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Deer Scene Wood Cremation Urn


$225.00


Market Price: $400.00 Save 44%
SKU: SKU-340012D
Shipping Weight: 20.00 lbs

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This handsome urn with an image of a deer wandering among the evergreen trees is made of red alder and oak, and finished with a clear varnish to bring out the natural beauty of the wood. The urn is bottom-loaded and secures with four screws.  Felt pads are included to protect furniture.  Each urn is personalized with the name, dates, a loving remark such as Loving Husband and Father, and the hunting scene.
 

This urn is available with an optional memorial chest add-on. This can be used as a place to keep mementos (i.e. jewelry and photos) of your loved one, while the separated lower area is a cremation urn.  The chest is lined with a hunter green felt flocking. The standard depth of the memory chest area is about 1.5" deep. The lid has two hidden solid brass hinges and a solid brass friction latch. Please note the reduction of space for cremains with the optional memorial chest.

 

 

An engraving proof will be emailed to you and we must have written approval before the urn can be engraved and shipped.  Please provide an accurate email address and contact phone number.

Cremains are loaded through the bottom by removing the plate held by several #2 Phillips square-head screws.  A 2 ml poly liner is provided so that you can place the cremains in the bag before placing them inside the urn.

The roses and ivy noted in the photo are used for photographic purposes only and not included with the urn.

Urn dimensions: 

Exterior: 10-1/8”L X 5-5/8”W X 10-1/2”H
Volume is 202 cubic inches/163 cubic inches with the memory chest

This is a quality product created by skilled craftsmen. Please allow 2-3 business days after engraving proof has been approved prior to shipping. Rush orders are available but still take at least 1-2 business days prior to shipping.

Please allow 7-10 days prior to shipping for urns ordered with a memory chest, even for expedited orders.
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