New Glass Keepsake Pendants with Cremation Ash

New Glass Keepsake Pendants with Cremation Ash

February 09, 2016

Glass Jewelry Keepsake Pendants with Cremation Ash

We're excited to be working with Misha, a lampworker who creates some amazing keepsake pendants.  These are about 1" by 1" in size and come in swirls and -flavors.  They include a small amount of cremains from your loved one directly in the glass matrix for a lovely 3D look.  Available in many colors, this is a great way to keep your loved one close to the heart.  Best hung by a leather cord or a 2mm sterling silver rope necklace.  Makes a wonderful sympathy gift for anyone who recently lost a dog, cat or other loved one.

These pendants are created by melting glass rods onto a graphite substrate and mixing in the cremains, then swirling the still molten colored glass with clear glass.  The result is a lovely cremation ash keepsake necklace pendant.

Starting at $99, available early March.

Wonderful keepsake pendant for those who recently lost a pet.




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