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September 03, 2014 1 min read

Pansy's Pet Memorial Ring

Many of us have a special animal in our life that we grew up with or grew old with. They leave an impact on our lives with the joy they bring us each and every day. Friend and family member, Pansy, was one of the greats and we are proud to have helped memorialize her and the joy she brought to those around her. This ring was created using Pansy's ashes and a tension set aquamarine oval. What a beautiful tribute to such a beautiful dog!

Pansy and Mom

"Pansy had required surgery for bloat two days earlier. On October 4, 2013, she was rushed into emergency surgery because an abscess had developed in her stomach. Pansy's heart couldn't take the anesthesia of two major surgeries in such a short time. She passed away on the operating table. It's almost impossible to be prepared for a sudden loss like that, and it always leaves a big hole in a family."

People deal with the loss of their beloved pets in many different ways, the most difficult part is trying to memorialize them in a way that can be cherished forever. Pictures, scrapbooks and jewelry can shine light on the life of a passed pet. Many grieving pet owners have turned to us for help in creating pet memorial rings or pet bereavement jewelry signifying their pet. We pride ourselves on making this a smooth and non-stressful process that ends with a ring that can capture the joy they gave so freely.

Pet Memorial Ring with Topaz

"Animals are such agreeable friends - they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms." ~ George Elliot

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