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Scattering Urns

Our Scattering Urns can be used for the scattering of a...

loved ones ashes. Our scattering urns are designed with beautiful scenery that can compliment the location of the scattering. This is an attractive and dignified approach to the scattering of cremation ashes.

A scattering ceremony can be a beautiful tribute to your loved one. Some scattering methods include:

☛ Tossing of ashes to wind by an individual or by taking turns as a group

☛ Placing the ashes in a dug trench to be covered by an individual or by a group

☛ Raking the ashes into a prepared loose soil by an individual or group

☛ Scattering the ashes from a biodegradable scattering urn into a dug hole and then placing the urn into the hole

☛ Scattering into a body of water. Special biodegradable water scattering urns are designed to float briefly and then sink. They can be used to scatter the ashes and then let the urn sink, or keep the ashes intact and let them sink together.

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Add Your Personal Touch

Nearly all of our products can be personalized. From traditional engravings, to photo and artwork engravings, to cast bronze plaques, you'll find the perfect solution for your personal needs.

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Cremation Urn Sizing
What size urn do I need?

One pound of body weight will yield just less than 1 cubic inch of ash. Assume for shopping purposes that: 1 pound body weight = 1 cubic inch ash.

Cremation urn item descriptions list the size of the urn in Cubic Inches. If you know the weight of the deceased - then you know the size of the urn you need. Approx Weight = Approx Size.

Easy example: A cremated 100 pound person will yield almost 100 cubic inches of ashes. So, if 1 pound = 1 cubic inch then this person would need an urn that is approximately 90-100 cubic inches or larger.

Keepsake Jewelry is designed to hold a trace amount of ashes, similar to the size of the head of a sewing pin.

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