Ohm Raku Cremation Urn

Ohm Raku Cremation Urn
Ohm Raku Cremation Urn Hanging Gold Oval Nameplate Hanging Silver Oval Nameplate Fonts Aqua Luster White Crackle Lemon Luster Glaze


Market Price: $498.87 Save 32%
SKU: UTT-25041
Shipping Weight: 12.00 lbs


The Ohm Raku Urn is a hand-thrown ceramic urn with a rounded shape that has been glazed and Raku fired.  The universal symbol of Ohm is carved into the clay before firing.  Ohm represents the union of mind, body, and spirit and is sometimes referred to as the whole universe coalesced into one sound.

Raku is a traditional and ancient Japanese firing process where the glazed urn is taken out of the kiln while red hot and placed into a container filled with leaves, straw, or other organic material.  The organic material bursts into flame and the container is sealed.  The flame, smoke, and oxygen deprived atmosphere create the unique textures and colors of raku.  These are handmade urns and the shape and colors of each urn will vary.

The urn with the Ohm symbol in the large photo has the Lemon Luster glaze.  the Lemon Luster glaze has shades green being the dominant color with blue and copper being accent colors.  Other glaze colors are available and are shown in the photos below the large urn. The Aqua Luster glaze tends to be in shades of blue with accent colors of green and copper. Click on the smaller photos to enlarge them.

The gold or silver oval pendant name plate can be engraved for an additional fee.  We recommend no more than about 22-24 spaces per line.  We can engrave up to 30 spaces per line but the print will be very tiny.

As these are custom works of hand-crafted art, please allow 4 weeks before your urn is shipped. Please call us if you need it faster.

The Om Raku Urn is available in a several different sizes to suit your need.

Standard (180 cubic inches)

Large (220 cubic inches)

Companion or Double Urn (375 cubic inches)

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 Here for Ceramic and Marble Sealing Instructions.