Pet Memorial Glass Paperweight with Custom Trivet

By TZ Glass by Tari Zarka

Starting at $248.00
  • Please allow 4-6 weeks for production after receipt of ashes.
Custom Wooden Trivet

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The spirit of a pet who has passed away lives on in a cremation glass paperweight. Artist Tari Zarka’s unique designs are made with an animal’s ashes. She places the ashes—individually—into durable, borosilicate glass as it’s being created. The wooden trivet can be customized to memorialize a pet, too. It’s a beautifully-made and meaningful way to remember a beloved companion. Made in the USA and Made for a Lifetime.

  • Required: Submit email with purchase, see guide on how to submit pet’s ashes after purchase
  • Made in USA: Bucks County, PA
  • Materials: Borosilicate glass; Trivet: Wood
  • Care: Handle with care over carpeted surfaces. Do not drop on tile or hard surfaces.
  • Includes: One glass paperweight in a gift box with custom wooden trivet
  • Pets ashes incorporated into the glass design, placed individually in the glass
  • Customized trivet features paw design
  • Paperweight signed on the bottom by the artist
  • Due to the constraints of mailing human remains and sensitivity of the subject matter, the artist is not offering to create jewelry or sculptures with non-animal remains at this time
  • Please note: Made of glass, do not drop. Adding ashes to glass may cause some bubbles to form in the final product. Keep out of reach of children
  • For ages 12+
  • Dimensions: 1.5" x 2" diameter
  • Weight: 0.15 lb

About TZ Glass by Tari Zarka

Pet Tributes

TZ Glass by Tari Zarka is a lovely and sentimental way to keep a pet’s memory alive after they pass on. Each glass piece of art is carefully handcrafted by Tari to incorporate a pet’s ashes into a suncatcher, paperweight, or pendant that are all made for a lifetime.

In her Pennsylvania studio (housed in her grandparents former hosiery mill), Tari carefully positions ashes into borosilicate glass while it’s being crafted in fire. Her original designs incorporate earth tones to symbolize a pet’s time spent here, and blues to represent their spirit moving on.

Tari had been a glass artist for years, but incorporating pet ashes into her work is something new for her. A client request for a pet memorial started a new journey for Tari, whose beautiful pieces light up spaces—and lives—with loving meaning.