Glass Memorials That Contain The Ashes Of The Dead

Artful Ashes is a company that’s found a new and creative way to store the ashes of your loved ones. They don’t just places the ashes in an urn, they turn them into art.

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Lighted orange and gold orb in remembrance of Mike. #artfulashes #orb #orange #lightedbase #memorial #urn

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One of our favorites, Burgundy/Purple/Gold! #artfulashes #memorial #pretty #love #family #remembrance

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Beautiful amber/burgundy/gold orb. #artfulashes #memorial #orb #amber #burgundy

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