Hand Blown Glass Memorial Heart with Cremains
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Hand Blown Glass Memorial Heart with Cremains

  • From 240.00

These spectacular hand-blown glass hearts are one-of-a-kind.  Uncommon care is given to the very special process of infusing the glass with a small quantity of your loved one’s remains. The artist gives each heart the appearance of shimmering gold and silver spread throughout by using the process of dichroic glass.  This very special process not only enhances the beauty of the ash, but it captures the life and spirit of a life well-lived. The base color of your choosing is intertwined with specks of coordinating colors to give your piece added dimension.

Handcrafted by AsheArt, a community of glass artists who create unique hand-blown works of art, your memorial sphere will complement any décor while paying honor to a life well-lived.

Specifications:

  • Capacity:  A small amount of ashes (1-2 teaspoons)
  • Dimensions:  Approximately 5” in diameter
  • Materials:  Glass and Cremated Remains
  • Colors Available:  Cobalt Blue, Teal Blue, Emerald Green, Scarlet Red, Enamel White, Gold Topaz, Purple

Included: Certificate of Authenticity confirming the use of your ashes in the glassblowing process.

Optional Stand:

The infused heart can be displayed with or without the clear plastic stand (version C) shown in the photos. The stand is available as an add on for $10.

Shipping Info: 

Once we receive your order, our artists will mail you a collection kit that includes a screw-top tin for ashes, a scoop, an authorization form, and an addressed pre-paid padded envelope for return. The prepaid envelope covers the cost of USPS Priority Express mailing which is required for shipping cremation remains.

Once the artist receives your ashes, they will begin to create your memorial sphere. It generally takes 4-6 weeks to complete an order. Any ash that isn’t used during the creation process will be respectfully scattered at sea in the Atlantic Ocean. 


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