Cremation Urns For Remain Ashes, Wooden Burial Urns, Wood Box
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Burial Urn Made of Wood.
Burial Urn come in a wide range of grain patterns and wood species, including:
Sheesham Wood – an even-grained wood with a deep brown color; the rich hue makes the wooden urn box appear dignified and strong
Mango Wood – can vary from light to deep in color, with hues of yellow; we make the cherry shades with burn work on this wood, so that give very unique look.
Pine Wood – a soft with a yellow color; the dark engraving on the soft pine creates a striking contrast that might not be as noticeable on other wooden urns
Rosewood – a strong, heavy wood known for its rich hue
Steam Beach Wood – a very hardest wood in light yellow color.
Mapple Wood – a strong variety of wood built with tropical trees to create a bold and unique grain, combining reddish and deep brown hues; choose mapple to make your burial urn stand out.
The same timeless qualities that have made wood a traditional favorite for the construction of furniture and caskets are what continue to make burial urn a popular choice today. Wooden urns have a natural, rich beauty that evokes feelings of warmth, comfort, and strength.
Styles of Wooden Urns
The styles and shapes of wooden urns are as varied as the color and grain of the woods that are used in their creation. They may be assembled into chests or hand carved with precise detail. Vase-style urns are also available. These urns may be inlaid with geometric patterns or motifs representing religious icons. Discover shapes and designs that your loved one would appreciate.
Wooden urns for human ashes can also be personalized by engraving, either with the name and other information about the deceased, or with detailed artwork. In some cases, an engraved nameplate or medallion can be attached to a wooden urn for customization that is prominent and beautiful.
Some wooden urns for ashes are created to serve an additional function. They may be used as picture frames, photo cubes, or clock holders, for example, making wonderful keepsakes that will always remind you of your loved one.
Wooden Urns: A Natural Choice
Concern for the environment is one of the main reasons for choosing cremation. For those who choose cremation as a more “natural” alternative to burial, a wood cremation urn is a logical substitute. Wood is, after all, a renewable natural resource, and many of these urns are handcrafted, produced with practices that are not harmful to the environment. In addition, because each piece of wood is naturally unique in grain and color, each urn is a unique piece of art – as unique, in fact, as the person whose remains it holds.
Caring for Wood Urns
Properly cared for, wooden urns for human ashes will retain their beauty and character forever. Because exposure can speed the aging of wood, these urns should be kept indoors, away from water and direct sunlight. Use a soft, dry cloth and furniture polish or wood cleaner to maintain the wood’s natural beauty; avoid abrasive cleaners, which may damage the finish of the wooden urn.
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If you plan to buy burial urn, you may want to consider enclosing it in an wooden urn. Some people choose a vault because the cemetery requires it, while others choose one to protect the wood from the elements. When wooden urns are buried unprotected, in the earth, exposure to moisture will weaken the material.