cremation jewelry
 n.— «A portion of the cremated remains were buried. Other relatives purchased a small decorative urn so they could keep their portion of the remains at home. Others bought what’s known as cremation jewelry—specially-made pieces with a hollow compartment made to hold a small quantity of ashes.» —“Important family decisions rise out of the ashes of the departed” by Susan Orr Courier Press (Evansville, Indiana) May 26, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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