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We are looking for a supplier of packaging/boxes for cremation urns.
The last supplier we used is no longer trading and we would love to hear from other members what options they use for such packaging and in fact any contacts they may have.
Please contact Michael Tattersall, Broulee Memorial Gardens & Cremtorium,
As a result of response to a question about large capacity urns, we have introduced a Business Directory category for "Large Urns.
The Dearly Outside Ashes Urns are perfect for gardens and outside memorials.
Preserving the organic shapes found in nature, the cylinder series creates a lasting impression within a memorial section.
The dual series allows two loved ones to rest together in an elegant and simple ash memorial solution.
Heir to a long tradition, our company has been continuing the unique craft of designing and manufacturing ornamental cremation urns for ashes since its founding.
Matthew S. Kennedy of California is the epitome of a self-made ceramicist. He has overcome huge personal obstacles to develop his uniquely beautiful tattooed pieces. Dubbed the “Clayslinger” by Tattoo Skin Art Magazine, Matt is a full-time working artist and makes his living with clay.
It was the tragic death of his parents that left Mark Steel (Director) with the task of finding a suitable urn for their cremated ashes as requested in their will. After a search of available urn options it was decided to design an urn with both an aesthetic and symbolic appeal. “ We wanted to create a container that would blend in with the interior design of the home and which could also have the symbolic appearance of a candle, as the ritual of lighting a candle to pay tribute to a life ‘passed’ has now long been a part of our culture. Keeping a light burning in remembrance signifies that the memory still lives on and burns bright. It is a ritual that promotes warmth, reflection and signifies remembrance”.
Following cremation, what type of container should I purchase to store the ashes of a deceased person who has been cremated?