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Rose Gold Abounding Circle Memorial Keepsake

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  • Stainless steel round plated with rose gold rhodium
  • Features subtle sealable urn for remembrance
  • Can be personalized with engraved message
  • Includes 20" matching chain
  • Instructions and kit included for easy operation of urn
  • Presented in a lovely gift box
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Your loved one's memory can be tucked away inside this gorgeous Rose Gold Abounding Circle jewelry urn. You will receive a special kit that will help you to fill and securely seal your cremation necklace. The Rose Gold Abounding round can be worn with the back facing forward as the back side of the pendant is gold plated. This versatility means that you can have a different look each time you wear your Rose Gold Abounding Circle cremation jewelry and it effectively gives you two keepsakes for the price of one. The Rose Gold Abounding Circle displays the stainless steel on the side of the circle and the three tone effect of silver stainless, rose gold plating and gold plating is outstanding. Size is 7/8" width by 7/8" high
This keepsake measures 7/8"w x 7/8"h. The keepsake is measured from the bottom of the pendant to the bottom of the bail.
This keepsake is made of stainless steel and has a rose gold plating.
Internal Volume:
This keepsake will hold a "pinch" of cremated remains. A "pinch" is equal to approximately 1/8 of a teaspoon.
How to fill:
This keepsake is filled by unscrewing the bail at the top. This exposes the small interior compartment where the remains are laid to rest.
Personalization Options:
This keepsake can be engraved on the front and on the back.

1 Review

  • 5
    Purchase of 3 Rose Gold Abounding Circle Memorial Keepsake

    Posted by Anonymous on Apr 20, 2019

    Because this purchase was a necklace, we were able to wear it with a lot of different clothes. Because the inscription was on the back of the necklace, no one knew that it was a memorial keepsake.