About the Glass Artist

Thank you for taking the time to get to know me. I’m Mark Hamilton… professional glass artist. For the last 20+ years I’ve specialized in creating hand blown glass jewelry out of strong borosilicate glass. After experiencing the loss of 3 close friends and my big tom cat Leo, I decided to put my skills to use in the service of others who’d lost people and pets close to them.

Cremation jewelry is the most rewarding glass work I’ve ever done.  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.

Artist Creating Hand Blown Glass Cremation Jewelry

I take my part in this seriously and am always conscious in treating both my customers and the ashes of their loved ones with care and respect.

If you have some of your loved one’s ashes and are interested in having them preserved in a piece of glass art, please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have about the process.

In Peace,

Mark Hamilton
Owner/Artist
Psyche Cremation Jewelry

Testimonials

Spiral Galaxy Cremation Pendant Review by Robin Rogers

Not sure why it entered my mind today to send you a message, but I wanted you to know how special the cremation pendant you made for me is. My beloved cat Olivia died on October 4, 2009 and you made the pendant for me shortly after that.

I don’t even know how to describe the reactions I get to it. From anyone’s perspective, it appears to be just a simple glass pendant. But people comment on it CONSTANTLY. I am not kidding. In the bank, in stores, etc. The person who asks is almost always someone who needs to talk about their pet they have lost. I am not new age-ish at all, but it is like it has an energy that reaches out to those who need it.

My mother and I travel together a lot, and she is actually weary of people commenting on it and my talking to them (she says “I know this story and walks away!), but even she concedes that God is putting me in the right place at the right time for people to notice it that need to talk. It frequently leads to a “dead cat/dog cry-fest” ? but is cathartic for both me and the person who asked about my necklace.

So, I just wanted you to know how much it means to me. It is my most cherished possession and I wear it almost daily. Thank you for creating these wonderful works of art and emotion.

Robin Rogers
  • Psyche Cremation Jewelry
  • 70 SW Century Dr, Suite 100-397
    Bend, Oregon 97702
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  • 541-393-8088

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