We can help you hold onto precious memories by turning your loved one’s ashes into a special glass gem embedded ring. Gold and sterling silver options are available, both of which gorgeously complement the embedded shining glass gem.
With a choice of ten glass colours, you can create a unique tribute to your loved one. Your beautiful memorial ring will be made to the finger size of your choice. The round section of the ring is 10mm in diameter. The shank is 2mm at the back.
How To Order
Precious ashes glass ring
Losing a loved one is difficult but having a piece of them wherever you go can help to soothe the pain. Transforming their precious ashes into a glass gem ring brings comfort when you wish you could hold their hand. Our process begins once we receive your order pack at our workshop. The Ashes Memorial Jewellery team use a small portion of ashes and fuse them with brightly coloured glass to handcraft a dramatic, unique gem which is then carefully inlaid on a sterling silver, 9ct gold or 9ct white gold ring.
Once polished, we can engrave a special date, name or message on the inside of the ring to make your piece uniquely yours. This ring is sturdy and perfect for day-to-day wear, but we recommend polishing to a shine with a soft jewellery cloth when needed.
Please note that colour tones may vary slightly from the images shown owing to individual computer monitor settings .
Lovingly made just for you
From the moment your loved one’s ashes arrives at our workshop to the second they leave; we treat them with the utmost care and respect. Once your glass gem ring is finished, we will carefully package it in a special gift box alongside a certificate of creation and any leftover ashes – and then send it via Royal Mail First Class post straight to your door. The creation of your ring is carried out by a team of jewellery experts who will be more than happy to talk you through the process and answer any questions you may have.
Each glass stone is handmade with your loved one’s ashes and will look completely unique! Some small bubbles will be visible in the stone; these occur naturally in the creation process due to the carbon in the ashes. Please note that colour shades may vary slightly as it glass stone is handcrafted.