Losing someone is one of the, if not the most difficult experiences you can have in your lifetime. The farewell is difficult as the death itself and especially if you have to deal with the ceremonies and so on… The healing process, whether it was someone from your family, friends, or even a pet, takes quite some time. But Psyche Cremation Jewelry can help you cope with the loss of your loved ones by making you feel their presence in your lives continues even after the tragedy.
What makes Psyche jewelry so unique is its elegant and artistic way that merges feelings with physical objects. It will always make your loved ones be close to your heart and contain the feeling of their presence. Their ashes won’t collect dust on your shelf, nor will it make you dispose of them and never have the chance to possess the ashes again, rather, it makes the remaining feel less painful by reminding you of the tragedy by just being “ashes.” Ashes become art, and a more beautiful and tolerable way of confronting the loss, by becoming jewelry and thus, a part of you and your daily wear.
The person behind this got the idea only after suffering from some loses himself. He lost his two close friends and his big Tom cat called Leo. Only after the tragedy, he found out that he can be at service to those who have suffered as well. Mark Hamilton, figured out he could use his profession of lamp work glass artistry to create glass jewelry, using strong borosilicate glass. Although Mark has been working and specializing his lampwork profession for 20 years, he said that creating cremation jewelry is the most rewarding work. “I’m honored to be able to make beautiful creations out of hot glass that help people hold the memory of their loved ones close to their hearts.” Says Mark humbly, and about his work he concisely states “Ashes and glass fuse in a dance of old and new, emerging as a beautiful piece of glass art.”
Mark promises to handle the ashes as if they were real people. Jewelry is handcrafted in a way that you have never seen before. The process of making is sort of playful since you never know how will bubbles create patterns (bubbles arise as CO2 gas bubbles the ashes absorbed in glass). Its uncontrolling nature symbolically represents soul itself. The artist also demands to know something about the deceased so that he can transmit their essence into the jewelry.
The best proof of originality and impact on people that Marks work has is described in one of many letters and testimonies he receives from delighted customers. “After receiving it in the mail, I had just to sit once unwrapping it and just admire it-the feelings that ran through me were almost surreal in nature.” Says Susan Sheldon from NY and adds “It is always close to my heart & gives me closure.” She also states how he did not disappoint her, and full-heartedly recommends his work to ones who desire this kind of memorizing loved ones.
For all that you may want to know, how to send ashes, how will you receive them, or what shape or pattern would you like, you should better check Marks website by searching Psyche Cremation Jewelry on the web.