Funeral Cremation Urns Information
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Urns, Funeral Urns & Cremation Urns
Urns cost much less than those offered by other dealers, and they meet all of the highest memorial industry standards. But, besides their low price, urns are specially designed to be displayed beautifully in cemeteries, columbarium’s -- even private residences -- and preserve you’re loved-one's memory with beauty and dignity.
Cremation Urns come in a wide variety of materials and styles; they can be made of wood, bronze, metal, marble, glass, ceramic or many other materials. Different materials, of course, are required for different purposes. If they are to be buried, the best choice of cremation urn -- is an urn made of marble, bronze or some other strong metal. If they are to be displayed beautifully at a funeral or in a home, the urn can be made of glass, wood, or ceramic and if they are to be displayed outdoors – or as part of a columbarium – the urn can be made of marble or bronze.
Funeral Urns also can be styled for very specific uses. Elaborately decorated funeral urns can be used for display in residences and during funerals. Smaller urns can be used for the ashes of children or infants; some are designed specifically to hold the ashes of two people. And still other urns are designed and decorated to follow important religious, military, or family themes.
Whatever their ultimate destination, urns are particularly appropriate for memorializing loved-ones because they can be personalized. The décor of urns can speak volumes about the people the urns memorialize, assuring that memories stay alive for generations to come, they come in a large variety of colors and designs. There is surely one available to fit just about every personality, no matter how unique.
Cremation urns have been around for centuries as beautiful tools for assuring that a person's memory lasts for the ages, and our urns are participate fully in the age-old traditions surrounding urns.
The tradition of cremation urns dates back to at least the Ancient Greeks who made cremation urns from a special type of urn called a lekythos. Many of our urns follow the Greek traditions and also capture the special history of urns that have inspired a number of great literary works over the centuries. Most notably, perhaps, is John Keats's "Ode to a Grecian Urn," which classically relates the unique décor of almost every funeral urn ever made to mankind's eternal struggles with mortality. And, in 1658, English writer Thomas Browne explored similar themes about urns in his Hydriotaphia or Urn Burial, a classic work prompted by the discovery of a Bronze Age cremation urn in Norfolk, England are reminiscent of those, and other, legendary works.
Though many have the same basic purpose, storing the ashes of the deceased and are also all as unique as the people they memorialize.
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