handcrafted in Cornwall
Earth to earth...
ashes to ashes...
d u s t t o d u s t . . .
This is essentially what we do here at Casting Ashes®.
As an act of love and service, on your behalf we cast ashes.
Adding cremation ash to sculpture is a beautiful way to honour someone's essence and celebrate their enduring presence in our lives. The small sample of cremation ashes you send to us we combine with dust from the earth - literally granite dust mined from the ground just a few miles from our workshop here in Cornwall.
Our aim is to create something tangible to keep close by when we lose someone we love. Something to have and hold that symbolises our enduring elemental connection to the earth and to one another.
Inspired by the coastal landscape, our designs bring neutral tones and natural elements into your living space in such a way as to bring a sense of calm to heart and mind and to blend unobtrusively with your home decor.
You're never alone with a Companion Pebble. Elemental minerals and nature’s palette are blended to bring you beautiful stones that hold space for loved ones.
Candlesticks & Tealight Holders
Enjoy the comforting glow of candlelight. Choose from a range of designs, from smooth scandinavian-style minimalism, whimsical fairytale or modern rustic.
Angels & Orbs
Bringing a touch of grace into your home or garden. Browse our collection of of all things angelic.
Touchstones & Planters
Stones that hold space for loved ones with a calming natural aesthetic, and range of planters to house new life - a symbol of symbiosis and the ongoing life-cycle.
One-off Pieces by Noel Brennan
Cremation ash is mixed into a paste with the cement and applied in layers to a wire frame to achieve striking figurative sculpture.
Helping you keep loved ones close.
"I really want you to both know what a fabulous job you have done.
From start to finish you have treated us with kindness and an understanding you don’t often see these days.
I can’t thank you enough for going above and beyond for us. I will be sitting in front of the tv tonight holding my husbands hand and heart and I have you to thank for that."