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Memorial Jewellery

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Ashes transformed into a cherished ring

I cannot thank Ashes into Glass enough for creating this beautiful ring out of my boys ashes. Doobie was SO special to me and I wanted to be able to always carry him with me wherever I go. 

I chose his gem to be made blue since that was always the color leash, sweater, collar, and bandana I had him in. 

The band is engraved “forever my goodest boy” 

Doobie, you could truly never be replaced. You will always hold the biggest place in my heart. & I will miss you every day until we finally meet again at the rainbow bridge. 

– Kayli Schofield

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Keepsake Memorials

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Memorial keepsakes bringing comfort…

Thank you Ashes into Glass for our beautiful memorial keepsakes. 

My wonderful dad sadly lost his battle with Alzheimer’s and tragically passed away in October 2022 aged 59 years old.

These keepsakes mean so much to myself, mum and brother. It is so comforting to have him close to us, always. 

My dad was a beautiful human and had the kindest nature towards all. He has left a huge hole in our lives and will always be missed. 

– Tazmine, Michele and Nathan Bartram 

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Memorial Jewellery

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Treasured forever…keeping memories alive…


I am absolutely over the moon with the two pieces of jewellery made for me by Ashes into Glass.

I lost my fiancé suddenly December just passed in a motorbike accident, he was only 28. It’s completely turned my world upside down. He’s my absolute world so I’m finding it so incredibly painful and hard to come to terms with. The ring and the charm that have been made for me have given me so much comfort, I love knowing that he is with me everywhere I go and we are still doing life together, even if it isn’t the way we planned


The detail and the finish on both pieces is so beautiful I can’t thank you enough! My photos don’t do them justice. I loved the extra touch of being able to get the ring engraved, I added ‘all that I’ll ever need’ inside as we were due to get married this July and those lyrics are from our first dance song.

Thank you for bringing a little bit of my Paul back to life through these beautiful pieces of jewellery, I’ll treasure them forever.

– Rio Fisher

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Memorial Ring

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Sarah’s Dad is forever with her…

Thank you for my beautiful memorial ring. 

It’s still hard to accept that my wonderful Dad passed away 2 years ago. He was one of my favourite people in the entire world and even though we can’t have our little chats anymore I will forever have a little part of with me wherever I go. 🥰

– Sarah Woolnough

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Alfie Moon will go everywhere with Shannon…

Thank you so much Ashes into Glass for my beautiful ring with my handsome furbaby Alfie. 

I lost him in September, he was my best friend for 16 years and I feel lost without him. 

You have given me my Alfie Moon back and he can come with me everywhere I go. Words can’t describe how much this ring means to me and what you have given me by creating such a beautiful tribute of my boy.

Engraved ‘I love you mr moon’ which is what I used to say to him everyday and every night before going to sleep ❤️

– Shannon Puttock

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Ashes Creations

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Cheryl’s Daughter is always with her now…

Thank you Ashes into Glass for our beautiful creations. 

Our daughter tragically died in May aged 21 years old. These keepsakes will ensure that she is with us every day and hopefully in time give us some comfort.

We cannot express our gratitude.  💕

– Cheryl Davidson

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Ashes Pendant

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My Something Blue…

I had to pop a little post to say how amazing what you do is…

I was married on 1st June 2022 and my now husband sent me a wedding gift on the morning of our wedding day. My beautiful Ashes into Glass necklace containing my beautiful Dads ashes.

“My something blue” and to match dads blue eyes, unbeknownst to me my husband had this necklace made 2 years ago and was meant for our 2020 wedding, which was postponed and he managed to keep it a secret all this time. To have a part of him with me as my brother walked me down the aisle meant the world to me, what you do for people and the comfort you bring is immeasurable!

Thank you and thank you to my husband and mum for doing this for me. You are so missed Dad (Malcolm Andrew Chapman 1958-2016) taken way too soon.

– Claire Chapman-Smith

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