Four Seasons Urns Approved by Green Burial Council

Four Seasons Urns Approved by Green Burial Council

Four Seasons UrnsWe are happy to announce a new cremation urn to our collection. The Four Seasons Urns are completely biodegradable, using only green products that degrade naturally into the earth. There are no screws holding the urn together and the glue is not toxic. The urn is finished with natural beeswax giving it a lovely and elegant look.Biodegradable Urn Recently approved by the Green Burial Council, the Four Seasons Urns are beautiful and green. Because we are unable to ensure that all wood is harvested with a specific area, the urn is ranking a 4/5. We are aware of the importance of harvesting wood in a close region, due to unnecessary travel pollution and costs and are working to find the right kind of wood from a nearby controlled provider. The size of the urn is 11 inches by 8.5 inches by 4 inches and is made of Red Oak. This is the perfect wood to product high quality engraving and is necessary for us to provide the finest memorials we possible can. The urn is handmade in Visalia, California by a professional and dedicated wood worker. Finely engineered the urn closes naturally with a 1mm wedge that ensures closure. It was not easy to engineer this kind of closure, but results are a magnificent and simple concept. The hinges are attached to the top sliding piece which is accented by a piece of walnut wood. The top comes completely off with no stopper. This is particularly useful if the ashes will be scattered. This cremation urn is not only biodegradable, it has also been engineered to be a scattering urn. The engraving of the urn is quite unique. Each season is represented in this series that pays homage to the changing times of the year. It is common for there to be stipulations, in a will, about the time of day of a funeral ceremony. And when someone has passed in the winter time, they can now choose to have an memorial urn that reflects the wind and snow of that season. Similarly, summer shows water and the sun, spring shows a flower and fall shows a tree with wilting leaves.

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