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Farewell Celtic Ashes by Jennifer Muldowney   

FUSED/ENCASED Collection

*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.

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