Tear Keepsake Urn for Ashes


$147 Including VAT & Delivery
Colour: Lime Wood

The Tear Keepsake Urn for Ashes has been carefully sculpted with high quality wood, into the shape of tear - making this a very emotional piece. 
The tear shape can symbolise the love and affection and recognised pain of losing someone close to you. The textured surface can represent the rough and complex time we have to face when dealing with grief. 

The carefully carved wood has been sculpted to deliver a surface which feels smooth to the touch, providing you with a sense of tranquillity when the urn is held. Whilst this wooden urn was designed to be within your home, it can also be buried in the ground - as this type of wood will naturally decompose between 2 - 5 years and your loved one's ashes will be released into the earth. 

This small urn can be opened at the base by accessing the threaded lid attached, undoing it allows you to lift off a section of the urn and securely place the ashes inside. This urn for ashes is available in Swiss Pine Wood, Ash Wood, Walnut Wood, and Lime Wood. You have the option to choose the natural state of these urns or colours such as, Red and Gold, Blue and Silver, or the Lime wood variant in Gold, Silver, Flame, Red or Orange. This urn is also available in an adult size. 

Authentic gold leaf is created by hammering gold into very thin sheets which vary in gold content and weight. It is approximately 91.7% gold, equating to 22 karat. Gold has been a symbol of opulence from the beginning, with Greek ideology that by looking upon the gold sculptures, a viewer could better themselves.

The process of layering gold leaf over a surface is called gold leafing or gilding. In order to add the gold leaf to a surface it must first be prepared with a surface paint, then applied with adhesive followed by, burnishing, cleaning, pre-paint sealing, painting, and a final post-paint sealing. Ultimately, applying gold leaf is challenging and a lot of careful work is required in order to achieve the perfect painted gold leaf surface.

Throughout history, gold leaf has been used to portray many things. In the Medieval Era, halos of gold leaf were used in art to signify the heavenly or unearthly, much like your loved one who has left our world. Similarly, in 17th century Japan, gold leaf was used to evoke a celestial feeling towards the heavens.

  • Height (cm): 8
  • Width (cm): 4.5
  • Depth (cm): 3.5
  • Approx Weight (kg): 0.2
  • Material: Lime, Swiss Ash or Walnut
  • Colour:   Natural, Gold, Silver, Orange, Red or Flame
  • Approx Capacity: 0.05 (ltr) / 3 (cu in)
  • Suitable for ashes of body weight up to 1.4 (kg) / 3 (lbs)
  • Suitable for: A small pinch of ashes
  • Indoor or Outdoor use: Both - (Biodegrades 2 - 5 years after burial)
  • Free UK Delivery: 3 - 4 weeks (Made to order)

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