Reticello and opal pendant by Vaughn Reticello cremation pendant by Vaughn Evans Closeup of reticello pendant by Vaughn An assortment of maushroom paperweights by Vaughn Cremains in a glass marble Implosion cremation pendant by Vaughn Cremation marble by Vaughn Evans An air trap pendant by Vaughn A typical medium sized pendant by Vaughn The most common design. $20 for a half inch marble! One of my favorite shades of green

 

 

 

At CremationMarbles.com, each piece of cremation art is handmade with the highest quality borosilicate glass, by lampworker/glassblower Vaughn Evans. Click an item to jump to it's section on the main page.

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Cremation Glass Prices

This page has all of our cremation glass items, with standard designs. More information about the designs can be found here, or you can click on the object links below to see all of the advanced options for each object (WORK IN PROGRESS).

Gift certificates are available here

Use the 'Design Request' space to let us know which you'd like, or leave it blank for our best work. Quantities can be changed in the Paypal Shopping Cart.


Cremation Marbles

Glass marbles made with the ashes of your loved one. The most common size of marble is 5/8 of an inch, but the larger sizes have more detail.

Cremation Marbles - Larger Sizes

The larger the marble, the more room for detail.

Cremation Marbles - Advanced Options

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Additional Information

After you place your order, you should send one teaspoon of ash to me at:

Vaughn Evans
311 Bowen St.
Linwood, KS 66052

Let me know if I should hold on to the remaining ash for a future order, send it back with the glass, or spread it for you.

I recommend using two zippable baggies for the ash, with the air squeezed out. Put YOUR name on the baggie to avoid any mistakes. Bubble mailers are far better than regular envelopes. If you are planning on having us hold onto multiple sets of ashes for future orders, also label the bags with the name of the deceased.

A standard fee of $15 is charged for shipping and handling, $25 outside the US.

All sizes are approximate, unless you request exact sizing.

Borosilicate or "hard" glass is far less breakable than other glass, and is much more scratch resistant, an excellent plus when dealing with family heirlooms and other keepsakes. The colors are elements added to the glass, often including pure silver and/or gold. This gives even the smallest object an incredible amount of detail. Each piece of glass is annealed for strength in a glass kiln.

Vaughn also makes limited runs of Tools for Glassblowers

Special requests are always welcome.

If you would like to make your order personally through email, pay by check, or if you just have a question, email Vaughn at vaughn@cremationmarbles.com

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