Handcrafted Ceramic Cremation Urn with Custom Photo

Current Stock:
Custom made to order, generally within about 3-8 weeks. Please allow 2-8 additional days for delivery.

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The Handcrafted Ceramic Cremation Urn with Custom Photo is a timeless and attractive funeral urn to preserve and honor the memory of a loved one. The photograph is fired onto the handmade ceramic urn in a delicate process which results in a red-hued design that gives the piece an antique look and feel. Available in 4 different urn shapes; pictured with photograph image is Shape #1. A very affordable and unique cremation urn.

You may add an inscription beneath the photo, up to four lines. Select options above. Our inscription process will permanently affix the inscription along with the photo to the surface of the funeral urn in the same burnt-red coloring.

As the photo urn is custom made-to-order, please allow 3-8 weeks for your order to be shipped; however, we are able to finish and deliver the urn sooner, so if you need the cremation urn by a specific date please contact us and we can help determine what arrangements need to be made. As ceramic urns are hand-made, there may be slight, minor variations between what is pictured and what you receive.


  • Free ground shipping
  • Photo inscription included
  • Fired-on image for a timeless, classic look
  • Our most affordable photo urn
  • Hand-made in the USA
  • Available in standard, large, companion, and keepsake sizes
  • 4 shapes to choose from (see photos above)
  • Add an optional matching 4-line inscription
  • Made to order within 3-8 weeks
  • Expedited shipping can be arranged; please contact us for availability
  • Easily sealable lid; see here for instructions

Sizing info

  • Figure 1 cubic inch of cremated remains per pound of body weight
  • Example: A 165 lbs individual would require roughly 165 cubic inches
  • Our Photo Ceramic Urns are available in 45, 180, 220, and 375 cubic inches
  • Still wondering about urn sizing? See here.