A memorial heart bead is a lovely way to keep a lost loved one close by. In this bead the ashes are just below the dichroic surface, as this is mainly clear, it is a discreet way to display them.
I make them with love and respect and I treat every request with the up most care and attention. To make them I first melt glass, and the ashes are gently pressed in the ashes to attach them, and they are then encased in clear and encased again with several layers of the dichroic glass. The pictures show a bead I have made, each one will be slightly different and special.
If you would like your bead made into a piece of jewellery, I can also do this for you. There are options in this listing for size and if you would like one as a bead or as a pendant (please use the drop down menu). If you also require any extra charms, please message me to discuss befire buying.
Chains are also available,https://bit.ly/3k2CWhM
Pendants do not include a chain, but are made ready to hang
Available in two sizes (bead sizes) Large 20x19x12mm or Extra Large 30x27x13mm - sizes are approx.
To make them up into pendants adds approx 15-20mm to the length. Findings to make them up into pendants are sterling silver. The picture shows a silver stardust bead at the top of the heart, but this could easily be changed for a crystal if preferred. Actual design of findings may vary slighly, but will be of the same high quality.
Please can you contact me before sending any ashes. Note, I recommend that you send ashes to me double bagged in something secure like a grip seal bag and send in a padded envelope with a covering note (Half a teaspoon is plenty) Any remaining ashes will be respectfully scattered within my flower garden. Please do not send me all your ashes.
Your bead will be sent back to you using a signed for service or tracked service (depending on availability). Please note, you must select the shipping upgrade (not standard shipping when ordering this x
I will aim to make these as fast as possible for you, but it will depend on when I received the ashes (usually takes a couple of weeks)
I use the finest glass produced around the world including Effetre, Vetrofond, Creation Is Messy, and Double Helix and my own frit blends.