Blue Precious Gift Keepsake Cremation Urn (PM17246)

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This urn is designed for a loved one with a healthy weight of 1 pound or less before cremation.

This can also be used as a sharing urn to hold a portion of the ashes.

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Outsize Size:
2-5/8" L x 2-5/8" W x 1-1/2" H
1 cubic inches

Remember your loved one with this Blue Precious Gift keepsake cremation urn. Included with this urn is a small secure screw top cylinder and satin drawstring bag, for holding cremains. Glue is also included should you choose to make a permanent seal.


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We never know how long we get to keep our Gifts...

Reviewed By: Lu on 08/28/2015

I have been very philosophical about the loss of my husband, thinking of him as my "Most Precious Gift Ever" and extremely appreciative of how long I had him, never expecting to lose him at this stage of our lives. When I saw this, it was just the right symbol to remind me of how lucky I am to have had him as long as I did. He gave me the two most precious gifts I have left, our children. Don't take your "gifts" for granted, for you never know how long they will be with you.
The box itself is nicer than I thought it would be. Sometimes with this type of piece the crystals aren't as clear and nice, the paint isn't as carefully applied or as bright as shown and the edges don't meet up perfectly where it closes. I am very impressed with the craftsmanship of this piece, it is truly something you can display very proudly. I took a chance in ordering it because I liked it so much. I wish they had more pictures that showed all of the details of the fineness of this piece.

The little plastic vial that comes with it to actually hold the ashes seems a bit fragile and not that well made (the cover is made of black plastic and it seems like they didn't pour enough plastic in the mold because part of it is uneven at the bottom and it is iffy as to whether or not it will seal well. I hadn't planned to put the vial with his ashes in to the metal box, so it isn't a big deal for me. I had been considering using the enclosed vial to carry a small bit of him with me when I travel, however I don't think it will hold up for this purpose. Yes, I know that the plastic vial wasn't designed with my intended use in mind. I'm not criticizing it, just sharing information in case anyone else had been thinking of using it for a different purpose also.

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