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Wood Urns for Ashes by Pulvis Art  Urns. Handmade Wooden Urns by Pulvis. Walnut & Beech Urns for Ashes.
Wood Urns for Ashes by Pulvis Art  Urns. Handmade Wooden Urns by Pulvis. Walnut & Beech Urns for Ashes.
Wood Urns for Ashes by Pulvis Art  Urns. Handmade Wooden Urns by Pulvis. Walnut & Beech Urns for Ashes.
Wood Urns for Ashes by Pulvis Art  Urns. Handmade Wooden Urns by Pulvis. Walnut & Beech Urns for Ashes.
Pulvis Art Urns
Wood Urns for Ashes by Pulvis Art  Urns. Handmade Wooden Urns by Pulvis. Walnut & Beech Urns for Ashes.
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"The Passage" - Handmade Decorated Urn for Ashes by Bistra Zlatareva.

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All you need to know about cremation, urns and ceramics. Plus some creative ideas & tips.

Pulvis Art Urns joins FIAT-IFTA - Blog by Pulvis Art Urns.

Pulvis Art Urns joins FIAT-IFTA

We are delighted to announce that Pulvis Art Urns joins FIAT-IFTA  as a supplier member. The World Organization of Funeral Operatives...

Pulvis Art Urns - a proud member of IFCCA

Pulvis Art Urns - a proud member of IFCCA

We are delighted to announce that Pulvis Art Urns is a IFCCA supplier member now. The International Cemetery, Cremation and...

Japanese Funeral Traditions: The Cremation Ceremony - Pulvis Art Urns Blog

Japanese Funeral Traditions: The Cremation Ceremony

Blending Shinto beliefs, Buddhism, and classical Eastern Philosophy, the Japanese have a beautiful practice of honoring deceased loved ones with...

Pulvis Art Urns joins FIAT-IFTA - Blog by Pulvis Art Urns.

Pulvis Art Urns joins FIAT-IFTA

We are delighted to announce that Pulvis Art Urns joins FIAT-IFTA  as a supplier member. The World Organization of Funeral Operatives...

Pulvis Art Urns - a proud member of IFCCA

Pulvis Art Urns - a proud member of IFCCA

We are delighted to announce that Pulvis Art Urns is a IFCCA supplier member now. The International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association (ICCFA) is the only international trade association representing all segments of the cemetery, funeral service, cremation and memorialization profession.
Japanese Funeral Traditions: The Cremation Ceremony - Pulvis Art Urns Blog

Japanese Funeral Traditions: The Cremation Ceremony

Blending Shinto beliefs, Buddhism, and classical Eastern Philosophy, the Japanese have a beautiful practice of honoring deceased loved ones with a ceremonious cremation practice known as kotsuage, which consists of close family members performing a unique ritual with the cremated remains. Let’s learn about this special cremation tradition found in Japan.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1.Can I make my own cremation urn?

    Believe it or not, making an urn requires a lot of effort, but it is possible to make one yourself. Some families prefer to make their own for a number of reasons, whether financial or want to do something unique to preserve the remains of a loved one.


  • 2.How much do custom urns cost?

    The price of the urn can be different depending on the model, size and place from which it is taken. The custom urns or engraving of a product can vary or it can be included in the price if the company provides it.


  • 3.What is the best material for a cremation urn?

    When it comes to choosing an urn for your loved one, it is very important to pay attention to all details, such as style, size or material from which the urn is made. Of course, each type of material has a different price that can vary. Much depends on whether you want the material to be biodegradable, or one that you can keep for a longer time by keeping it at home.


  • 4.Are urns made of ceramic?

    Urns can be from different materials, such as ceramic glass or wooden, every material is unique and there are so many options when it comes to find the right cremation urn for your loved one.


  • 5.Can ceramic urns be buried?

    The type of urn that will guard the ashes of your loved one depends on the form of burial that you or your loved one choose. Ashes burial is a popular option, providing the perfect combination between a traditional funeral ceremony and cremation.


  • 6.How do you seal ceramic urns?

    Sealing the urn is not mandatory, but this is usually taken care of by the funeral company that is hired during the process, there are several options, one of which is through a special glue that secures the lid.