Hand Blown Glass Cremation Urn for Adults in Classic Forest

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Hand blown to order for you within 4-6 business days. Free ground delivery. Shipping time varies by destination; usually 2-6 business days.

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The Hand Blown Glass Cremation Urn "Classic" Series showcases the grace and artistry of fine glass memorial urns. The fine colors and craftsmanship set apart the Hand Blown Glass Cremation Urn for Adults in Classic Forest as the final resting place for your loved one.

Each hand blown glass urn is individually hand crafted in Oregon, just for you. The urn swirls with a stunning pattern and coloration that tells a story without words, a story that is just one part of the memories you treasure. The "Forest" theme plays on the colors of sunlight trickling through the leafy canopy of a forest.

This is a handcrafted, one-of-a-kind glass memorial urn. As each piece is carefully blown by hand, the specific designs, patterns, and colors will be unique to your own special memorial. This means you have a cremation urn for your loved one that is truly unlike any other. While the photo of the glass urn above is a good representation, you will be happy to know that the urn you recieve will vary in the specific coloration and pattern to some extent, making it perfectly unique.

Also, note that our glass urns are designed to fit into most common niches, but the exact dimensions will vary somewhat. Please inform us in the order comments if you need a particular size for a niche.

Product Features

  • Individually crafted by hand in the USA
  • Made to order within 4-6 business days
  • A hand blown glass cremation urn that is a true art piece
  • Top opening lid can be easily sealed
  • Dimensions vary; roughly 8" W x 10" H
  • Approximate capacity: 220 cubic inches

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  • Figure 1 lbs of body weight will equal roughly 1 cubic inch of cremated remains
  • This urn holds approximately 220 cubic inches
  • Thus, this is an adult cremation urn ideal for an individual who weighed up to about 220 lbs

How to put on and seal the urn lid