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Autumn Bella Handblown Glass Urn

By Eli

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This lovely urn has an autumn themed coloring swirled about including vibrant blues, greens and golden oranges..  These are handmade by Eli in Oregon, with each one being unique in its own way.   Full sized urn will hold approximately 220 cubic inches; the keepsake will hold a fraction there of.

These urns are created by taking 2000 degree molten glass and rolling it into colored frit (glass particles) and then reheating and shaping it until it is the form you see below.  Each urn will showcase a different and unique pattern of colors and swirls, creating truly unique designs specific to your purchase.  As such, you should expect some difference between our listing pictures and what you ultimately receive.


Size Dimensions (approximate) Weight
Full 8" Diameter x 11" High 8lbs
Keepsake 3" Diameter x 4" High 2lbs


Capacity is roughly 1 lb of body weight equals 1 cubic inch of cremated remains.  Lid can be easily sealed using a silicone based sealant around the rim of the urn lid.  We suggest putting the ashes inside a baggie and then putting the baggie inside the urn and using a small amount of sealant in case you ever want to remove the cremains.

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Brought to you by Spirit Pieces, the leading provider of handmade memorial artwork of people and pets. Since 2015 we've been providing lasting memorials to tens of thousands of families, allowing them to reunite with their loved ones and keep them forever close to heart and home.

For more information on how to order and to learn about our family discount program, add to cart and then click this link. Collection kit(s) are sent automatically and included in the price if you're ordering cremains infused products.
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