Handpainted Ireland Landscape Urn


Details

Large - 10.5”D X 8”H, 225 Cubic Inches
Wood: Poplar

This cremation urn features a hand-painted breathtaking landscape of Ireland on the front by classically trained artist, Chris Cismesia. (Please note that the back is unpainted but is color-dyed emerald green.) Or create an unforgettable memorial urn by custom designing your own Irish urn with a personal landscape of your loved one's property in their homeland. This stunning green urn made of poplar wood is hand turned into a classic shape, then dyed a stunning emerald color. Bottom opening. Design the most fitting vessel to truly reflect your family's Irish pride and love for their Celtic heritage.



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Step 2: Choose Urn Size


What size urn do I need?
The Simplest Answer: In general, many memorial industry professionals have adopted the following - easy to remember - rule of thumb:

1 pound of Body Weight = 1 CI (cubic inch) of Urn Space

Various Urn Types

Large Size Individual Urns
This is probably the most common sized urn, designed to hold the cremation remains of one individual. The average amount of cremation remains for an individual is usually a little less than 200 cubic inches, so our large size urns work well in the vast majority of cases.

Small Size Individual Urns
This size is commonly used for a child or a medium/large pet. These urns range in size from 75-94 cubic inches.

Keepsake Urns
These urns are the smallest that are available from the memorial industry. Ours range in size from 13 to 22 cubic inches. The most common use of a keepsake urn is to hold simply a small portion of cremation remains. Keepsake urns are most often used by families who want to share a loved one’s remains. A small portion of the remains are often poured into two or more keepsake urns, and those urns can be divided among families who live in various regions. They are also used for small pets.

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Step 3: Personalize Urn


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