February 09, 2016
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.
October 10, 2019
May 17, 2019
Once a deceased loved one is cremated, there are many different options for what to do with the ashes. Some people choose to bury them in a cemetery, entomb them in a columbarium, keep them at home in an urn or even turn them into beautiful pieces of cremation jewelry or memorial art.
Others decide – whether at the request of the deceased or due to personal reasons – to scatter the cremated remains somewhere. Along with the choice to scatter, however, comes a whole new set of decisions to be made. In particular, where those remains should be disbursed?
May 09, 2019
When a loved one passes away, there are so many decisions to be made. Where will the funeral be held? What type of service should there be? What should be done with his or her remains? If you’re wondering what to do with a loved one’s ashes, here are a few ideas to keep in mind.