One of the many questions you may ask yourself when looking for a vessel to hold the ashes of your dearly departed loved one could be, "Why choose a Porcelain Urn For Ashes?". In this article, we are going to guide you through this range.
Porcelain is a comparatively newer development compared to ceramic. The process was first mastered in China in the 1300s.
Our Porcelain Urns have been expertly handcrafted in Portugal. They each have symbolic meanings behind them and have been designed to be presented within your home to look like a subtle decorative piece as well as being a touching tribute to your angel.
The porcelain urn will not deteriorate over time. This will ensure a secure vessel for your loved one's final resting place.
Photographed above is our Nephesh Porcelain Cremation Urn.
Where should I place a Porcelain urn?
Because porcelain is fragile, we advise to keep the urn indoors and place it somewhere out of reach of children and pets. For more information on where to place your cremation urn, please have a read through our helpful guide here.
Photographed below is our beautiful Diamond Porcelain Cremation Urn.
This Porcelain Cremation urn symbolises beauty and rarity, whilst also embracing strength and unity. This cremation urn for ashes has been hand crafted from porcelain which gives it a dazzling and captivating appearance. This urn can be a suitable piece to add to any household.
Is a Porcelain urn the right choice?
Porcelain urns are very pleasing to the eye, they are an artistic piece of décor which can provide comfort when looking at them. They are also available in either two finishes, matte or glazed. However, please note that porcelain is fragile and isn't suitable for outdoor placement.
If you are still trying to find the right material for your urn, it might help if you read through our guide, What materials are used in cremation urns? to give you some more insight.
If you have a question that hasn't been answered, feel free to contact us and we can do our best to help guide you through this difficult time.
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