Your beloved greenthumb will be beautifully honored by the Lilies Cremation Urn with Floral Wood Inlay Art. The exterior urn box is made in the USA from solid wood in our attractive "Ambassador" urn shape, available in stunning red-brown Mahogany (as shown), dark Walnut, honey-yellow Oak, or white Maple.
The "Lilies" inlay art scene is crafted from real wood laser engraved for detail and assembled in a 3-dimensional work of wood art. The lilies are made from Maple, with laser etched leaves and a background of Cherry wood. The pointed simplicity of the floral design emphasizes the lily flowers in a way that keeps the memory of your loved one close to your heart.
As an optional add-on, we can custom laser engrave the urn with name, dates, and other text. The inscription will be laser engraved directly into the surface of the wood urn on the top or back, resulting in a permanently personalized memorial.
For engraving on the top, please limit inscription to 3 short lines (i.e., "In Loving Memory," name, dates will always fit). If you have a slightly longer inscription in mind, please choose engraving placement on the back side of the piece.
Made to order in the USA
Premium solid wood for entire piece
Choose Oak, Walnut, Mahogany, or Maple wood for the urn box
Inlay art scene made from real Cherry, Walnut, and Maple wood
"Lilies" floral theme engraved in gorgeous detail
Optional engraved inscription is available
Bottom opening panel attaches with screws
Dimensions: 11" x 7-1/2" x 9" high
230 cubic inch inside capacity
The Lilies Cremation Urn has an interior volume of 230 cubic inches
To estimate size needed, figure 1 cubic inch per 1 lbs of body weight
Example: A 190 lbs person would require an urn with 190 cubic inches capacity
Shipping & delivery
Made to order within 2-4 business days
Free standard ground shipping included
Ground time in transit varies by destination; usually 2-5 business days
Expedited production and shipping is available
To arrange rush delivery, please contact us with need-by date at 877-900-5309
Here is a video of the Lilies art scene on the Astoria urn shape: