In this article we will present to you just a select few of our cremation urns for ashes that are suitable for outdoor use. These can blend naturally into your existing garden décor, perhaps within a rockery, or they can make striking stand alone pieces that act to grab everyone's attention.
We have handpicked 6 outdoor cremation urns which reflect the variations of materials we have available that can be placed in the garden.
This beautiful cremation urn has a glossy white finish which glistens in the light. It is embossed with a subtle paisley like print which covers the entirety of the ceramic urn.
This is one of our special raku fired pieces, a unique urn which can never truly be replicated again making it a one of a kind white urn.
This urn is a strong ceramic material which is durable and weatherproof, suitable for outdoor use. However, the lid of this urn is simply placed on top of the urn and is not one of our glued or screwed urns. Therefore, although this urn is perfectly fine outdoors, you will want to place it under some sort of shelter as water is able to get in.
This cremation urns for ashes is created using the saggar firing technique which creates one of a kind, unique urn. The ceramic urn is inspired by flower patterns reminiscent of Damask and Henna. The patterns upon the lid follow a similar matching design, creating a sense of cohesion in the piece.
This urn is equipped with natural tones such as smoky charcoal and earthy browns. This makes it the perfect memorial piece to be woven into your garden arrangement, whilst maintaining its eye-catching phenomena.
Our EcoTower urn for ashes is expertly handcrafted from recycled and pressed pine wood chips, designed by skilled artisans in Spain.
This wooden cremation urn is available in Beige, Brown, Green, and Blue. It has a strong, rectangular structure which symbolises stability and power, making this a quality safe place to carry your loved one’s ashes.
This beautiful cremation urn has a grainy texture where you can feel how the wood particles have pieced together. This urn would be highly suitable for an angel who enjoyed woodwork and DIY projects.
Depending on the location in the garden, this wooden urn can blend naturally into it’s surroundings or it can make a subtle sustainment piece, perhaps upon a table.
This ceramic urns for ashes is an abstract take on the idea of rippling water from a rain droplet. It represents the transformation that is taken when a loved one becomes an angel, creating a sense of balance and tranquillity. The wavelet details symbolise the resounding eternity of the memory of your loved one within your heart.
This makes a lovely cremation urn to add to your garden décor with its water wrinkles giving the feel of rain. In the Victorian era, rain during a funeral was a sign of good luck, signifying the movement of the soul into heaven.
Our Connection Cremation Urn is designed as two adjourning arms reaching and connecting together, symbolising the undying connection between you and your dearly departed.
Our Stainless Steel and Bronze variations of this metal cremation urn are environmentally resistible which makes them the perfect pieces to be put in the garden.
This spherical cremation urn for ashes represents a sense of wholeness, completion, and karma. Its circular features may remind you of the moon, an orange, or water droplets; all natural shapes found in nature, formed through gravity and force.
This deep blue urn would be a fitting piece for an angel that was confident, bold, a risk-taker, as the hue of this piece represents intelligence, trust, and loyalty.
Our crystalline glaze urn range makes fitting pieces for the garden with their striking colours and hues which match earth’s elements. The flows of patterns and shapes can be found within all elements of life from the branches of trees to the veins of leaves.
We hope this list has given you some inspiring ideas into the variety cremation urns for ashes that are suitable for an outdoor space that we have to offer here at Urns For Angels.
If you have any further questions or queries please visit our other articles which are linked below:
- What ceramic urns are there?
- what are saggar urns are there?
- Where to place your urn?
- What to know before buying an urn?
- What is the cost of an urn?
- How to fill a cremation urn?
- What materials are used in cremation urns?
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