Pet ashes into memorial Glass Jenny Wren
The Jenny Wren can be seen hopping around our gardens most days, inspiring joy and happiness, creating playtime for our pets. They are nimble little things, never staying in one place for more than a second or two before hopping away searching for food. Their explosive song, commands immediate attention, as if to say “Hey, over here! I may be small in size, but not in personality”.
They are discreet yet prominent, these individually hand blown glass birds are stunning.
The Memorial Glass Jenny Wren contains a small amount of your loved ones ashes amongst shades of brown and beige colours with a touch of golden sparkle as if shimmering in the sunshine. They are handmade in Devon by craftsmen with years of experience
Top to bottom – 60mm*
Circumference – 50mm*
Weight – 350g*
*slight variations are possible as each one is hand blown.
The Jenny Wren birds are a lovely size that fits perfectly in your hand, such a tactile memorial item and has a good weight if you also wish to use them as a paperweight.
The procedure is extremely rigorous and each item comes with a certificate of authenticity so that you know that only the ashes you have provided are in your memorial glass.
Keeping your pet’s ashes
Many people keep their pet’s ashes at home, some because they are not sure what to do with them, some because they are not yet ready to do something with them and some simply want to keep them close by, in the house. Sometimes, very well meaning, friends will give advice such as ‘it’s time to move on’ or ‘you’ll feel better if you scatter/bury them’. But only you will know how you feel about the loss and only you will know when and if the time is right to do something else with the ashes.
Splitting your pet’s ashes
It is worthwhile thinking about keeping some of your pet’s ashes. You can scatter or bury most of the ashes on a favourite walk perhaps, or in the garden. But if you keep a small amount back you can memorialise when you are ready. This will give you more time to decide what you want to do as your feelings may change over time.
As soon as you buy an ashes into glass ornament we will send you a pack with everything you need to send a small amount – a teaspoon of ashes per item – securely to our glassmaker.
The glass maker keeps the ashes securely in a safe until they are individually handmade into your glass memorial. Once cooled the robin is sent securely to you with the certificate of authenticity.
The process takes between 6 to 10 weeks from receipt of ashes.
If you do have an urgent order then perhaps consider a gift voucher instead – Gift Voucher.
Losing your pet is tough, you can find lots of helpful advice and practical tips on our advice pages here or you can sign up to our 12 step pet loss guide guide here. It offers you some ideas for coping with your grief journey including your self-care which is often a victim at this time.