Please follow the steps on how to fill the ashes pendant keeping the ashes secure inside of your urn jewellery. Please make sure you read the instructions thoroughly before adding the ashes. If you don’t feel comfortable handling ashes, you can always ask your local funeral directors to help you.
There is a list of things you will need to fill your cremation jewellery: –
1. A small funnel (we will supply)
2. Adhesive glue
3. Toothpick or similar stick to control the distribution of adhesive glue (we will supply)
4. Tiny screwdriver (we will supply)
A clean area to work on
Step 1 Remove the Cap of Ashes Pendant
Unscrew the threaded cap. Normally the ashes jewellery bail is a discreet threaded cap.
Alternatively you can find a small screw on the side of the pendant. You can unscrew it by a tiny screwdriver supplied by ourselves.
Step 2. Put the provided funnel up to the opening of the ashes pendant.
Fill the ashes pendant, ensuring there is space and you can place the threaded cap back onto the pendant.
You can fill the pendant to 80%, and do not fill to the top.
Also, you need to make sure you can close the pendant by the screw properly.
Step 3. Make a Permanent Seal of Ashes Pendant
(Only do this if you wish to make a permanent seal.)
Start screwing the threaded cap into the ashes pendant as shown on the right.
Apply a small amount of glue to the tip of the toothpick and transfer that onto the thread.
Step 4. Secure the Ashes Pendant
Quickly thread the screw into the urn pendant.
If your jewellery has a bail screw, please make sure the eyelet opening is not facing forward. This will cause your pendant to hang incorrectly and twist.
The eyelet opening should go sideways as shown in the second illustration in the picture.
Step 5. Ready to Wear
You have now successfully filled and glued your ashes jewellery.
We recommend that you wait for 24 hours, and let the glue dry before wearing the urn necklace.