Eagle Firefighter Maltese Red Cross Urn

$299.95
$249.95
SKU:
1007FF

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Keep The Memory™ Urn Series
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Cremation Urn Volume

200
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Description:


The Eagle Firefighter Maltese Red Cross Urn is one of the urns from the Keep The Memory™ Urn Series, exclusive to In The Light Urns. The Firefighter Red Cross Keychain Urn has a striking image of a bald eagle and Maltese Red Cross showing service to the community. Each urn is made of birch wood with a quality rose wood finish or matte black. The wood routered lines of this urn reflect a dignified and pleasant looking urn.

The Eagle Firefighter Maltese Red Cross Urn includes is created in a full color imprint process. These custom urn are striking and beautiful. If you choose to do so, we can add an image of your loved one, to the urn, you will receive a mock-up for approval before imprinting if you choose this feature. The text boxes are for you to indicate your engraving requirements and notes on the imprinting.

Size & Measurements:


Each 200 cubic inch urn is an adult sized urn, bottom loading with a removable plate and measure 11 1/2" wide x 7" tall x 7 1/2" deep.

Engraving Details:


We can engrave up to 3 lines of engraving on each urn. Here is an example of what we can engrave:

In Loving Memory
Donald R. Robertson Sr.
May 19, 1942 - April 9, 2019


Additional Features:

*Exclusive Urn Line
*Satisfaction Guaranteed
*Engraving Does Not Slow Shipping

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David & Shelly
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We are very pleased with the service we received and with the urn, very impressive company.

David & Shelly

Created
Wed, 11/26/2014 - 23:52

Firefighter Maltese Urn

Dena Frost
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This urn was exactly what I wanted and I am so pleased with the urn and the service, a special thank you to Krystal.

Sincerely,
Dena Frost

Created
Thu, 10/16/2014 - 03:26

Eagle Firefighter Maltese Red Cross Urn

Mandy Jacobs
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Perfect for Dad! The cost was very economical and hundreds less than purchasing an urn from the funeral home, we love it.

Mandy Jacobs

Created
Mon, 10/13/2014 - 21:03

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