Kingston Cremation Urn
Introducing the Kingston Cremation Urn. An inspired and unique cremation urn that is both modern and warm.
The base and lid are made of Poplar and the body is aluminum that has a thick powder-coated finish. In addition, another unique feature of this urn is that the lid is pressure fit with a simple (yet clever) gasket, ensuring a secure closure.
Please know that each urn is individually made by hand in the U.S. by the artist.
Wood Tone Color Option: Natural Poplar wood varies in color from a small amount of greenish-off-white to mid-toned brownish green, black, purple, yellow, and even red and sometimes all in the same board. If you have a preference, we will do our best to honor it but we cannot guarantee that we will have the exact variation of coloring in stock. Please select your preference or no preference in the options.
For Couples: The artist is able to cut the wood for the top in such a way that two of these urns, side by side would have matching grain flowing from one urn to the other, creating a unique set of urns for Couples!
Engraving: Personalized engraving on a Black on Brass nameplate is available. If you would like to customize your nameplate with a different color, style, etc then please call or email us. NOTE: Nameplate will ship separately via USPS Priority Mail 1-2 business days after order is placed.
Cremation Urn Sizes:
Standard Size: 6" x 6" x about 10" Tall. Will not exceed 10.5".
Capacity of Standard Size: 200 cubic inches - Suitable for a person with a healthy weight of 200 pounds or less and a height less than 6 feet.
Large Size: 6" x 6" x about 11 3/8" Tall. Will not exceed 12".
Capacity of Large Size: 270 cubic inches - Suitable for the cremains of one with a healthy weight of 250 pounds or less with a height less than 6'2", or an Aquamation process was used.
Shipping: We generally ship within 24 hours of receipt of Order. The standard size weighs about 10 lbs, and the large is about 12 pounds. However, the shipping weight is dimensional, and based on the size of the shipping carton and is how UPS and FedEx calculate shipping charges.