Once lockdown ends, I will be able to get back into the workshop. I will be making a range of memorial pieces using my Grandmother's ashes for my family, I will then photograph these to use as the example photographs for my memorial range. The photos I have used currently are to help you get a rough idea of what the piece may look like.
This listing is for a large memorial paperweight. You can select your preferred colour combination from the drop-down menu, if you do not see the colours you would like please email me and I will source those colours for you (email@example.com). The piece will be approximately 9-10cm in diameter due to the process in which they are made exact dimensions will vary from piece to piece.
Once I receive your loved one's ashes, I will lay your chosen colours out and apply them to opposite sides of the glass. Then I will apply the ashes to the two remaining sides of the glass before reheating the glass to ensure that the ashes fully bind to it. I then hang the glass down and use gravity to create the swirls within the piece. I then coat this in another layer of glass to ensure that the ashes are fully encapsulated. I then round off the shape before putting it in the annealer to slowly cool down over night. Once cooled I will flatten the base.
Your memorial piece will then be sent to you alongside any remaining ashes.