Glass Cremation Keepsake Urns
Glass keepsake urns are small urns made from blown glass. Often these small urns are made with cremation glass, which is glass mixed with cremation ash. The cremation ash is refined in the heat of glass blowing and turns from dull grey to brilliant white. A glass urn is a timeless piece and a beautiful way to honor your loved one’s memory.
Fingerprint jewelry is a unique and meaningful way to memorialize your departed loved one. Their fingerprint is as unique and beautiful as they were. There are many types of fingerprint jewelry, with some showing the whole print, and others only part of the print. Almost anything can be made into fingerprint jewelry from rings and necklaces to cufflinks and tie tacks.
Keepsake Cremation Pendants
A deeply special and unique piece of jewelry is our cremation pendant. Made from sturdy and lovely stainless steel, this small cylinder is engraved with the name of the deceased and the location where they were laid to rest. It holds a small glass vial with a cork for storing a portion of cremation ash. With this cremation pendant, your loved one is always close to your heart.
Keepsake Urn Planters
A keepsake urn planter is a special way to honor your departed loved one. This gorgeous, modern wooden planter serves as a small urn, in addition to hosting a small plant. A growing plant symbolizes the love you have living in your heart for the one who passed on and will bring beauty and comfort into your home.
Keepsake Scattering Urns
Whether you scatter all of the ashes or keep some for display, this elegant, eco-friendly keepsake scattering urn will be there with you on your journey. This urn’s design will ensure there are no hiccups when scattering your loved one’s ashes. Our keepsake scattering urn is made from recycled compressed paper and can also be used as a burial urn.
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Keepsake Urns FAQs
How much does a keepsake urn hold?
A keepsake urn is designed to hold less than a quarter of a person’s cremation ash. It will depend on the size of your keepsake urn, some of which are quite small. For example, our eco-friendly keepsake scattering urn holds 30 cubic inches or 15-20% of a person’s ashes.What is the difference between a keepsake urn and an urn?
Size is the main difference between a keepsake urn and a regular urn. A regular urn is designed to hold all a person's cremation ash. A keepsake urn is much smaller and will only hold part of a person’s ashes.Are keepsake urns sealed?
No, keepsake urns are typically not sealed.What are small urns called?
Small urns are often called “keepsake urns” or “sharing urns” since many families will divide up their deceased beloved’s ashes between multiple small urns.How much do small urns cost?
Depending on the material, small urns typically range in price from $20 for a metal or plastic urn to $80 for a blown cremation glass urn. Our keepsake scattering urn costs $29.00.What can I use instead of an urn?
Any container that is airtight and large enough can be used as an urn.