This urn is turned from salvaged maple. It displays some really exciting character as well as a hand carved, painted lid (hover over image to see). This maple urn was made from salvaged maple.
This urn is made from salvaged maple. It has a lid made from salvaged western walnut. One side of the urn is quite simple; the other has some amazing character and color. (Hover image to see other side.)
This urn is turned from salvaged elm wood. With the lid on top, it make a really pretty acorn shape. There is very little figure in this wood, making it a nice understated vessel.
Note: When selecting an urn, keep in mind that although not every person is the same, a general rule is that the average cubic inches required to hold one person's ashes is 200 cubic inches. Smaller urns can be utilized for those sharing the ashes between family members or as a personal keepsake urn (used when the majority of the ashes will be interred or buried and loved ones wish to keep a portion.)