It was the ancient romans who first started using cremation urns. Urns are used to store the remains of those who have passed in a dignified and humane manner. In fact it is also customary to use urns for our pets as we see them very much as equal and deserving of a way to keep hold of everlasting feeling of oneness with the departed.
The significant advantages of non burial funerals have made the procurement of a tasteful and lovely urn a necessity after a death. But what to look for and what is available? Your local funeral home will no doubt provide you with options but with this guide you can get a full picture.
We should all plan for death with a funeral plan. That plan could also see yourself picking out your very own urn! It's a funny old world we live in. Planning your own funeral takes a burden away from the nearest family loving members.
Urns are a constant reminder of the dearly departed helping to keep the memories alive throughout generations.
In this short video we see how a potter creates a square shape urn and uses that to create a mould. An ingenious technique indeed.
This pretty apple Urn is created by turning on a lathe. I am sure you will agree it is a tasteful timeless design.