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Jewellery memories


There are many ways to remember a lost loved one – but a piece of jewellery is perhaps the most intimate, allowing you to carry a reminder of your relative close to your heart. Rebecca Wenzerul makes bespoke and personalised items, as Sophie Evans found out.


the memorial market. And her idea for Jewellery Memories was born. The beautiful, personal, handmade pieces, including rings, bracelets, necklaces, cufflinks and key rings, are unique for every customer. Whether you want a lock of precious hair sealed forever in a ring, every line of the unique


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hen Rebecca Wenzerul was being asked over and over about jewellery to remember loved ones, she saw a gap in


fingerprint of your loved one captured forever on a pendant, that completely individual signature transcribed onto a piece of gold or a necklace made using a favourite picture, Jewellery Memories has lovely ways for you to remember your family member in a very personal piece of jewellery to wear wherever you go. There are pieces suitable to remember those of all ages: from those that have lived a long life to pieces for children and babies, taken too


soon. Even if an ultrasound scan is all you have to remember your tiny baby, why not have it mapped on to a pendant, to carry it around with you always. Jewellery making is a hobby that developed


into a career for Rebecca, and she has now been making jewellery full-time for the last three years. She started out making personalised jewellery items from horse hair but was repeatedly asked about human hair pieces. “More and more people were asking me


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