Eternity Beads

Contact: Cheryl Winterflood
Work The Glass Butterfly Studio 11 Anne Road Wellingborough Northamptonshire NN16 0HX England Cell Phone: +44 7850524363 Website: Eternity Beads Website Blog: Facebook
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The creators of the original ‘Eternity Bead’ ashes infused glass memorials – a family run business motivated to helping others experiencing loss. We can preserve the ashes of any loved one in our wonderful glass memorial pendants. We can also preserve the earth soil or sand from a favourite walk or a special place. These beads also make gorgeous mementos, encasing for example the sand or soil from a special holiday, a wedding or honeymoon. Handcrafted glass ashes bead or bar on an 18″ inch solid Sterling 925 Silver curb chain necklace for you to keep your keepsake or memorial close to your heart. The keyrings are perfect for non-jewellery wearers and, like the necklaces, come in a choice of glass bead or bar and a stunning range of colours.

Memories are preserved forever in our high quality glass jewellery and keepsake creations.

Precision, care and respect goes into the creation of each glass memorial at the Glass Butterfly Studio in the UK. Each handcrafted quality glass bead is made using a skilled process called lampworking which uses a high temperature torch to melt glass at over a thousand degrees Celsius. The beads are then cooled overnight in a special kiln which toughens the beads making them incredibly strong and durable. Choose from a round eternity bead (20mm diameter), a small cylinder eternity bar (20mm long x 15mm diameter) or a large cylinder eternity bar (40mm long x 15mm diameter). There is also a wide range of stunning colours to choose from.

Crafting time is approx. 2 weeks from receipt the ashes at the studio.

For every bead sold, a £2.50 donation is given by the makers to the NCTLC Trust charity – a children’s cancer charity dedicated to supporting families living with tumors, leukemia and other cancers. http://www.NCTLCtrust.com

Categories: Jewellery
Updated 10 months ago.

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