Heart to Heart Cast Bronze Companion Cremation Urn
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Heart to Heart Cast Bronze Companion Cremation Urn
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Heart to Heart Cast Bronze Companion Cremation Urn

Heart to Heart Cast Bronze Companion Cremation Urn

Item #:SP-724
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Description

Our Heart to Heart Cast Bronze Companion Cremation Urn is a beautifully hand-crafted cast bronze urn with two hearts bound together.

Cast using the ancient "lost wax" method of casting. Since each piece is custom cast to order, weight, size and color may vary slightly. Made in the USA.

Specifications

  • Material: Cast Bronze
  • Dimensions: 12"H x 13.5"W x 6"D
  • Capacity: 200 cubic inches on one side and 150 cubic inches on the other side (1 pound of body weight = approximately 1 cubic inch of ash)
  • Weight: 26 pounds
  • Bottom plates attach with 4 screws each
  • Individually cast - usually ships in 4-6 weeks
  • Made in the USA

  • Important Notes & Information


    Production Process and Turnaround Time - 4-6 weeks

    Processing Time

    Each urn is individually cast using the ancient "lost wax" method of casting and then hand finished. Please allow 4-6 weeks processing time. Due to artisan hand-crafting, all weights and sizes are approximate and colors may vary slightly.

    Lost Wax Casting

    Lost Wax Casting is a method of bronze casting using a clay core and a wax coating placed in a mold. The wax is melted in the mold and drained out, and bronze poured into the space left, producing a hollow bronze figure when the core is discarded.

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