Yes, my “tall” urns are back! Thank you for your patience. I hope these can help heal your heart, and bring beauty back to your life.
This is a special urn that is for someone who wants to memorialize their loved pet in a true sculpture. It is a wonderful and beautiful urn to grace your home. You don’t even need to tell anyone it is holding your pet’s ashes (I can put the name underneath the base, if you like).
The flower is optional. As I hand craft each urn on order, I can sculpt whatever you like onto the front of the sculpture, or I can leave it simple and elegant. Please contact me with any ideas you may have, and I can create a sketch for you!
As these urns are all created on your order, all urns will be slightly different. Larger sizes will change the proportion as well. Contact me if you would like me to create a sketch for you to help you visualize what a larger urn would look like. Your pet’s name can be part of the sculpture itself, or I can add a brass plaque, it is up to you. This image is of a 3″ Bliss Urn, the larger sizes will change proportion. This urn also works alone, without ashes as a pet memorial. The Bliss Urn is wonderful for any type of loved pet, or person.
Thank you and be well,
Size information is based on your pet’s healthiest weight. (If in doubt, order next size up or contact me for help.)
2″~Keepsake urn. Holds a handful of ashes. Approximately 18″ tall.
3″~Holds a pet that weighed up to 10 lbs. Approximately 20″ tall.
3.5″~Holds a pet that weighed up to 20 lbs. Approximately 22″ tall.
4″~Holds a pet that weighed up to 28 lbs. Approximately 23″ tall.
5″~Holds a pet that weighed up to 55 lbs. Approximately 25″ tall.
6″~Holds a pet that weighed up to 100 lbs. Approximately 34″ tall.
* Larger sizes will change the proportion as well. Contact me if you would like me to create a sketch for you to help you visualize the urn design.
“Your pain is the breaking of the shell
that encloses your understanding.
Even as the stone of the fruit must break,that its
heart may stand in the sun, so must you know pain.
And could you keep your heart in wonder
at the daily miracles of your life, your pain
would not seem less wondrous than your joy;
And you would accept the seasons of your
heart, even as you have always accepted
the seasons that pass over your fields.
And you would watch with serenity
through the winters of your grief.
Much of your pain is self-chosen.
It is the bitter potion by which the
physician within you heals your sick self.
Therefore trust the physician, and drink
his remedy in silence and tranquillity:
For his hand, though heavy and hard, is guided by the tender hand of the Unseen, and the cup he brings, though it burn your lips, has been fashioned of the clay which the Potter has moistened with His own sacred tears. – Kahlil Gibran”