Memento Blue

Memento Blue Pebble Blue Flower

A memory lives within and stays with you forever.

The loss of a loved one is irreversible and everyone processes it in their own way. The need for a physical tribute, ritual, or tradition has existed throughout the ages and transcends all ages, ranks, classes, and backgrounds. It serves to honor, remember, and draw strength and energy from. Tangible comfort for the current and future generations.

In addition to the collection of hand-painted Memento Blue Pebbles, there is the option for custom decoration. A special request or personal idea can be translated and crafted into a design in personal consultation with one of our master painters. The seal of the small urn, which ensures the contents remain safe, can also be personalized with a ceramic transfer. For a custom design or personalized seal, you can contact us at Please note that additional costs will apply. All Memento Blue Pebbles have a delivery time of approximately two weeks.

Delivery time 2/3 weeks


Collection Memento Blue
Craftmanship Hand-painted
Dimensions 10,5 × 10,5 × 4,8 cm
Artikelnr. 65600700


Collection Memento Blue
Dimensions 10,5 × 10,5 × 4,8 cm
Craftmanship Hand-painted
Weight 0,21 kg.
Artikelnr. 65600700
Usage Not dishwasher safe
Not microwave safe
  • Original Delft Blue since 1653
  • Comes with a certificate of authenticity
  • Worldwide shipping

Memento Blue Pebble

Subtle, light, handy, striking and unobtrusive at the same time. An organic shape with a compact seal. Stylishly crafted design. Symbolically decorated.

A clay paste is poured into a specially made plaster mould, the inside of which is shaped like a Pebble. The plaster mold sucks water out of the clay mass; a firm skin is formed against the plaster wall. When this skin has reached a sufficient thickness after some time, the rest of the porridge is poured out of the mold.

The suction effect of the plaster mold continues until the clay skin of the mold is released. At that moment the mold can be opened, releasing the Pebble.

Subsequently, the existing casting seams are manually updated and sponged nice and smooth. A precise work that determines the final shape of the Pebble.

The Pebble gets a special layer of diluted clay called ‘engobe’. The product is then placed in the oven for the first time and fired to a temperature of 1160 ° C. After 24 hours, the product, which is now called ‘biscuit’, is removed from the oven.

The pottery painters hand-paint the traditional Royal Delft decorations on the Pebble. They do this with special brushes made of sable and squirrel hair and a black paint based on cobalt oxide. The cobalt in the paint undergoes a chemical reaction in the oven that changes the color from black to blue. Then the Pebble goes into the oven again.

The last step of our production process is quality control. Every product is inspected from top to bottom to determine whether it can be sold as a Premium Royal Delft product, the hallmark of quality.