In March 1992, our family lost a wonderful, spirited friend and mother. Her views on life were inspirational: “Love the moment” and “Death is the greatest adventure of all.” Still, in the months that followed, we sought another source of comfort and strength. From Madelyn Saxer’s zest for living and her ability to embrace death, the concept of the Keepsake Pendant was born: A symbol of continuing love… a reassuring remembrance to keep close to one’s heart. In creating our pendant line, we had a simple purpose: to enable others to cope more easily, to hold a source of comfort in their hands and to find peace in their hearts. Our Keepsake Pendants bring memories to an even more personal level by holding a small portion of cremated remains, a lock of hair or dried ceremonial flowers. The pendants may be worn or displayed in a glass dome.This website shows the pendant styles in beautiful detail. The opportunity to choose a Keepsake Pendant presents itself only once- the comfort a Keepsake Pendant offers, lasts a lifetime.