Wholesale Cremation Jewelry Info

Wholesale Cremation Jewelry Info

Designer Styles: Wholesale Cremation Jewelry Prices

Compare our designs and quality to those available from any other supplier. We think you'll agree that we offer some of the most desirable styles at low prices.

Exceptional Quality

Each pendant style is a high-quality jewelry piece with precision enclosures, no-snag bails and reliable clasps and chains. The quality of our wholesale cremation jewelry is on par with that of any other cremation jewelry provider, including those who charge much more.

Satisfaction Promise

All of our wholesale cremation jewelry features our iron-clad 100% satisfaction promise. If you or your families are not completely happy with your cremation jewelry purchase, we will issue a full refund.

A Beautiful and Complete Presentation for Your Families

Each of our wholesale cremation jewelry pendants arrives in a presentation box, and includes a pendant filling kit, a black satin cord and complete filling instructions. Everything is included in one low price.

Same day engraving on most items:

Same day custom engraving is available on most wholesale urn jewelry items ordered Monday through Friday by Noon. Single side engraving is value priced for established funeral homes. Maximum word counts and type styles are indicated on the online product order form.

One-of-A-Kind Custom Cremation Jewelry Design

Does the family have something special in mind? We can make a one-of-a-kind custom cremation jewelry a an exceptional wholesale cremation jewelry price. If you can dream it up, we can make it happen. The motorcycle at top of page was created from a customer-supplied photo. Call us for more information: 877-995-URNS (8767) or 253-649-0568.

Available Metals

We offer our wholesale cremation jewelry in several types of metals, including the metals listed below. If buying a solid gold urn pendant or platinum cremation jewelry pendant, please call us as precious metal prices fluctuate daily.
-Stainless Steel -Sterling Silver -Gold Plating -14K Solid Gold -14K Solid White Gold -Platinum

How to Care for Cremation Jewelry

Occasional cleaning or polishing of your cremation jewelry may be necessary for best presentation.

General: Always avoid chlorine when wearing your jewelry: Never clean your jewelry with chlorine bleach. Bleach ruins metal via oxidization and turns it black. To be on the safe side, you should remove jewelry before doing any household chores. Many common household cleaners have bleach and other chemicals that may adversely affect jewelry. In addition, don't swim or go in a hot tub wearing fine jewelry because prolonged exposure to chlorine in a swimming pool can turn it black.

Sterling Silver: Sterling silver tarnishes. If possible, store your sterling silver jewelry in tarnish prevention cloths or bags. The treated cloth slows down the tarnishing process and keeps the jewelry from rubbing against harder jewelry that might scratch it. Try to keep your sterling silver jewelry in a cool, dry place. Polishing cloths are an excellent choice for cleaning your sterling silver jewelry. You might read recommendations to use toothpaste to clean sterling silver, but avoid doing that -- toothpaste is abrasive.

Gold-plated: Gold-plated jewelry is made by covering sterling silver, with a layer of 14K gold. Since the gold is only a layer, it will eventually wear away. This wearing away process is not eligible for warranty replacement. Gold-plated pieces can be re-dipped by a jeweler. To clean, lightly wipe your gold-plated jewelry with a damp cotton cloth. This will help to eliminate any dirt or dust from accumulating on the surface and wearing away the gold layer. Polishing cream should not be used on gold-plated items.

Solid 14k Gold: Light tarnish on gold can be removed by using soapy water and a soft bristle brush. A soft toothbrush and some dishwashing liquid also work well. Here is how to do it: Dip the toothbrush in the water and get the bristles into all of the crevices. Then rinse the piece in warm water until the water runs clear. After gentle scrubbing, buff the piece dry with a soft, lint-free cloth to make it shine. You can also use a specially treated cloth or other cleaning jewelry cleaning products. If your gold jewelry does not contain colored gemstones you can clean it with an ultrasonic cleaning machine. Finally, if you have a problem with heavy tarnish, please consult a jeweler. Use a non-abrasive jewelry polishing cloth and gently rub the gold-plated jewelry to restore shine.

PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE FILLING PENDANTS


Filling Instructions for Sterling Silver, 14K Gold-Plated, Solid Gold, and Platinum Pendants:

    1) Locate the pendant opening. Depending on the piece, this can be the bail itself (the loop that the chain goes through) or a small, square screw or flathead screw. If pendant has a square screw, use the provided screwdriver; if the screw is flathead, you can open it with a small standard flathead screwdriver available at most hardware stores.
    2) Remove the screw and place it carefully aside. Locate the filling “funnel” included in your filling package. It resembles a business card. Fold the card in half on the fold line and place a small amount of fine ash in the center and gently tap it into the pendant opening.
    3) Fill the pendant about 90% full, making sure to leave enough room to replace the screw. A toothpick, also provided, can be used to help guide the ashes into the opening.
    4) Before replacing the screw back into position make sure that the threads are clean and clear of ashes. Insert the screw and tighten firmly. The tiny rubber gasket on the screw provides a water-tight and airtight seal.
    5) When replacing the screw on pendants that open from the bail, pay close attention to the position so the pendant will hang correctly when re-strung on the chain or cord.


Filling Instructions for Stainless Steel Pendants:

    1) Locate the pendant opening. Depending on the piece, this can be the bail itself (the loop that the chain goes through) or a small, square screw or flathead screw. If pendant has a square screw, use the provided screwdriver; if the screw is flathead, you can open it with a small standard flathead screwdriver available at most hardware stores.
    2) Remove the screw and place it carefully aside. Locate the filling “funnel” included in your filling package. It resembles a business card. Fold the card in half on the fold line and place a small amount of fine ash in the center and gently tap it into the pendant opening.
    3) Fill the pendant about 90% full, making sure to leave enough room to replace the screw. A toothpick, also provided, can be used to help guide the ashes into the opening.
    4) To permanently seal the pendant, first ensure that the inner threads are clean and clear of all ash. Apply a tiny amount of the provided sealant to the threads on the screw, not the inner threads, and quickly replace the screw.
    5) When replacing the screw on pendants that open from the bail, pay close attention to the position so the pendant will hang correctly when re-strung on the chain or cord.


  • Choose from
  • 925 Sterling
  • Gold Plated 925
  • 14K Solid Yellow and White Gold
  • Platinum
  • Stainless Steel