The Ordering Process

Fusing glass with cremation ash is a wonderful way to hold your loved one close to your heart. When you order a custom keepsake you are purchasing an original piece of art.

The first step is to contact me and I will discuss the ordering process with you. Ordering your keepsake will consist of;

  • A consultation, followed by a kit you will receive in the mail
  • Sending ashes, a very small amount (1/4th teaspoon) in a container that I will supply.
  • Payment- 50% down when you place your order 
  • Your completed piece along with any unused ash will be mailed to you.
  • Pendants are finished with a sterling silver  bail and will arrive with a sterling silver snake chain: 16, 18 or 20 inch. 
  • Key chains are in stainless steel for higher durability or leather.
  • Sun catchers and ornaments will be finished for hanging
  • Matching earrings containing no ash are available for an additional cost.

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Artist Bio

Art has always played a large roll in my life, surrounded by art and artists.

As a child bringing home a drawing from school  it would promptly be displayed on the "art wall" with a piece of tape, a wad of clay on the book shelf. There were no report cards up only art. I am the youngest of eight, most of us are artists; painting, pastel, poetry, photography, sculpture and me with jewelry although I made my living for over 40 years as a hair stylist and teacher. Our father was an architect and water colorist, our mother a blue ribbon baker and quilter. Art was revered in our house.

When my son died I began to teach myself the art of glass fusing encasing his ashes, seeking to heal. I soon began to silversmith drawing on my limited skill set from high school and began selling at art fairs and offering custom work with cremation ashes. 

Anne Wayman