Handmade Cremation Urns For Ashes
Made by widely renowned artists, using the finest materials and glazes, our products are the ideal way to honor the memory of a loved one.
We are entirely committed to making the process of shopping for cremation art urns straightforward and easy for you.
When it comes to choosing the right size of the urn, the general rule to follow is that 1 cubic inch equals one pound that the person or pet weighed. To find the right size of our handmade urns you can use the filters on each category. Please, note that due to the nature of our handcrafted urns, the capacity may vary slightly and we recommend choosing an urn with more space than you think it might be needed. You can find more information at our article – Basic rules for choosing the right urn for ashes.
What are Art Urns ?
Art urns, also known as artistic urns or art-inspired urns, are a unique type of cremation urn that incorporates artistic elements and aesthetics into their design. These urns go beyond traditional styles and materials to offer a more personalized and expressive way of memorializing a loved one.
Art urns provide a way to celebrate the life and individuality of a loved one through a meaningful artistic expression. They can become a cherished centerpiece for remembrance, serving as a reminder of the unique personality, passions, and memories associated with the person being honored.
Pulvis Art Urns team is here to help you finding the right memorial urn for your loved one.
Frequently asked questions
What size urn do I need for a person?
The amount of cremation ashes, that each urn holds is measured in cubic inches. The standard used to figure before-and-after size is approximately 1 pound of healthy weight to 1 cubic inch of ashes ; that is, a 200lb person will need roughly 200 cubic inches
What is a full size urn?
Since a large portion of the ashes originate from the bones, the amount of ashes at the end is almost the same regardless of the weight of the body. The body fat is all consumed during the cremation process, so a full-size urn means it can fit more ashes inside.
How do I seal the lid on a ceramic urn?
Please note, that we recommend sealing our large urns with adhesive(glue) suitable for ceramic surfaces. This is done in order to prevent spilling of the ashes. Ceramic lids are without threads and DO NOT close tightly, which may lead to ashes spill if not sealed.
Read each urn description to find out more.
Is it disrespectful to re-open an urn?
There are numerous respectful reasons to open a cremation urn. These include opening the temporary urn to transfer the ashes into a handmade permanent urn, opening to scatter ashes or add a memorial, dividing the cremation ashes among family members by using keepsakes.
Browse our art urns by collections
We are entirely committed to making the process of shopping for art urns straightforward and easy for you. Browse all art urns by collections.