Cremation Glass

Cremation ash glass from is handmade by an artist with over two decades of experience, and with the highest quality borosilicate glass. Boro (or "hard" glass) is less fragile than other glass. It's also far more scratch resistant, a must when dealing with family heirlooms and keepsakes. Each piece of cremation glass is annealed in a glass kiln for maximum strength.

Quantities can be changed in the Paypal Shopping Cart.

When ordering one of the items below, you may choose a specific design and write it in the 'Request' box, or leave that spot blank (or with just your preferred colors) to let the artist choose the design.

Cremation Marbles - Small

Glass marbles made with the ashes of your loved one. These small marbles are great for your pocket. Choose either a Basic, Complicated, or Impossible design.

Cremation Marbles - Large

Large cremation marbles that are best for display. Check the Add-ons/Upgrades section for marble stands. Choose either a Basic, Complicated, or Impossible design.

Cremation Beads

Cremation glass beads, made to last! All except the 1/2" have large holes. For more than two colors, or a special look, order the advanced beads.

Everything Else

Gift Certificates

Gift Certificates are available, in digital format. No paper necessary! We can notify the recipient if you like.

    If gift, who is the recipient?


Have us handwrite letters (in titanium!) on the glass. Get a marble stand, or a handmade ring(request size in blank). Try a marble cage, and wear your marble as a pendant. Have us put a pendant or bead onto a chain for you(request length). Pay a fee for multiple sets of ashes.


After you place your order, you should send one teaspoon of ash (a regular spoonful) to me at:

Vaughn Evans
311 Bowen St.
Linwood, KS 66052

I recommend using two zippable baggies for the ash, with the air squeezed out. Write YOUR name on the baggie in permanent marker. Use a bubble mailer.

If you are planning on having us hold onto multiple sets of ashes for future orders, also label the bag with the name of the deceased.

Let me know if I should hold on to the remaining ash for a future order, send it back with the glass, or spread it for you by writing KEEP, RETURN, or SPREAD on the upper corner of the baggie.

A standard fee of $20 is charged for shipping AND the handling of the ashes. $30 outside the US.

All sizes are approximate. If you need something exactly sized, make a note of it, and we'll do our best.

Vaughn also makes tools for glassblowers.

If you would like to make your order personally through email, pay by check, make a special request, or if you just have a question, email Vaughn at

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