Semen Inclusions

We aim to produce beautiful handmade jewellery for those wishing to keep a memento representing fertility, intimacy and the creation of life; this means we have the honour of making keepsakes that contain actual DNA.

When ordering a keepsake from us, we send out a Collection Kit that will contain all the items you will need to send your inclusions to us safely. Please take some time to review the collection kit page, as it gives detailed instructions on how to collect, how much to send and how to ship items back to us.

There are a number of ways NSFW and semen jewellery can be created to represent deep emotional connections between partners, I will be covering them in detail below.

Dried Flowers or Leaves
Flowers or leaves that have been dried can be placed into resin, these can be provided by you from special events or plants that had been planted on a significant date.

The fabric can be as little as a few strands or a section that has been carefully cut out; when sealed and encased within resin, the fabric can appear darker and take on a similar shade to how it looks when wet and so please keep this in mind.

Yes, head hair or pubic hair can be used before you ask. We will only ever ask for as much as you're willing to send to us and can work with as little as a few strands; we do ask that keep half at home with you just in case.

TRIGGER WARNING; blood, graphic details below.

Tissue samples.
We can also encapsulate dried tissues, please make sure that no chemicals have been used previously to preserve the tissues, as this renders them unusable for memorial jewellery. We cannot accept raw samples, they must be fully dehydrated before sending to us.

  1. To dry the samples, if frozen, defrost them in a safe place or slowly in the fridge if you prefer.

  2. Once fully defrosted, turn your oven onto its lowest heat setting with the door slightly ajar.

  3. Rinse the samples with cool, clean water and pat them dry. To decrease oven time, you may cut samples into smaller pieces however this isn’t necessary.

  4. Line a baking tray with parchment paper, lay your samples on top, as flat and as thin as you can, and place them into the oven, where it can take approx. 4-8 hours to dry fully (they may be bendy, but feel light and totally dry to the touch)

  5. Make sure to keep some at home, and send a piece no bigger than an orange seed to us using our collection kit.

Blood must be fully dry before shipping to us.