How To Choose Remembrance Jewelry For Every Age
No matter your gender or age, cremation jewelry is ideal for all. Cremation pendants will hold your choice of personal tribute and come in different themes such as shapes, hearts, crosses for the faith oriented and cylinders and rounds and depending on whom you are purchasing for, careful thought should go into your selection. What is appealing to an adult may not bring the same comfort or connection to a child or teen. Additionally, other factors such as the relationship to the deceased and physical limitations of the wearer should also weigh heavily in your decision of keepsake.
Cremation jewelry for elderly:
Think outside the box. At the later stages in life, many elderly are looking to downsize and pass on jewelry and valuables to members of the family. Maybe choose a glass keepsake that can hang from a window in their bedroom or kitchen that will serve as a loving reminder of the deceased without being something else they need to find a space for.
Physical factors. Whether it’s arthritis, failing eyesight or general forgetfulness that comes with the passing of the years, small clasps may be difficult for elderly fingers. Consider a longer chain that can pass easily over their head to make putting on or taking off their keepsake trouble free.
Seniors on the go.
Keychains are a terrific option for those seniors that are still mobile and on the go. They are available with and without internal urns and you can even have a photo of their loved one engraved onto the face of the keepsake. The keychain attaches easily to a key ring or purse strap and allows them a memory of their loved one that is with them on their travels.