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Pet Ashes In Blown Glass

Pet Ashes In Blown Glass

Pet Ashes In Blown Glass

Losing your dog is like losing a member of your family. Pet cremation jewelry pendants is becoming a very popular way to keep your pets memory alive. glass cremation pendant clearNot everyone likes the feel of a traditional pet urn that sits on the shelf and collects dust. pet ashes in blown glass  is a unique way to remember your pet and keep them a little closer to your heart.



Why Blown Glass Cremation Jewelry

Each pet cremation pendant is carefully handmade and not made by a factory or machine. With that being said this is “amazingly different from anything I have ever seen!” Your pet ashes are melted into a hot glass and are preserved into a piece of hand blown glass. Since the glass is handmade, you will never get two pieces of pet cremation jewelry that will ever be alike.cremation- pendant-spiral

This unique glass pet cremation pendant is encased and now lets you and your pet go anywhere with you. Pet cremation pendants are round and have a flat back that will lay nicely against your skin. The front of these pendants are rounded in a convex lens shape that slightly magnifies your pets ashes and design inside and gathers light into the pendant.




You Can Share Your Pet Ashes

Many pets were also loved by other members in your family. Pet ash cremation jewelry allows you to take a small amount of your pet ashes and make several blown glass cremation pendants. glass cremation pendant sunriseThis makes it easier for everyone to share the love and bond that you all shared with your beloved dog.





What Is The Type Of Glass That Is Used?

Borosilicate glass is all that is used on all pet ashes in blown glass. Borosilicate glass has a longer lifetime. It’s a lot stronger than the glass that is used for glass art bowls and ornaments. Borosilicate glass is so strong its used for stove top cookware. This glass is also used by scientists, such as beakers and test borosilicate glasstubes because of its strength.

After the glass is goes through the finishing process it is much more durable. This is especially important for the day to day wear in pet urn jewelry. The Borosilicate glass is used in all cremation pet jewelry and has survived many accidents without cracking or breaking



 How To Order

If you’ve only recently lost a pet, all you need to do is order the items you would like. Within a week (for USA orders), you will receive a package with a kit that you can use to send your pet’s ashes in. Included in the kit is a beautiful blue glass jar, small measuring scoop, a card with detailed instructions and a prepaid return mailer. Once your order is received, you should have your order made and shipped within 2-4 weeks.cremation jewelry kit


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  • Victoria Reply

    What a beautiful idea-kind of like victorian momento mori.

    February 13, 2014 at 12:35 am
  • Sherry Reply

    This is such a great idea! Throughout the years I’ve lost a few of my dogs and it is such a hard time to go through. This would keep their memory that much closer. These pendants look quite beautiful too, I must add.

    February 13, 2014 at 6:02 am
  • Muriel Reply

    Hi Laura. I absolutely LOVE your article and your idea. It’s so creative. I don’t have a dog myself, but for the ones that do, this would be a great way to keep their dog’s spirit with them. Great job!

    November 1, 2014 at 11:12 pm
  • booklover2 Reply

    That’s a really awesome idea, never seen anything like it!

    November 1, 2014 at 11:28 pm
  • Lovane & Jade Reply

    Thank you for the great post on something that until now we did not even know existed.

    The artistic marriage of art with the passing over of an animal is a truly profound thing. It is beautiful that you can wear this on you close to your heart always.

    Thank you and bet wishes.

    Lovane & Jade

    November 2, 2014 at 12:23 am
  • Jolie Reply

    This is a really cool idea, thanks a lot for sharing! Are the patterns formed in the glass the actual ashes?

    November 2, 2014 at 11:40 am
    • Laura Reply

      Yes, the patterns in the glass are made with the ashes. Any of the white ash or bubbles visible in the foreground of the memorials are ash or the CO2 that escapes the ashes as they are melted into the glass.

      November 11, 2014 at 1:41 am

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