The "In Memory of a Beloved Child" bracelet features charms which symbolize the love you have for a special child no longer with you physically. On a sturdy Sterling Silver double link charm bracelet. Links are soldered closed for extra security.
With Swarovski crystals attached to the charms. In the text box below, please state the months that the child was born (or conceived) for the Rose charm, passed away for the Angel charm, and either girl, boy, or unknown gender for the Love charm.
You can memorialize up to TWO losses on this bracelet, fill in all fields below.
For a baby that is born and passes away in the same month (ie. stillborn, premature birth, neonatal death), you can select the month of conception for the Rose charm.
Perfect for gift giving to a bereaved mom, grandmother, aunt or other special friend. Comes in our beautiful organza gift pouch and with a card to explain the significance of the charms:
In Memory of a Beloved Child
"Life"~ Your new life gave new meaning to my own, it held the hope and wishes for the future.
"Angel"~ When you left this world, you became my very own special angel watching over from Heaven.
"Open Heart"~ There is an empty place in my heart where you should be. Precious Child, you are not alone, for a piece of me went with you.
For an extra personalized touch, add a heart charm engraved with a name(s)and date
Click here to order a Medium Engravable Heart
Click here to order a Small Engravable Heart
Or you can add an Engraveable Footprints Charm at a $5 discount, you must enter the engraving info in the text box and check the Option box below to properly add it onto your bracelet. Note: we are currently out of stock on the footprint charm shown in the picture. If choosing this option, you will receive a small heart charm with engraved (not blackened) baby footprints.
"I just wanted to let you know that I received my bracelets from my sister. My heart leapt at the happiness of having something to wear everyday to signify the loss of my baby daughter. I like having it as a symbol...an announcement...to say "she WAS here".
It is beautiful...and I am grateful to have it.
With tremendous gratitude,