Our Mission

Celebrate the Life You Love

The hardest thing you’ll ever face is losing someone you love. In a time of deep sorrow, you need a way to honor the life of your loved one in a way to establish an eternal connection. Our Cremation keepsakes are compassionate alternatives for memorializing cremated remains.

With Crystal Companion keepsake jewelry and memorials, it is possible for you to remember and celebrate the bond you shared with someone so precious. You are hurting. Creating a memorial keepsake can help soothe your pain.

How they are made?

Your cremation jewelry or memorial keepsake is made by creating a stone in our lab with a portion of your loved one’s cremains. Then, during the patented process, your keepsake will begin to create itself. The essence of your loved one’s life determines the color and design of the stone. The intense depth, loving simplicity, creative complexity, or sweet sparkle of life will be reflected back to you.

Our Process

We understand this process may be challenging. Please know we're here to answer any questions you might have! Here's a straightforward guide on what to expect: After you place your order, we'll send you a box along with detailed instructions.

Open the velvet bag to reveal the ash container and follow the instructions to fill.

Review the order form included and to ensure it reflects the order you placed.

Place the completed form and ashes in the pre-pade postage box and seal.

Mail. Allow 8-10 weeks for us to create your precious keepsake.

What People Are Saying

"I just wanted to thank you again for such an incredible job on my now
wife's stone. It came out so great that I would like to create another
one similar to it."


Love it so much

“Thank you very much for helping out with my “Buster Project”. It is
such a comfort to have him with me, but in a different form.”


"Thank you so much for getting them ready in time. It will be a bittersweet gift but I hope it is meaningful to them.


"Calita arrived this afternoon. She is stunning! The tiny flecks of
gold match those in her eyes. Today it has been 4 months since she passed; thank you! All my best"