Cremation Bracelet Sterling Silver Classic Reed Flute with Birthstones
The Finest Solid .925 Sterling Silver
Includes your choice of two Birthstone End Caps
Has 2 large opening fill/seal compartments, one both sides
Holds small portion of ashes, lock of hair, dried flowers, etc.
Cremation Bracelet Sizes: each slightly adjustable
Small approx. 2" W, Medium approx. 2 ½" W, Large approx 2 ¾ " W (see Size Chart)
Engrave up to 30 combined characters and spaces
Includes gift box – custom Treasured Memories® gift box
Includes polishing cloth, fill funnel, Loctite® sealant, and easy fill instructions
Akin to the reeds on the ocean’s blissful landscape, Treasured Memories Reed Keepsake Cremation Bracelet symbolizes the ability to stand tall and firm in the unsteady sand when life may seem to be tumbling and forceful like the ocean’s powerful waves. Wear this stunning bracelet as a reminder to proudly celebrate your resiliency and strength.
Treasured Memories, Inc. is pleased to offer high quality and detailed hand engraving, which adds flair to every gift.
This cremation bracelet can be customized with engraved name, dates, initials or heartfelt message for a loved one on the inside of the bangle with up to 30 characters (including spaces) in one of our most popular font styles: Block, Script, and Traditional. Before we begin the engraving process, a proof will be sent to you for your approval. After engraving, each piece of jewelry is given an additional layer of pure silver to create the most beautiful & tarnish resistant finish possible.
Please allow an additional 7-10 business days to shipping date for hand-engraved jewelry.
As a complimentary service, our knowledgeable Customer Care Specialists can provide gift suggestions for any occasion. For additional options or information and assistance with custom engraving, please call 888-525-5082 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The heraldic one-of-a-kind hand engraver of Treasured Memories, Inc., Richard Hughes, who worked for Tiffany & Co. for years, uses tools of hardened steel called burins, much like a painter has a variety of brushes. His tools yield different line types and angles depending on the delicacy of the stroke or volume (surface area) of the 'fill work'. After all, it is metal surgery. And it requires precision, artistry, and experience with a broad array of techniques to ensure the best result.