What size urn do I need?
Follow this simple rule of thumb and you will purchase the correct size urn 99% of the time. 1lb. of body weight = 1 cubic inch of ash
Examples: a 200lb. person will need an urn that is 200 cubic inches or large a 150lb. person will need an urn that is 150 cubic inches or larger a 100lb. person or pet will need an urn that is 100cubic inches or larger a 50lb. person or pet will need an urn that is 50cubic inches or larger a 25lb. person or pet will need an urn that is 25 cubic inches or larger a 10lb. person or pet will need an urn that is 10 cubic inches or larger
NOTE: Cremated remains can vary due to different cremation processes, therefore we do suggest purchasing a slightly larger urn than is calculated for to avoid having the urn be too small for the ashes. Remember an urn can't be too big, only too small.
Cremation Urn Air Travel
For current regulations on Cremation Urn Air Travel, please click on the link below or call Transportation Security Administration directly.
TSA-Guidelines - www.tsa.gov - 866-289-9673
NOTE: Some airlines do not allow cremated remains as checked baggage so please check with your air carrier before attempting to transport a crematory container in checked baggage.
What is keepsake urn jewelry?
Keepsake urn jewelry is jewelry that holds a very small amount of ashes in a discreet manner. It allows you to keep your loved one with you at all times, to where noone will know unless you tell them. Many of our customers have told us the best part of using cremation urn jewelry is the serenity it provides knowing that their loved one is with them at all times.
How do I fill my keepsake urn jewelry?
Every order of keepsake urn jewelry comes with a funnel, glue and complete instructions on how to fill your jewelry item.
What are your methods of shipping?
We offer Free Ground Shipping, which usually takes 5-7 business days. If you need your urn delivered faster, we also offer 3rd day, 2nd Day Air and Next Day Air. You will be prompted to make your choice during checkout. There will be a shipping charge if you choose anything other than Groung Shipping.
Can I use an urn not listed as a pet urn, for my pet?
Yes. Many of our customers do this. Your choice will come down to which urn is most appealing to you.
Can I use an Urn for scattering ashes?
Yes. Sometimes people wish to scatter cremated remains in a location that holds special memories. After the scattering, the urn is often used to hold personal items of the deceased. These items may include as an example, a watch,ring or some dried flowers from the ceremony. The urn can also be used as a vase to hold flowers. Scattering of the remains is most easily accomplished by using a top loaded cremation urn, but this is not essential.
What should I do with my Urn?
Urns that hold cremated remains can be buried in a grave, placed in a crypt in a mausoleum, or placed in a niche in a columbarium. They can also be kept at home in that special place of your choosing, which is the most popular choice among our customers.
Is is ok to put personal items in with my loved one's cremated remains?
Yes. Many of our customers have told us that they have purchased a larger sized Cremation Urn than is needed because of this. Some of these personal items include rings,watches,a lock of hair and dried flowers from the ceremony.