Sparkling memorial glass charm beads finished to a high standard with genuine sterling silver (925) core through the centre of the bead. Perfect for fitting a Pandora bracelet, and can make lovely gifts for family members.
These memorial glass charms perfectly capture the light, so you can see the beautiful, unique patterns that your loved one’s ashes have made when they were encapsulated in the glass.
Custom crafted with love in Canada.
After you order, a collection kit will be mailed and will include: a small tin with a lid, a disposable spoon, instruction sheet and an addressed envelope to the artists making the piece you selected. You may receive multiple kits if you have ordered from more than one artist.
These custom keepsakes will be completed within 2-4 weeks after you mail in your cremated ashes.
Your order will include a Certificate of Authenticty.
Losing a loved one is a very difficult; celebrate their life by creating a memorial keepsake to cherish for years. We create one of a kind memorial keepsakes by incorporating the cremated remains of your loved one in glass. All of our keepsakes are designed and handcrafted by Canadian glass artists across Canada.
Each memorial keepsake is created with the utmost respect, dignity, and care. When using our service you can order with confidence knowing that we take great pride in creating a special piece for you to cherish for years
A Canadian Artist will custom create and infuse glass using a small amount of your loved one's ashes, making a one of a kind piece for you and your family to cherish for years. As with any custom creation, your product may vary slightly from the images shown. Your loved ones ashes, sometimes create small bubbles inside your memorial. We like to call them Spirit Bubbles. Each piece will vary depending on how the ashes interact with the glass and heat.
Once the ashes are received by the artist, they carefully sift a small amount onto a metal plate. 2100 degree glass is then gathered out of the furnace, onto a rod, and the molten glass is rolled over the ashes on the metal plate. The glass cooled slightly before more molten glass is gathered over the ashes, which encases the ashes inside the glass. It is then placed into an oven to cool and strengthen.
Narrow rods of glass are melted with the flame tip of a torch. The molten glass is wound around a mandrel (thin, stainless steel rod). The removal of this mandrel will therefore leave a hole through the center, creating a bead. While the glass is around the mandrel it is turned into different positions to enable it to take shape.
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