Custom Engraved Large Grand Eagle Cremation Urn (PM19878)

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This urn is designed for a loved one with a healthy weight of 280 pounds or less before cremation.

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Availability:
Usually ships same or next business day. If custom personalization is selected, item will ship in 1-2 business days.
Exterior Dimensions:
13" W x 14-1/2" H x 10" D
Volume:
280 cubic inches

Large Grand Eagle Cremation Urn

The eagle is a symbol of America, of freedom, and of strength. The large Grand Eagle cremation urn represents all of those meanings and more. Standing more than a foot tall, this majestic sculpture sits atop a sturdy base with an antiqued bronze finish. The eagle itself has been carefully crafted from cold cast resin to allow our artists to create an elegantly detailed sculpture. You can see the individual lines on the eagle's feet as well as the barbs on the feathers. The eagle sits on a finely detailed branch, and the entire sculpture is hand painted with a multi-toned bronze finish.

The bottom of the eagle urn base opens so that you can place the cremains of the departed inside. This bottom-opening panel is sealed with a rubber gasket and attached firmly with several screws. The bottom is also covered in soft felt so that the urn will not scratch your furnishings.

Optional Engraved Plaque

Every cremation urn should be personalized with the name of the deceased so that there is no question whose cremains have been placed inside. Our large eagle urn features an optional engraved plaque, which can be written in a script or block style font. This plaque may include a name and three additional lines of text, with up to 65 characters per line. There is also space on the plaque to add optional artwork from the images above and a brief poem. An optional poem plaque is also available for the back of the eagle urn. Poem options for the front and back plaques are shown below.