Your wedding charm is sent to you on a ribbon to tie to your bouquet. Before you throw the bouquet you remove the charm and slip it onto a chain that’s supplied and wear as a necklace. Very unique way of keeping your departed loved ones close on your special day.
Many people have lost someone close and their loss is especially missed at special occasions. One such occasion is your wedding day.
With this in mind I have created a Wedding bouquet memorial charm that is very different to what’s available at the moment
I will respectfully encapsulate the hand selected ashes of your loved one in glass and set it in silver. It is tied to your bouquet by a ribbon to match your wedding colour theme. This is the sole purpose of many bouquet charms, however, my design allows you to wear your charm as a necklace from that day forward in a chain that’s supplied.
♥️Before you throw that bouquet to the next excited lady, you remove the charm, slip it on your chain and wear your loved one close to your heart.
There are many colours of glass to from.
I am also make to make cufflinks as we don’t want to leave out the man you’re marrying
Contact me and I’ll explain how to get ashes to me. Please rest assured that I treat them with respect and you get any unused ashes returned to you. Looking for a different shape? Size? Please message. X
Corrine Thorne is a glass artist specialising in silver set fused glass and Memorial jewellery.
Based in the beautiful county of Devon creating pieces of original jewellery using her own expertly fused glass and setting it in handmade silver. Predominantly working from home, she uses a microwave kiln to form beautiful unique works of wearable art. Corrine also teaches microwave kiln glass fusing from home.
Each piece of jewellery is created by Corrine from scratch. Taking a piece of glass, or in many cases, many of pieces of glass and turning it into something beautiful. It’s wearable art. Utilising silver wire and sheet to design and create the settings for the glass as well as making many other types of jewellery. As well as glass to encapsulate ashes, Corrine uses resin as an alternative or when working with fragile components such as hair and baby teeth.
Corrine has been creating jewellery with glass for over 15 years and working with silver since 2015. She is passionate about making unique jewellery for people and this is echoed in her memorial jewellery. Designing stunning pieces of glass with cremation ashes encased inside taking into acclunt her clients’ wishes, design ideas and personal preferences. Each piece is lovingly crafted by hand with the utmost respect, resulting in a usmique item you will treasure.
‘it’s my sole reason for learning silver smithing. I wanted to be able to create my own settings for the beautiful glass I create and involve the client in the design process, ultimately making a very personal memorial piece encapsulating the ashes of a loved one or pet. I want to enable people to keep them close by’
I am consistently thinking of new designs for both my jewellery ranges and my memorial jewellery. My designs evolve.
Corrine’s experience in jewellery making is a mix of self education, college, work experience with jewellers and alot of hands on experience.