...He will be yours, faithful and true to the last beat of his heart.
You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.
Memorialize your animal companion in the way that feels right to you...
did you know?
for your special someone
...that a dog or cat's noseprint is
as unique as your own fingerprint?
Choose between fine silver or gold
vermeil (sterling silver plated with
YOU capture your pet's print with this
easy-to-use kit, then mail the kit in box we provide to the jewelry studio in Tennessee. Your one-of-a-kind pet pendant will be handcrafted and
shipped to you in a few weeks. Pendant will arrive with 18" sterling silver cable chain (or gold filled cable chain for gold pendant). Pendant is approximately
...that Forget-Me-Not Flowers symbolize enduring love and faithfulness?
Legend is, two lovers were walking on the edge of the Danube River when
the man leaned forward to pluck the beautiful blue flowers for his love. He fell and hollered “forget me not” while being swept away by the river. Whether true or not, the story has made the Forget-Me-Not flower a lasting symbol of love and remembrance of those who have died, but will never be forgotten.
...that some dogs' feet smell like popcorn or corn chips?
A dog's paw is made to withstand freezing temperatures, yet can blister easily on a hot Texas road, and yes, some of them do smell like "frito feet". Usually. it's just the smell of bacteria found on healthy paws. Licking or chewing paws, however, could be a sign that your pup has an allergy, infection or may be feeling stressed. Have your vet check any foul odor, discoloration or sores!
Paws are precious, which is why we use safe non-irritating clay to imprint dog paws for our custom garden stones. We can also use the print you received
from the vet if your pet has
already been euthanized.
did you know?
necklaces and tear bottles to hold ashes
Timeless Traditions pendants and chains are Rhodium Plated Sterling Silver, making them tarnish resistant,
protecting and extending the life of the jewelry.
Forget-Me-Not Tear Bottle™
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...that collecting tears of grief is as old
as the Bible?
“You keep track of all my sorrows.
You have collected all my tears in your bottle.
You have recorded each one in your book."
- Psalm 56:8
During the Victorian age, people mourning the loss of a loved one would confine their tears in small, ornate silver bottles similar to this one. Their mourning period would end when their tears had evaporated, and they would keep the bottle as a token of their ever-lasting bond.
...that Saint Francis of Assisi arranged the very first live nativity scene? It was in 1223.
St. Francis is often depicted with a bird in-hand or on his shoulder as they would still in his presence to listen to him preach. As lover of all nature and specifically God’s creatures, he spoke to and of animals as his brothers and sisters. The feast of St. Francis, which takes place October 4th, is often celebrated along with the blessing of the animals.
The act of blessing, though very powerful, is also really simple. It is to request and give thanks for the power of life granted from God and mediated through the pray-er. As God’s creatures, wild, domestic and human, we share in the ability to create strong bonds of love and empathy for one another. To call an animal by name, to pray
for health or healing and continued relationship with
its human is to invoke the blessing of the animals.
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Timeless Traditions, Inc.
All Rights Reserved
How better to memorialize your friend
than with interlocking hearts and paws
on a true-blue bottle.
Vintage Stirrup Frames
thunder is the sound of
Hoofbeats from Heaven
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