GlassBerries

Miscarriage Christmas Ornament 8 Weeks with Glass Raspberry, Leaf and Crystal Heart

Miscarriage Christmas Ornament, Glass Raspberry Ornament with your choice of silver-tone or gold-tone metal parts. A clear 2-1/4" diameter glass globe houses one lifelike glass raspberry and one glass leaf, both made by me, and one crystal heart in your choice of 12 colors. The berry is about ½ inch in diameter. To avoid breakage during shipment your ornament will be shipped in two pieces, with both parts in free paper gift boxes with gold-colored bows. Assembly inst will be shipped in two pieces, with both parts in free paper gift boxes with gold-colored bows. Assembly instructions will be included in the package.If you choose the silver-colored version, the rings and chain inside the ornament will be made Sterling Silver. If you choose the gold-colored version the rings and chain inside will be made of 14/20 Gold-Filled. The ornament caps are made of silver-tone or gold-tone metal foil.This ornament is meant to be a remembrance, memorial or sympathy gift for someone who has suffered a miscarriage or otherwise lost a baby at the 8 weeks stage of development. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS: Please be very careful of the glass rim at the mouth of the sphere. The glass is thin and irregular in shape. Applying pressure to the glass lip could cause it to shatter and create a sharp glass hazard. Do not apply any force to push the pieces inside the sphere. Gravity and a little wiggling and jiggling will allow them to slide through.With the leaf and berry hanging down between them, place your fingers on the outsides of the two spring wires. Squeeze them together until the ends are less than ½ inch apart. Pick up the globe with your other hand. Position the berry above the sphere opening. Using gravity, let the berry slip down through the mouth of the sphere, followed by the leaf and then the heart. As the ends of the spring wires approach the mouth of the sphere, slip them both inside. After that you can let go of the springs and use your fingers to help you coax the cap down over the opening. read more