Memorial Christmas baubles have been released in aid of Tommy’s

by Ellie Kirwin-Jones |
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As we start to get excited about the festive season and make our holiday plans, for some families, it's also the time for remembering those they have lost too soon.

Jayne Redmond, one of the UK's most celebrated ceramics artists and a bestselling Harrods Christmas bauble artist, has released a collection of personalised Christmas baubles in aid of Tommy's charity.

50 percent of all sales will be donated to the charity, which helps women have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies.

Tommy's is a charity that is close to Jayne's heart, having recently lost her own daughter Lua, born early at 18 weeks.


Each hand-painted bauble is decorated where you can choose to have their initials or name framed by a traditional festive wreath and red berries.

The artist created these to be an heirloom that will stay in the family for generations, and the baubles can feature names or initials of family members, and children, or act as a poignant reminder of loved ones lost too early.


Tommy’s is a national charity that wants pregnancy safer for all and ensures excellent maternity care is available for every woman and baby everywhere.

They work tirelessly to reduce the UK’s unacceptable rates of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth.


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