Forest Crackle Raku Cremation Urn
The Forest Crackle Raku Cremation urn is professionally hand-crafted using the ancient Japenese Raku firing process. When the clay is still wet, it is impressed with leaves and plants from the forest, covered with a crackle glaze, and then Raku fired. The size and contemporary design makes this a versatile decorative piece of ceramic memorial art that will fit in any home.
The process of Raku firing differs from other firing methods because the pots are removed from the kiln at their maximum temperature and placed on a bed of leaves or straw. The leaves or straw burst into flame and the container is closed. The smoke, flames, and oxygen deprived atmosphere create the unique colors and textures of Raku. This and other ancient methods allows us to offer 9 basic finishes.
Please click on the gray tab titled Detailed Images to view the available basic colors. Each Raku urn is a totally unique piece of art; no two will ever be alike. The Raku expert will re-produce an urn similar to your choice of color. Sometimes, we have Raku urns in stock. Please call us if you would like a photo of currently available Raku urns with one of these colors.
This beautiful Forest Crackle urn is available in several different sizes to suit your need.
Standard (180 cubic inches) - approximately 7-8" wide
Large (220 cubic inches)
Double (375 cubic inches) - approximately 15" tall and 9.5" wide
Child or pet (75 cubic inches)
Wondering how to choose the right size urn? Please click on Choosing the Right Size Urn Here.
As these are custom works of hand-crafted art please allow 20-30 business days before your urn is shipped. We have a special relationship with our artist and many times we can arrange shipping sooner. If you need an urn for a specific date it is best to contact us so we can work with you and the artist.
Ground shipping is always free and takes from 1 - 6 business days depending on your location from Washington State. Expedited shipping options are available during the checkout process.
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.