Pet Urns

We offer over 100 different style pet urns. We have organized the urns by the various materials in which they are made. Please take a few moments to learn about the different types of urns and select that category that best suits your needs.

Metal Urns
Metal urns are machine crafted from both base and alloy metals such as steel, copper, sheet bronze, pewter and brass. These urns are finished using a variety of techniques such as plating, polishing, brushing and lacquering. Metal urns are durable and thus appropriate for burial and home placement.

Cultured Urns
Cultured urns are manufactured from a variety of synthetic materials. Cultured urns are intended to resemble urns made of other natural products such as marble, granite, ceramic, wood and bronze. Because cultured urns are manufactured using man-made materials, they are easily crafted into a variety of traditional and nontraditional shapes and colors. They are also extremely durable and thus appropriate for burial or home placement.

Quarried Urns
Quarried urns are crafted from natural stone materials such as granite, marble, quartz, onyx, slate, alabaster and fossil stone. These materials are mined throughout the world and no two urns are exactly the same. The rarity of the stone, part of the world in which it is found and the intricacy of the shape all play a role in determining the cost of quarried urns. Because of its permanence, quarried urns are used for both burial and home placement.

Cast Bronze Urns
Bronze urns in this category are manufactured using either lost wax, sand or standard casting techniques. Bronze is an alloy of copper and either zinc or tin, and is durable and is used for many sculptured urns. Being the material of choice for many artists creating memorial urns, cast bronze urns are often purchased for home or cemetery display.

Wood Urns
Wood urns are crafted from nearly every conceivable domestic and exotic wood species. More common wood urns are made from cherry, maple, pine, oak, walnut and poplar. More exotic, non-endangered woods used include mahogany, paduk, yellowheart and zebrawood. Wood urns are generally stained and may be adorned with inlays, appliqués and laser etchings. Wood urns are most often purchased for home or cemetery columbarium placement.

Ceramic & Glass Urns
Ceramic and glass urns are made by artisans employing a variety of shaping, glazing, firing, coloring and blowing techniques. Ceramic vessels have been used for cremation urns as far back as recorded history. Urns in this category may be traditional or organic shaped. These urns are sometimes adorned with fired-in appliqués or metallic trims. Because of their delicate nature and beauty, ceramic and glass urns are generally used for display either in the home or in a cemetery columbarium.

Family members or special friends often want to memorialize their pets by retaining a small portion of the cremated remains. A variety of pendants are available for this purpose. Keepsake pendants are crafted by jewelers as tokens to be worn. They are generally made out of gold, silver, brass or pewter.

For more information about Pet Cremation and urns, read about it, call us at 800.493.8001 or send an email to:


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