December 24, 2020
Amanda Kloots recently took to Instagram, sharing a clip of a new ring made from her late husband Nick Cordero's ashes. The mom of one proudly noted that the couple's young son would inherit the beautiful jewelry.
Nick Cordero's widow Amanda Kloots has taken to Instagram to show fans the latest way she is honoring her husband, who passed away earlier in the year.
In a recent Instagram post, the fitness enthusiast shared a clip showing a beautiful gold ring with a large crystal clear stone, set in the middle with a sapphire stone.
The television personality accompanied the post with a caption revealing that the piece of jewelry arrived from popular jewelry store Stephanie Gottlieb the previous day.
Kloots explained that the ring was made with some of Cordero's ashes and noted that the sapphire stone was added because that was her late husband's birthstone.
The doting mom revealed it has been amazing to learn new ways to use ashes and noted that she and Cordero's one-year-old son Elvis would inherit the ring.
The pro dancer went further to state that she loved that her late husband was in so many beautiful places like the ocean, and now, the beautiful piece of jewelry.
Kloots took to social media revealing that she had made a flower vase using some of Cordero's ashes.
The mom of one also opened up about her family's long-standing relationship with Gottlieb, noting that Cordero got both her engagement and wedding ring from the famous jeweler.
Kloots' new post racked up reactions from fans and followers who took to the comments section gushing about how beautiful the ring looked. Several others also noted that it was a sweet way to honor Cordero.
Cordero, a former Broadway actor, passed away in July after battling the novel coronavirus complications, which left him hospitalized for several months. He was 41.
Following the actor's death, Kloots has consistently paid tribute to her late husband while also creating new ways to keep his legacy alive. In October, Kloots took to social media revealing that she had made a flower vase using some of Cordero's ashes.
The masterpiece also featured her and Elvis's footprints. According to Kloots, the vase will always have flowers in them, and looking at the plants will continue to remind her that Cordero lives on in several ways.
Nick Cordero might have passed away months ago, but the actor undoubtedly lives on in the hearts of his loved ones, and through the memories, he left them with.