A symbol of freedom and strength, this soaring eagle embraces a hand painted urn with his meticulously detailed wings. It has a top-opening lid.
Made from the Art of Resin Casting
Cold Cast resin casting is a method of plastic casting where a mold is filled with a liquid synthetic resin which then hardens. Since cast resin cremation urns require some amount of hands-on labor, the result is a beautiful, strong, and unique piece of art. This method is called "cold" casting because no heat is used in the casting process; the resin cures at normal room temperatures.
As a Token of Remembrance
Keepsake and token remembrance cremation urns are miniature urns that are designed to hold only a small portion of ashes, or cremated remains. Keepsake urns are medium-sized and token urns are the very smallest cremation urns.
Keepsake and token cremation urns make it possible for family members or friends to divide up the cremated remains so that each person can have an urn. If the cremated remains are to be scattered, keepsakes and tokens also make it possible for loved ones and friends to retain a small amount of cremated remains to be scattered later or kept as a permanent memorial.
Where the Heart Is...
Statuary urns are statues that also function as cremation urns. They are often cast from original pieces of artwork using premium materials. Statuary cremation urns are designed to offer safe a place keep the ashes, or cremated remains, of a deceased loved one or friend, and also blend in naturally and discreetly with regular home décor. After all, it is said that home is where the heart is.
Because many statuary urns are painstakingly crafted down to the last intricate detail, they are intended to be kept at home. However, this urn can also be entombed in a cemetery columbarium niche, or buried in an earth grave. Please note some cemetery regulations may require that this urn be placed inside of an urn vault prior to earth burial.