Our urns are individually crafted by hand and we oversee the entire process.
Every piece is one of a kind specifically for you and your loved one.
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Choosing The Right Urn
Types of wood used for urns
All wood types develop a unique appearance over time with unique grain patterns and colors that range from light pink to reddish brown and even a touch of purple. The most well liked wood types for cremation urns include:
Cherry: strong and durable with warm reddish-brown patina and hints of pink.
Maple: abundantly available, tough, and durable with a very appealing aesthetic.
Oak: sturdy, durable, and easy to finish. It is an excellent choice for urns because of the tannic acids that protects the wood against pests.
Walnut: exceptional resilience to decay and abundantly available. The beautiful chocolate brown hue of the wood makes it a popular décor option for a memorial urn.
Mahogany: easy to work with because of its shape retaining properties.
Wooden urn sizes
Cremation urns are measured by cubic inches. One pound of a person’s body weight equals one cubic inch. For example, if someone weighs 200 pounds, you will need to get a cremation urn with a volume capacity of 200 cubic inches.
Here are the typical sizes available for wooden urns:
Keepsake urns: capacity of 2-50- cubic inches
Small urns: capacity of 50-100 cubic inches
Adult urns: capacity of 150-250 cubic inches
Companion urns: capacity of 350-500 cubic inches