Display urns

Cremation urns for display in the home

The first step to selecting a cremation urn is deciding what you ultimately want to do with the urn. Some urns are more suited for burial, others for scattering the remains, others for displaying in a special spot in the home. You might also choose to place the urn in an enclosure at a cemetery called a columbarium niche.


If you want to place the urn on display at your home, there are many beautiful options to choose from. Some are cast bronze statues, others take the form of picture frames, memento chests or even clocks. Traditional vase shapes are captured in cloisonné, marble and brass. With all of the choices available, you are bound to find one that complements your home’s décor.


Many urns come in both full-size and keepsake sizes, allowing several family members to keep a memento of your loved one. To see more options, please visit our online planner where you will find many urns at varying price points. 

Posted: October 22, 2015
Tags: cremation, cremation-products

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