We Interview The Guy Who Created Dinnerware Infused With Cremated Remains

December 27, 2016
Advertisement

By definition Chronicle Cremation Designs transforms a loved one’s ashes into remarkable ceramic design objects for your home.

What that really means is they mix cremated human ashes into a glaze which is used to coat bowls, vases, candle holders, coffee cups, cremation urns and other ceramic items. Basically, they allow you to drink coffee with Grandma (or out of Grandma) once she hits the afterlife.

Justin Crowe visited our office in Ohio to give us a hands on look at the products he creates. He shares with us his inspiration for starting the company, how he pushes back against the hard hitting negative feedback he immediately got from the funeral profession and how he is tackling the retail market by partnering with funeral homes.

Watch this short, under 5 minute interview and you may find a new appreciation for this wild idea.

Advertisement
Advertisement

You may be interested

Bizarre Burial Pod Coffins That Grow More Trees.. Not Cut Them Down
Cremation
307 views
Cremation
307 views

Bizarre Burial Pod Coffins That Grow More Trees.. Not Cut Them Down

Madison Ashby - August 16, 2018

Capsula Mundi is an Italian organization with a mission of mastering green burial. This company wants to reinvent the way…

NFDA Announces Officer Election Results
Funeral Industry News
78 views
Funeral Industry News
78 views

NFDA Announces Officer Election Results

CDFuneralNews - August 16, 2018

Brookfield, Wis. – The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) is pleased to announce that qualified association members have elected the…

Funeral Service Foundation Now Accepting Select Foundation ’45 Award Applications and Submissions
Funeral Industry News
17 views
Funeral Industry News
17 views

Funeral Service Foundation Now Accepting Select Foundation ’45 Award Applications and Submissions

CDFuneralNews - August 16, 2018

Brookfield, Wis. – The Funeral Service Foundation is now accepting online applications and submissions for select Foundation ’45 Awards, which…

Comments