Here at Legacy Tribute UK we are proud to announce the launch of our new memorial jewellery range in partnership with See You Memorial Jewelry®

See You Memorial Jewelry® is designed by Rob Leurs in the Netherlands. 

Educated in jeweller’s craftsmanship both in Holland and abroad, Rob has been in the jewellery business for over 35 years. Rob and wife Marion opened up their own shop in 1983, and in 2008 Rob introduced his designs for See You Memorial Jewelry®.

The defining characteristic of this keepsake jewellery is the integration of visible ashes or hair into the design of every piece. The jewellery is produced in sterling silver with a rhodium-plated finish, for a luxurious white gold radiance. Some pieces can also incorporate fingerprints into the design. Pieces are also available in 14ct and 18ct gold, and set with diamonds.

Our range of fingerprint jewellery is available for both men and women, and is produced in sterling silver, 14ct white, yellow, or rose solid gold. 18ct white, yellow, and rose gold is also available.

The See You range offers innovative and distinguished designs providing a product of beauty and elegance that your client families will cherish, along with the memory of their loved ones. 

Pieces with glass or silver front, are filled with ashes in the back using a funnel and are secured with a small screw feature. Other pieces are filled with ashes mixed with a special resin; the ash remains or hair is mixed together with the special resin, resulting in a transparent, shiny finish. The ashes can always be separated from the resin to be used in integrating into another piece of jewellery. The durable finish will withstand everyday wear and tear. 

The resin treatment is a custom process performed by the funeral professional.

Watch the video demonstration to see how it's done...

For further information and to request a full brochure, please contact our office either via telephone 0800 612 5591 or via email info@legacytribute.co.uk


Visit the official See You Memorial Jewelry® website here