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Farewell Celtic Ashes by Jennifer Muldowney   


*Cremated Ash needed*

Send the ashes of your loved one to us and we will create a bespoke Fused or Encased Glass piece of jewelry just for you. No two pieces are ever the same.

Farewell Celtic Ashes by Jennifer Muldowney

PERSONAL Collection

*Cremated Ash/Hair option*

Choose to put your loved ones' hair or ashes into a beautiful vessel in the privacy and comfort of your own home. We provide everything you need.

 Farewell Celtic Ashes by Jennifer Muldowney

MEMORIAL Collection

Own a precious piece of Celtic jewelry that symbolizes you or a friends loss of their loved one. No ash or hair needed. 

A loving gift for a grieving friend or family member.


Arlington - USA's National Cemetery

February 21, 2018

Arlington National Cemetery is considered the United States of America's most hallowed ground. It is the final resting place for more than 400,000 active military, veterans and their families and it is a sight to behold. For as far as the eye can see, there are grave markers. I couldn't take a photo that did this sight justice. To be there is to experience it fully.

A fully operational national...

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Funeral Etiquette - mostly Irish!

February 14, 2018

Although etiquette is now considered ‘old-fashioned’ in many quarters, here are some guidelines to respectful modern-day etiquette for a funeral.

Consider not:
  • Allowing toddlers to run around with no parental supervision;
  • Answering your mobile phone during any part of the funeral service;
  • Pointing out to the next-of-kin which of the deceased’s possessions you would like to have;
  • ‘Whispering’ loudly...

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Funeral directors in Ireland

December 16, 2017

Typically when someone in Ireland dies, the first thing a family does is to contact a local funeral director or undertaker. A funeral director’s job usually involves:

  • Collection of the deceased’s body;
  • Preparation of the deceased’s body;
  • Embalming the body;
  • Provision of a coffin and hearse;
  • Provision of transport for the family and guests;
  • The organization of, and payment for, the burial plot (if not...

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