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Kin & Pebble Launches Cremation Jewelry

It offers a unique option for customers who are searching for a way to discreetly carry their loved one or furry friend with them forever.

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K&P launches cremation jewelry
K&P cremation jewelry

(PRESS RELEASE) Kin & Pebble, a leading supplier of personalized jewelry, announces its extensive line of cremation jewelry. Cremation jewelry offers a unique option for customers who are searching for a way to discreetly carry their loved one or furry friend with them forever. Kin & Pebble offers cremation jewelry options in the form of necklaces, rings, and bracelets. Designs for these pieces are inclusive of both people & pet focused styles. A majority of their personalized collection (fingerprint, photo, handwriting, paw print) can also be ordered with a cremation urn chamber. While originally intended for cremation ashes, these hidden chambers can also be used to house a small memento such as beach sand, dried flower petals from a memorial service, or a small tuft of fur from your beloved pet. Jewelry may be filled by the retailer or the customer as an easy to use kit is included with every order for filling the pieces.

To inquire about these items or any of Kin & Pebble’s products, please contact them via telephone at 1-877-265-7994 or visit their website at www.KinAndPebble.com.

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