Custom Engraved Large Praying Hands Cremation Urn (PM19925)

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This urn is designed for a loved one with a healthy weight of 250 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:
12-1/2" W x 9-5/8" D x 12-1/2" H
Volume:
250 cubic inches

Large Praying Hands Cremation Urn

Carefully crafted from cold cast resin and hand painted to give it a classic antiqued bronze finish, the large Praying Hands cremation urn is a truly special way to memorialize a departed loved one. On top of a large bronze-finished base sits a beautiful closed book, out of which a pair of praying hands extend. This elegant sculpture features many fine details, from the neatly trimmed fingernails to the folds of the shirt cuffs and pages of the book. The bottom of the urn is covered in soft black felt to protect your furniture and features a removable panel so that the cremains can be placed inside. This panel can be securely closed with four small screws.

Optional Engraved Plaque

Every cremation urn should include custom engraving that identifies and honors the individual whose cremains have been placed inside. The Praying Hands urn includes space on the front of the base for an optional engraved plaque to be added. Engraving on a separate plaque allows for the engraving to be clearer and more visible, as well as making any changes or corrections easier.

The engraved plaque for the front of the urn can include up to 4 lines of text in script or block font, with up to 65 characters per line. Next to your custom engraving, you can add optional artwork from the images shown above or send in a personal photo to be engraved. Under your engraving, we can add an optional poem from the choices shown below. In addition, an optional poem plaque may also be added to the back of the urn.

Personal photo engraving process