Cremation Ashes into BATH AQUA GLASS
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Our Cremation Glass range creatively encapsulates the ashes of a loved into cremation glass.
Timeless and beautiful, our Cremation Glass jewellery and keepsakes can be cherished & passed down through the generations.
By incorporating a small amount of cremation ashes into a piece of handblown or fused glass, we can create jewellery and keepsakes that can be forever treasured. We offer this service with respect, love and understanding.
We only use a small amount of cremation ashes (less than 1 level teaspoon per piece). We advise our customers that when making the memorial product there are particular technical issues that need to be understood. The process of creating our handmade glass products includes adding colour to the molten glass and at a particular point we will incorporate the cremated ashes to the gather of glass which is a temperature of 1100 degrees Celsius.
Once the piece has been completed it will be placed in an annealing oven so that it soaks to one temperature from which it will then cool down up to 2 days.
With the inclusion of the ashes it is never 100% certain that this cooling down will be successful, and in some cases a crack in the glass may appear (this can often happen with glass products with various layers of colour within). Therefore we advise that you do not send us all or the last of the cremated ashes.
We can create mixed / matched sets for the whole family to cherish. All Cremation Glass pieces can be engraved using our in-house engraving service. We offer free UK delivery on all Cremation ashes Glass Pieces.
All Memorial Glass pieces can be engraved using our in-house engraving service. We accept family, friend and pet ashes and, unless otherwise directed, will return any unused ash to you, within the UK.
All our glass is Lead-Free and can therefore be held or worn next to the skin without issue.
Crafting Cremation Ashes into Bath Aqua Glass
To create our memorial Cremation Glass keepsakes and jewellery, our Master Glassblowers take molten glass from our furnace, gently add cremation ashes and crushed coloured glass before carefully hand-shaping the glass into the required design.
Each cremation memorial glass piece is given our full attention and allowed to cool down very slowly in our digitally controlled kilns to prevent thermal cracking from occurring.
To create our Dichroic and ashes glass jewellery we layer sheets of glass around the ashes and then carefully fuse them into a single piece of sturdy, decorative glass. We then finish the design with a Sterling Silver finding.