes and hair. We do not use resin here and generally advise against it.

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