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Grateful Glass To Showcase it’s Cremation Jewelry at Upcoming Death Care Industry Shows
The company’s exclusive line of cremation keepsakes provides funeral homes and crematories an additional monthly revenue stream even for cremation families who choose to purchase no urn. As the cremation rate in the United States has increased exponentially over the past several decades, so has the need for meaningful and sensibly sized cremation keepsakes.
Unlike the majority of cremation jewelry which is manufactured overseas, Grateful Glass keepsakes are made by the hands of caring and skilled artists in the USA. The company prides itself in offering some of the most innovative and elegant glass cremation jewelry currently available on the market at highly competitive prices. The entire Grateful Glass product line http://gratefulglass.com/
Gratefulglass.com remembrance jewelry is created by taking a small amount cremation ashes and encasing them within many layers of hot glass. Using traditional glassblowing techniques along with their own methodology, the trained artists at Grateful Glass carefully mix with the ashes with molten Pyrex glass. The cremation ashes become permanently fused and suspended from within the glass creating a myriad of striking white flecks and bubbles. The company’s unique process showcases the ashes in the most visible and aesthetically manner possible.
The company’s founder Matthew Olian believes that “Grateful Glass distinguishes itself from other memorial options through its distinctive meticulous attention to detail in the craftsmanship of its keepsakes, the dignity and sensitivity in which it handles every order, and the elegant design and presentation of its products.
The company will be exhibiting their product line at The NJSFDA show at the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, NJ from September 30- Nov. 2 (Booth 721) and at the NFDA show at the Music City Hall in Nashville, TN from Oct. 12-15 (Booth 1450).