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Garden Ceramic Acorn Keepsake Urn

Garden Ceramic Acorn Keepsake Urn

Garden Ceramic Acorn Keepsake Urn

Garden Ceramic Acorn Keepsake Urn

July 08, 2016

Glass is a beautiful material to work with but it's only one of many amazing materials out there.  We're excited to announce our first foray into ceramics with our acorn keepsake urn.  This wonderfully unique way to remember a loved one ships in two parts along with a steel keepsake pendant to hold the actual ashes.  The keepsake is suspended internally via a hook and the two parts are sealed together with any waterproof glue.

This is a great way to remember someone who loved the outdoors.  Hang off any tree or outdoor feature.  Size is 5" in diameter and 4" in height.




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