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Majestic Ring Set

Majestic Ring Set

Regular price $414.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $414.00 USD
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Made of 100% solid metals
Cubic zirconia birthstones


Dimensions of inclusion bezel:
Total carat weight: 0.44ct
Number of stones: 62

Diamond information:
Genuine conflict-free VS, GH diamonds

Changes & Returns

Due to the custom nature of your keepsake, no changes can be made after your order is placed. There will be no refunds, exchanges, or alterations after a purchase is made.


  • Breast milk (1/2 ounce- for 3-5 pieces)
  • Placenta (1 capsule for 2-3 pieces) 
  • Cremated Ashes (1/2 teaspoon)
  • Umbilical Cord (1/2 the stump)
  • Hair (about 20 strands, 1 inch long) only certain items in the shop currently have this option
  • Flowers (2-3 petals)

Please note:

The only inclusion we will send back is Ash. All others will be held on file for a year after the purchase date in case you'd like an additional item.

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A Closer Look: Shimmers and Flakes

Caring for your keepsake


✓ Remove your jewelry before doing any cleaning or before using essential oils
✓ Store your milk jewelry in a little airtight baggy (small ziploc preferably), away from heat, moisture, and direct sunlight. It is also a good idea to insert a small anti-tarnishing strip. 


Do not use jewelry cleaners. To clean your items, please only use a soft polishing cloth that is specifically made for silver and gold jewelry. This will remove any tarnishing or dullness and keep your items looking new.
Do not wear your jewelry in or near moisture such as showers, pools, baths, beaches, etc
Do not wear your jewelry while working out- sweat and body oils can damage the surface of the jewelry
Do not expose your jewelry to extreme temperatures

Ash Jewelry Ring on a hand of a woman with ash inclusions studded with birthstones and diamonds on the band and stacker


There aren’t really words to express how special this ring is to me. The ash stone represents 44 years of love (almost 41 of them married) cut too short by Covid last January. The nine stones around the round side are the birthstones of our nine children. The stones on the stacker are the birthstones of my children’s spouses-my “added” children. This ring represents my husband surrounded by his children-his “happy place”. It’s perfection. I will treasure it all my days. Thank you to all who made this possible. I know the creators of this jewelry have had many challenges in recent days. Know that your efforts, frustrations, tears, and sacrifices do not go unappreciated. You have made the world a more beautiful place with your talents. May you be blessed seven times over for blessing us.


My breastfeeding journey with my three children has had many ups and downs. I have never produced enough milk for any of my babies, despite trying everything to boost my supply. I made peace with supplementing with formula but continued to nurse each baby for as long as they wanted to continue, and am still nursing my youngest at 19 months. I have three living children and one angel baby, and I wanted a piece of jewelry to represent this stage of my life that I know is going to be ending soon. The Majestic Ring really stood out to me and I decided to line the stacker with all of my children’s birthstones. My own birthstone, March, is in the center with January, October, and February for my living children, and April for my angel. I absolutely love this physical representation of my breastfeeding journey and will always cherish it as a reminder of these special moments with my little ones.


We planned for our pregnancy. We were prepared for this. I wanted to have a baby shower, a baby moon, maternity photos, newborn photos, and help from family visiting, all that fun stuff when you have a baby. But the initial lockdowns in 2020 canceled all of it. The pandemic said no and canceled our plans. No visiting family. None of that fun stuff. I grieved the losses of those things during my second and third trimesters. Not to mention the concern about getting sick while carrying my son. My husband and I work full-time in essential businesses.
My son was born on Mother’s Day 2020. 5 weeks early. 7lb 6oz and the only child I was going to have.
He was beautiful. He spent 15 days in the NICU over an hour away from our home. It was a scary time on top of the pandemic. He wouldn’t latch due to the NICU stay and so I pumped and pumped and pumped.
10 months of exclusive pumping was enough to feed him for a year.
For Mother’s Day 2021 I decided to take that frustration, loss, scary experiences, and the struggles of pumping... and pool it into a keepsake. I wanted it to match my wedding band since these represent the two people closest to me. My husband, my left-hand man. My son, my right-hand man. C September/ sapphires are the stone for my husband. And ruby is mine, intertwined with the emeralds which is my baby’s. We were intertwined. I carried him.
It’s beautiful. It’s worth it. And it’s amazing to have it. Thank you again.