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Distinctive graining patterns assure that no two hardwood urns are exactly alike. Like fine furniture, hardwood urns are made from a variety of woods such as cherry, pecan and oak.
It’s hard not to reach out and touch wood that has been finely crafted into something rich and smooth.
Often, a piece of wood becomes the intersection between art and craft. The craft creates sharp corners that lock together, a piece that delights the eye with perfect symmetry. Art takes symmetry and spins it into beauty. Trees renew each season. Forests grow again. And the grains in a piece of hardwood form the perfect pallet for an artisan.
Costs are often reflective of the design, workmanship and the rarity and quality of the materials used. Some wood urns can be personalized with a laser engraved inscription or by the use of symbols and medallions to make a fitting tribute.
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