"Souvenir porthold" Ring - Memorial jewelry with cremation ashes
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Souvenir porthole memorial keepsake ring. Glass bead and ashes. Personalized art made by hand, at La Meduse blown glass, in the Magdalen Islands, Quebec.
Souvenir porthole memorial keepsake ring. Stainless steel ring with glass bead and cremation ashes inserted inside.
A touch of eternal for your deceased loved ones. A unique memorial art of a loved one to keep with you. A unique, discreet work, made by hand and in the colors of your choice. La Meduse - Glass blowing, Magdalen Islands, Quebec, Canada.
Dimensions: 0.5 cm x 3 cm x 0.7 cm (glass bead)
Our jewels are the fruit of our imagination. We create them simple, but in noble materials. Most are compositions that combine glass and sterling silver. Adjustable jewelry has mountings or chains of metal alloys to allow you more versatility in the composition of the style.
The glass beads that are part of each of our jewelry are handmade and are very strong and lightweight, so you can wear them without worries.
Being settled on an island, we take inspiration from the sea around us to draw unique creative subjects and develop our own maritime signature.
In order to facilitate your difficult moments, we have developed a very simple logistics:
(1 tablespoon / piece to make)
2-638 Route 199
At La Meduse, all of our glass pieces are hand-crafted, one by one, in our workshop located in Magdalen Islands, Quebec, Canada. Existing since 1985, our workshop is one of the oldest glassblowing workshops in Canada. We are now the second generation of glassblowers to continue this millennial know-how!
As each piece is the result of a unique work, if you order several pieces of the same color, they will be similar, but will all be slightly different. They will each have their own personality, a little something that makes them unique.
Moreover, at La Meduse, we are used to shipping glass all over the world. You can rest easy, we will make sure that everything goes to you without problem, for your greatest pleasure ... and ours.