MEMORIAL JEWELRY
A Lasting Sympathy Keepsake

          

       Memorial jewelry        

 

Susan and Richard Mosquera's third child, Matthew Kristopher, was stillborn in 2002. The couple left the hospital with empty arms and broken hearts. They soon recovered physically, but found it took much longer to heal emotionally.

They learned first-hand about societal pressures to forget about neonatal loss and move on, and realized that many bereaved parents just suffer in silence.

There are many wonderful gifts available to celebrate the birth of a healthy baby. But sadly, barely any items to provide comfort when a child dies. The bereaved family is left to search for or create their own memorial tributes.

In response, Susan was inspired to create a collection of child loss keepsakes. Through her jewelry art, she has brought a bit of comfort to and touched the hearts of many grieving parents and families.

Wearing or displaying an item from the My Forever Child™ collection is a beautiful way to acknowledge, remember, and honor someone who has touched your life, and was gone too soon.

The personalized pieces can be just as appropriate for a lost loved one of any age. We urge you to explore their website to find the perfect piece of keepsake memorial jewelry to help comfort your bereaved friend.

We present below a few examples of Susan's lovely artwork jewelry.
 

 

Memorial Jewelry
 

             
   All My Kids Crystal Pendant
                

       

             
      Birthstone Sun Catcher
               

          

               
        Affirmation Charm
              

    

              
        Personalized Keychain
              


 

We also love these beautiful condolence jewelry pieces from Limoges Jewelry:
 

 Sterling Silver Memorial Heart Necklace

 

 Sterling Silver Engraved Memorial Message Locket Necklace

 

 Sterling Silver Memorial Engraved Message Band

 

 Everscribe Black Steel Until We Meet Again Memorial Engraved Spinner Ring

 

 

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