Tear Catcher Gifts Introduces Three New Hand-Blown Tear Bottles, Increasing Sympathy Gift Offerings

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Tear Catcher Gifts, an on-line gift store specializing in gifts that feature a story or tradition behind them, is pleased to introduce three new hand-blown tear bottles, bringing new beauty to their gift lines. Tear bottles are petite decorative glass bottles that are tear-drop in shape and are symbolic gifts of emotion to express shared tears of love, joy, sympathy, and remembrance.

Blue Marble Comtemporary Tear Bottle

Blue Marble Comtemporary Tear Bottle

Tear bottles don’t wilt or fade like flowers do and can be a sweet remembrance of a loved one for years to come.

For over a decade, Tear Catcher Gifts has offered tear bottles as unique sympathy gifts. This week the company adds three hand-blown tear bottles to their online store, bringing their tear bottle offerings to 25, the most comprehensive selection of genuine tear bottles for sale anywhere on the internet.

“Since the re-introduction of tear bottles as a sympathy gift over a decade ago, gift buyers have had a heartfelt and lasting way to say, ‘I’m truly sorry about your loss,’” says Anna Graham, owner of Tear Catcher Gifts based in Bozeman, Montana. “With the addition of these three new tear bottles, we are delighted to offer an even larger selection for consumers to choose from. Tear bottles don’t wilt or fade like flowers do and can be a sweet remembrance of a loved one for years to come.”

The new tear bottles at Tear Catcher Gifts are designed and manufactured by Timeless Traditions, Inc.; they include the “Blue Marble Contemporary Tear Bottle” with layers and swirls of blue and green colored glass in its base and a navy quartz stone cap; the “Olive Marble Contemporary Tear Bottle” which melds dark green, brown, and gold glass in the base with a Tiger Eye stone cap; and the “ Violet Marble Tear Bottle” which features smoky amethyst colored glass in the base and a purple jade stone cap. All three new bottles have a hand-painted 24K gold luster rim.

These new bottles follow the success of the Verdigris Contemporary Tear Bottle, a dramatic opaque glass bottle reminiscent of lachrymatory tear bottles of millennia ago. The tear bottle tradition dates back nearly 3,000 years, when mourners were said to collect their tears in a tear bottle, also called a lachrymatory, and bury them with loved ones to express honor and devotion.

Tear Catcher Gifts, one of the country’s leading sellers of tear bottles, provides unique gift offerings for those searching for more meaningful and historical gifts.

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