At our glass studio, we have two mascots Sherman and Mattie. They keep us entertained constantly. Sherman is one big friendly guy. And his passion in life is playing ball. Our glass artist, Angie, takes both dogs on walks and to the dog park regularly. Here is Sherman at the dog park with his stick and ball — literally throwing it to Angie letting her know he wants her to “throw the ball!”
When a family looses a pet, the overwhelming feelings of grief can be difficult to process. As we speak with our customers each week, we can relate to the sense of devastation they are experiencing since our family lost a beloved pet that had literally grown-up with all the children in our household. The disbelief of having lost an animal that was an integral part of your daily life can be initially very difficult to grasp. Second to follow is typically anger. It never seems fair to lose a cherished pet and often times it hits you much harder than you anticipated. Customers often remark, “How could such a thing happen to my family?” It just never seems fair. No matter the age of the animal or the circumstances surrounding their death – it hurts. We actually started our pet cremation jewelry company based on the loss of our family pet Sweetpea.
We began creating beautiful glass hearts with pet ashes encased in molten glass to help others say your good-bye while keeping a part of their pet close by. The process of handcrafting a one-of-a-kind, custom jewelry keepsake includes encasing a small portion of a pet’s ashes, mixed with a pinch of silver mica (for sparkle), within Venetian glass orbs that are turned into wearable art … a wonderful remembrance of the bright times a beloved pet brought.
There is no replacement for a family pet that is lost, but time will heal the wounds, and, when it feels right, a family can consider adopting new pet to help fill the void.
Our pet cremation jewelry is designed to celebrate the memory of your lost companion animals. We encase the ashes of your beloved friend. Sometimes the encased ashes often look like a scattering of flecks with organic bubble patterns, but they always produce interesting and unique colors. The Lime Green Orb on the Sterling Silver Ring below is an excellent example. The process of handcrafting a one-of-a-kind, custom jewelry keepsake includes mixing the pet’s ashes with a pinch of silver mica (for sparkle) — as you can see a brilliant result is obtained in Venetian glass orb.