GLASS OCEAN WAVE WITH ASHES
We really love these Unique and stunning ocean inspired ashes into glass memorial waves. As with all our memorial glass ornaments they are handmade in Devon by craftsmen with years of experience.
They come in a choice of three different oceans: Atlantic which is a dark blue, Pacific which is blue, and Tropic which is light blue. The ashes are mixed into the foot of the memorial ornament during the hot glass making process.
They are a subtle and stunning ornaments for any room, allowing you to keep you loved one close. These are ideal for lovers of the sea, from sailors to surfers from divers to fishermen, if your loved one had a passion for the ocean then what better choice. Particularly if you have chosen to scatter them at sea, you could keep just a little bit back and have the ashes blown into glass. You could even collect a little sand from the beach too if you choose to scatter from the shore.
As each is handmade they do vary in size slightly, however, on average the measurements are 30cm (W) x 25cm (H) x 20cm (D)
If you choose a memorial of one of these unique ashes into glass pieces you will be sent a pack so you can send us a small amount of ashes, these will then be hand-blown into a unique piece.
As soon as you buy an ashes into glass ornament we will send you a pack with everything you need to send a small amount – a teaspoon of ashes per item – securely to our glassmaker.
The glass maker keeps the ashes securely in a safe until they are individually handmade into your glass memorial. Once cooled the wave is sent securely to you with the certificate of authenticity.
The process takes between 8 to 10 weeks from receipt of ashes.
If you do have an urgent order why not consider a gift voucher instead – Gift Voucher
Keeping the ashes
Many people keep their loved one’s ashes at home, some because they are not sure what to do with them, some because they are not yet ready to do something with them and some simply want to keep them close by, in the house. Sometimes, very well meaning, friends will give advice such as ‘it’s time to move on’ or ‘you’ll feel better if you scatter/bury them’. But only you will know how you feel about the loss of your loved one and only you will know when and if the time is right to do something else with the ashes.
Splitting the ashes
It is worthwhile thinking about keeping some of your loved one’s ashes, as long as there are no religious reasons. You can scatter or bury most of the ashes on a favourite walk perhaps, or at sea or on a favourite holiday. But if you keep a small amount back you can memorialise when you are ready. This will give you more time to decide what you want to do as your feelings may change over time.