The eagle, flying high over the mountainous terrain with poise and elegance, swoops down on its prey with blinding speed and effortless grace. The agility, swiftness, and majestic appearance of the eagle has made it into a symbol of the American spirit - fiercely independent, protective, warrior-like, and beautiful.
Our Soaring Eagle Cremation Urn uses laser cut woods in their natural colorings to capture the nobility and free-spirited nature of the soaring eagle. Ideal as a memorial for a patriotic American, animal or nature lover, or outdoor enthusiast, this wood urn is meticulously handcrafted in the USA and finished with incredible laser engraved detail and brilliant inlays. The eagle cremation urn is made in your choice of solid walnut wood as shown or in lovely honey oak.
- Made in the USA from real wood
- Laser engraved personalization is available
- Crafted using your choice of Walnut or Oak
- Highly symbolic "Soaring Eagle" wood art scene
- Scene composed of Padauk, Cherry, and Maple woods
- Bottom opening panel attaches with screws
- 7-3/4" Lx 7-3/4" W x 9-7/8" H
- The Soaring Eagle Cremation Urn has a capacity of 230 cubic inches
- This is slightly above the industry standard of 200 cubic inches
- To calculate volume needed, figure 1 cubic inch per pound of body weight
- Example: a 165 lbs person will require an urn with roughly 165 cubic inch capacity
- Further reading: "What Size Urn Should I Get?"
Shipping & delivery
- The Soaring Eagle Urn ships free via standard UPS ground
- This urn is made to order in 1-5 business days
- Shipping transit time varies by location; usually 2-7 business days
- Overnight, 2nd, or 3rd Day rush shipping can be arranged; contact us for specifics
- If you don't find the answers to your questions here, we're more than happy to help in any way we can. Please call 877-900-5309
Q: How do I open the urn?
A: The interior of the urn is accessed by taking off the bottom panel. This panel is attached by screws which can be removed using a standard screwdriver.
Q: How do I fill the urn?
A: You will most likely have received the ashes from the crematorium in a simple plastic box. Inside, you'll find that the remains are secured in a plastic bag. After you've removed the bottom panel as described above, simply place the entire plastic bag containing the remains into the urn box. Then re-attach the base using the screws. The plastic bag will keep the remains securely, so you do not need to seal the base. However, if you prefer, you can add a thin bead of sealant such as silicone or wood glue when affixing the base.
Q: How is the urn personalized?
A: When you choose to add an inscription to this item, we will laser engrave the customization directly into the surface of the wooden urn. Laser engraving cuts into the wood, adding depth and contrast which increases visibility while creating a personal memorial with enduring permanence.