d d
 
d d
d

Urns & Keepsakes

d Biodegradable
d Brass
d Glass
d Ceramic
d Marble
d Wood
d Personnalized
d

Clocks

d Made with cremains
d

Americana

d Variety
d d
d

Jewelry Urns & Keepsakes

d Wood Necklaces Urns
d Cobalt Necklace Urns
d Glass Pendanst Keepsakes
d Fine Jewelry Keepsakes
d Rosary Keepsakes
d Key Chain Keepsakes
d d
d

Display's & Name Plates

d d
d Up To $ 150.00
d d
d Under $ 350.00
d The EXCLUSIVES Corner
d d
d All Keepsakes
d All Urns
d d

Urn Sizing:
1 cubic inch = 1 lb. of weight.

d d
d

Divine Inspiration

d Crosses & Crucifix
d Angels & Cherubs
d Glass Ornaments
d Candles, CandlehHolders & Oil Warmers
d Photo Frames
d Jewelry
d `` Say a little Prayer ``
d For the Garden
d Variety

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All prices are in US dollars

 

 

 

Urns & Keepsakes

Cremation Urns can be used to hold ashes for interring, either in a cemetery niche or at home, scattering or both. The minimum urn size should be no less than 200 cubic inches. The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) has determined that 200 cubic inches is the standard size. All of our standard urns exceed that requirement. Our Companion Urns (double), hold up to 600 cubic inches, well above CANA's standards. To measure for sizing: One cubic inch equals one pound of body weight.

Mementos, such as a lock of hair, a letter, a small piece of clothing, a baseball, jewelry, or wedding rings, can be placed in the urn as a memoriam of remembrance for your loved one. If ashes are scattered, a permanent place of remembrance can still be made either at home at a cemetery.

Keepsakes and keepsake jewelry urns are to keep a very small amount of remains "as a keepsake". Some keepsakes can accommodate a lock of hair or letter, rings. etc. Often, children of a parent who has passed may want a keepsake, also spouses, friends and parent's of a deceased child.

 

 


 
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