$745.00 – $1,695.00
Ashes into Glass ® Cufflinks are a promise of eternal love and ensure that you continue to share special moments and occasions together.
Each one is diamond-point inscribed to the back with your own personal message.
- Product Description
- Order Process
The Ashes into Glass ® Halo Cufflinks are the perfect way to continue to share special moments with your loved one. The real diamonds accentuate the most precious centre stone. Ashes into Glass ® gemstones are made to last a lifetime and you can confidently wear your ring daily in the knowledge that its shine will endure.
When you have placed your order, we will send you an Ordering Pack which contains everything you need to securely package the ashes, measure your finger if you are having a ring and ship the ashes to us. There will also be an ordering form, so you can add more items to your order if you wish. Please ship to our US office in Tarrytown, New York in the pre addressed envelope. Your jewelry will be created in our England, UK workshop and you will receive your completed order within 4 – 6 weeks.
How much ashes do you need? A small amount, one spoonful of ashes per order. The ashes are a bit like glitter, we need more than we use.
How do I get the ashes to you? We will send you an order pack which contains everything you will need to order items and securely send the ashes. Please ship to our office in Tarrytown, New York and we will create your jewelry in our UK workshops.
How long does the process take? Ashes into Glass ® is unique, one-of-a-kind jewelry that will last a lifetime. There are several stages to the creation process, which can take up to six weeks.
How durable is the jewelry? Can I wear it all the time? Ashes into Glass ® jewelry is made to be worn and to last. The gemstones are toughened and are almost diamond-hard. They require no special care. The metal part of your jewelry will wear, like all precious metal jewelry.
Do you offer a guarantee? All Ashes into Glass ® jewelry carries a lifetime warranty against manufacturing fault.