Undoubtedly, ceramic is one of the most used materials for making urns and pottery around the world. The material, which is well-known for its toughness, endurance and exquisiteness, has played an important role in pottery since ancient times.
Ceramic is one of the oldest and most widely used materials throughout the history of humankind. Sculptures made of clay, traditional murals and various kinds of pots and urns for ashes have been discovered around the globe, as our ancestors used them for different purposes. The sturdiness and the wear-resistance of the material, make the ceramic products usable in the everyday life, as well as a beautiful addition to the home decoration.
The method of creating a ceramic vessel, which is commonly used in pottery today, consists in shaping the clay by using a pottery wheel and slowly molding it into a ceramic shape.
After forming the pre-designed body of the item, sculptures continue with the next stage - laying the pottery in the furnace and baking the ceramic model, which then turns into the so called "bisque". The artist then glazes the vessel, which is finally re-baked it into a finished product.
Choosing a suitable ceramic urns for ashes
Putting the cremated ashes of our loved ones is actually a concept that dates back to ancient civilizations. Evidence for that are the ancient burial urns found in China and Greece.
Finding a suitable cremation urn for your loved one may be overwhelming and distressing. There are various factors to consider when selecting a cremation urn, including shape, color, size and even your loved one's personality and interests.
Nowadays, you can find ceramic urns with various shapes and designs - oval, square, and even abstract urn with different kinds of textures and appearances. Studies show that people tend to keep the cremation ashes at home, rather than scattering them and it is no wonder why abstract models, which look like part of the interior are mostly preferred.
What makes Pulvis Art Urns more than ordinary urns?
Each of our models is designed and made with care and precision, giving our urns an innovative and non-standard vision, suitable for any interior. With great attention to detail, the plastic art forms are entirely hand-made of high-quality ceramic materials, produced according to the recipes of our technologists. The palette of colors is exclusively worked out by a team of laboratory assistants, which aims at providing exclusive quality and aesthetics of our models.
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