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August 3, 2017 by 7jF6eU

Submitted by: Granville Urns

There are many difficult details to worry about after the loss of a loved one, but choosing a custom urn doesnt have to be one of them. With a stunning array of design options to choose from, a variety of sizes and shapes, and exquisite craftsmanship, Granville Urns has a catalog of beautiful urns, one of which is sure to be the perfect choice for preserving cherished memories and finding peace.

Types of urns

There are many different sizes and shapes of urns to choose from. Full-size urns are available as horizontal or vertical and are made to hold the cremated remains of one person. A horizontal urn is often the largest, can hold up to 220 cubic inches, and can be placed in a columbarium or displayed lovingly in your home. Theyoften resemble a jewelry box. A vertical urn holds up to 165 cubic inches, stands about nine inches tall, and fits comfortably in a mausoleum or niche at a church. Keepsake urns are smaller, the right size for a side table or mantle, and ideal if several family members wish to keep a small portion of the remains. A memento keepsake urn adds a small top compartment with a hinged lid for keeping cherished tokens.For an extra-special touch, a matching picture frame can hold a photo of your loved one and be displayed close to the urn.

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Design Options

When it comes to choosing between styles of custom urns, look for something that captures the personality of the deceased or speaks to your memories of him or her. You will also want a distinctive and attractive design that can stand the test of time. Quality craftsmanship is one component of timelessness that cant be overlooked.Wood inlay is a classic and enduring form of art that befits the solemnity of the urn. Exceptional craftsmanship, attention to detail, and fine-quality woods are all essential components of producing a lasting work of art that is worthy of serving as a permanent memorial of your loved one.

Personalization

Many people choose personalization to commemorate or mark the urn. Usually as simple as the name, birth date, and date of death, personalization adds an extra-special touch. When choosing personalization as an option, look for a company that can do the personalization in-house, as this will save you the stress of sourcing it elsewhere and will also prevent delays in shipping.

Ordering and Shipping

You may be working with a service partner who has a direct contact to the company that makes the urn you select. Even if you dont, a reputable company can work with your crematorium or funeral home and ship your urn directly to them or to your home. If you are worried about the time it takes to ship custom urns, be sure to check the details on the website.When shipping to the contiguous United States, most orders are shipped within 24 hours and arrive in five business days. Overnight and international shipping are also available.

While choosing an urn for your loved one can be difficult, you can take comfort in knowing that youve chosen a classic, quality piece of art as their final resting place. Over time, happy memories will bring you comfort.

About the Author: Weston Barnes is a write and an avid reader. When he’s not writing about business, marketing, health, pets, or relationships, he’s immersed in his latest book. When He was little, he would have to sneak a book light into his room so he could read until the wee hours of the night.For more information visit here-

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