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Urns

Urns are specifically made for holding cremated remains. They range in shape and size, and can be simple in form or a true work of art. The urns we offer come in a variety of natural materials, such as bronze, wood and stone. We also offer smaller keepsake urns, mementos and jewelry. For more information about our selection please contact us.

 

Cast Bronze Urn

Cast Bronze

Cast bronze urns are made of solid bronze, offering strength and durability. Some have a traditional vase shape, while others are crafted works of art featuring hand applied patina finishes - all of which are especially appropriate for display in the home.

 
Hardwood Urn

Hardwood

Like fine furniture are made from a variety of woods like Cherry, Oak, Walnut and Poplar. Distinctive graining patterns assure that no two wood urns are exactly alike. Each hardwood urn comes with a bronze plaque, suitable for engraving.

 
Metal Urn

Metal

Metal urns are machine crafted from both base and alloy metals such as steel, copper, sheet bronze, pewter and brass. These urns are finished using a variety of techniques such as plating, polishing, brushing and lacquering. Metal urns are durable and thus appropriate for burial and home placement.

 
Ceramic and Glass Urn

Ceramic & Glass

Ceramic and glass urns are made by artisans employing a variety of shaping, glazing, firing, coloring and blowing techniques. Ceramic vessels have been used for cremation urns as far back as recorded history. Urns in this category may be traditional or organic shaped. These urns are sometimes adorned with fired-in appliqués or metallic trims. Because of their delicate nature and beauty, ceramic and glass urns are generally used for display either in the home or in a cemetery columbarium.

 
Cultured Stone Urn

Cultured Stone

Cultured urns are manufactured from a variety of synthetic materials and are intended to resemble urns made of other natural products such as marble, granite, ceramic, wood and bronze. They are used for both burial and home placement.

 
Specialty Urns

Specialty Urns

Specialty urns come in a variety of unique shapes and sizes that serve different purposes. Some are meant for biodegrading and scattering, others are for burial, and some are true pieces of art to be displayed.

 
Keepsake Urns

Keepsake Urns & Jewelry

Family members or special friends often want to memorialize their loved ones by retaining a small portion of the cremated remains. A variety of small keepsake urns and pendants are available for this purpose.

Keepsake urns are manufactured from the same materials as regular urns and are often available as a matching set to the permanent urns selected. Keepsake pendants are crafted by jewelers as tokens to be worn. They are generally made out of gold, silver, brass or pewter.

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