November 22, 2008 by robotS
A company has devised a way to turn the cremated ashes of loved ones or their pets into jewellery.
Check the video here as from BBC news.
Now, would you put the ashes of a family member or pet into jewellery?
Posted in Questions | Tagged ashes, cremation, jewellery | 7 Comments
Er… no. Obsession, anyone? On the other hand, perhaps it’s not all that different from keeping ashes in an urn…
@Ethene – just a little easier to carry around 🙂
Yes, but people normally don’t carry it around. They put the urn on a shelf and it stays there.
Bury it in a jewelery box 😛
Oh cool! I’ve often said to my family members that I want my ashes mixed with gold and molded into a statue of… ME!
Then at midnight, my spirit would wake the statue and walk around the place tormenting jewellersand theives the world over.
I’ve already written to Anglo American about it, and they’ve agreed to pay me a salary if I’ll be their mascot. In fact, I have their reply to my letter right here:
Thank you for your interest in Anglo American. We appreciate your interest in our company and would be glad to assist you in any way possible.
Please note that this is an automatically generated response to your query, but someone will be able to assist you shortly and will be in touch.
See – They said they’ll assist me! I’m going to be the most famous, highly-paid midnight-activated walking gold zombie boy the world has ever seen!
@Tim – There’s ambition for you! You’re not taking the idea far enough, though! You know all those things that cost an arm and a leg? Now they’ll only cost a finger…
Yeah, but then whenever there’s a crime, I’ll be the one that gets fingered for it.
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