This Golden Night biodegradable paper box cremation urn is made of handmade paper and real leaves. A green fitted band adorns the outside of the urn. This urn also comes with an interior biodegradable black box. These urns are suitable for ground burial or displaying in your home. Biodegradable bag not included. Due to the nature of this handmade product, color and paper pattern may slightly vary.
Optional engraving can be done in two fonts. Engraving can be up to 2 lines with 35 characters per line. An optional poem may also be engraved on the back of the urn. Choose from 10 different poems. Optional artwork may also be engraved on the front of the urn. (See artwork options above and poem options below)
Why choose engraving?
Engraving your memorial helps to permanently identify the urn. Personalization helps make the memorial for your loved one personal and unique. Some cemetaries can require direct engraving for identifcation purposes. In the incident of being misplaced or lost the engraving can help return the memorial back to it's proper location.
How long will engraving take?
Our engraving is done extremely fast by our skilled engravers. If a ground order is placed before 12:00pm Central Standard Time the urn is generally engraved and shipped the same business day. For expedited or rush orders we make every effort possible to ship same day even after 12:00pm. We encourage calling our customer care line at 1-800-979-8767 if rush engraving is needed after 12:00pm so we can make special arrangements for you.
The urn meets the standards of the Transportation Security Administration and can pass through gate-side security and be carried onboard an airplane.
Biodegradable Ground Burial
These biodegradable urns are fabricated by hand from recycled and eco-friendly paper which breaks down naturally when buried. They are durable, with no "shelf life" and will NOT begin to biodegrade until they are buried in the ground.
Earthurns are manufactured with the environment in mind. The tree bark used to make the paper is harvested from the mulberry tree in such a way that the tree continues to grow, undamaged. This sustainable process is centuries old and ensures the preservation of ancient forests.
Once the bark of the tree is harvested, it is soaked until soft and then laid out on to bamboo screens where floral materials are inlaid by hand. The screens are then placed in the sun to dry. The resulting paper is used to make beautiful and environmentally-friendly urns.