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Modern Urn for Adult Human Ashes up to 205 pounds

Modern Urn for Adult Human Ashes up to 205 pounds

Regular price $595.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $595.00 USD
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This lovely Ambrosia Maple modern urn can hold the cremains of an adult human of up to 205 pounds. It's crafted with an ancient technique called kerf bending, then sealed with shellac inside and polished with a water-based lacquer to create a beautiful sheen. Access to this artful vessel is from the uniquely designed top, which is held in securely with 6 strong magnets. Discreet and sure, this urn is a perfect choice.

Engraved plaques: We will engrave on a brushed gold or amber bronze plaque. This material is designed for laser engraving, looks great from all angles and is easy to read even small font text. They are all custom made to size and shape to fit your text appropriately.  Shortly after I receive the order, we will send a proof for your approval. Since the plaque can be sent unattached, it can also be ordered at a later date if you are not ready with the wording.

Dimensions (external overall): 10"h by 6.25"w
Dimensions (internal area): 205 cubic inches

Woods: Ambrosia Maple, Birch plywood (inner cylinder)

An original design by Eugene F Watson

Made in Colorado, USA
Copyright 2024 Watson Woodworks, LLC

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We searched for months to find the right v...

We searched for months to find the right vessel for a remarkable family member who passed unexpectedly. He loved modern/contemporary art and when we saw this piece, we knew he would have appreciated that it's not just a vessel, it's truly a piece of art. So grateful for this artisan and his responsiveness as we determined the placement and design of the optional add-on plaque. We had it placed on the bottom so that it would not cover any of the beautiful wood grain. Shipped very securely and quickly. I hope I never need to buy another of these but feel so much better holding our loved one's remains in a vessel that he would admire.