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Celtic Cross Raku Ceramic Cremation Urn


Celtic Cross Raku Ceramic Cremation Urn
Celtic Cross Raku Ceramic Cremation Urn Hanging Gold Oval Nameplate Hanging Silver Oval Nameplate Fonts New Black Glaze

$349.95


Market Price: $544.00 Save 36%
SKU: UTT-2508541
Shipping Weight: 7.00 lbs

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The unique Celtic Cross Raku Ceramic Urn is a hand-thrown ceramic cremation urn made with love by a ceramic artist with over 30 years of experience in her craft.  The urn is available in two different glazes and is decorated with a large raised carved Celtic cross.  

Raku is a traditional and ancient Japanese firing process where the urns are removed from the kiln at their maximum temperature and placed in a container filled with straw, leaves, or other organic material.  The high heat from the urn sets the organic material on fire.  The container is then sealed, allowing the flames, smoke, and oxygen deprived atmosphere to create the unique textures and colors of Raku. 

NOTE:  Due to the raku process, the colors shown are examples and the colors of the urn you order may differ somewhat but will be similar to the photos shown.  The Rosensus glaze will have lighter coloring than the New Black glaze.  Click on the small photo (right side) below the large photo to see the urn with the New Black glaze.

Each Celtic Cross Raku Ceramic Cremation Urn is a totally unique piece of art; no two will ever be alike. 

OPTIONS:

Standard(190 c.i.) - Made to Order Typically 8-9 Weeks

Large (220 c.i.) - Made to Order Typically 8-9 Weeks

Double(375 c.i.) - Made to Order Typically 8-9 Weeks

(c.i.) = Cubic Inches

Weights are Dimensional  used for Shipping.  Standard and large ceramic urns weigh about 5-6 lbs.

Wondering how to choose the right size urn? Please click on Choosing the Right Size Urn Here.

You may be wondering about the lids. Some people choose to leave the lid unsealed as the ashes are kept in a sealed plastic bag. However, many choose to seal the lid. Please Click on Ceramic and Marble Sealing Instructions Here.

This urn is made by a master ceramic artist in the Northwest United States.

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