Great Falls, MT (PressExposure) January 05, 2010 -- Jewelry Keepsakes ( http://www.jewelrykeepsakes.com/ ) has a wonderful array of funeral jewelry that is of exceptional quality and very affordable. Their online selection of pendants includes heart keepsakes, religious pendants and designer keepsakes. They also have a wonderful medley of pet memorial lockets that will honor a deceased pet. Each pet locket has been designed to summarize some aspect of having a pet as a member of the family. You will find bowls, bones, paw prints and other beautiful pendants that are all representative of pet ownership. The secret to this specialized jewelry lies in the hollow cavity on the interior of each pendant. The inner compartment can be accessed through a small opening that is protected by a threaded stopper. The threaded stopper when combined with a drop or two of adhesive will keep your remembrance to your pet secure inside the pet cremation jewelry.
There are several different methods to honoring your pet and choosing the remembrance. One of the most common honors as suggested by Jewelry Keepsakes is cremated ashes, also known as cremains. This is a personal and intimate way to keep a part of your pet close to your heart and with you at all times. For those that did not cremate their beloved animal, you have several options that make wonderful commemorations. Some suggestions from Jewelry Keepsakes are some ground from where your pet was buried, some of their fur or hair or even a small piece of a favorite toy. All can be carefully inserted into the urn pendant using the small funnel that Jewelry Keepsakes sends with every purchase.
The loss of a pet is for all pet owners a part of life that comes with the territory. Where the loss can be felt for weeks or even months, there is help out there for those that are grieving. Jewelry Keepsakes is an online retailer of pet cremation jewelry and each jewelry pendant allows consumers to choose a special commemoration to their pet and keep it safe and secure inside the small inner compartment.
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