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About Silver Gold Cremation Urn Series

Choosing a cremation urn for your loved one is a very personal and often difficult choice. Perfect Memorials offers an amazing selection of funeral urns to choose from, including attractive silver-gold urns. These pieces combine the elegance of a silver urn with the beauty of a gold urn, making one stunning vessel with which to honor your loved one.

You can be confident that any urn you order from Perfect Memorials will be of the highest quality. Most of the traditional, vase urns include a removable lid that screws down tight to protect the cremains that you place inside. You may want to include a cremains bag with your order to provide you with even more protection. An urn stand can also ensure that your urn is held securely.

Gold and Silver Urns

While silver-gold urns are a beautiful tribute to your loved one, there are also a wide selection of gold urn and silver urn options. Gold is a popular color for the finish on both bronze and brass urns, and it is often polished to shine brightly. Bronze, brass, and pewter urns can all have a lovely silver color, either burnished or polished. You can also find attractive silver-colored brass urns with gold details.

Urn Sizing

Whether you choose a silver urn, a gold urn, or a silver-gold urn, it's important to find the right size. The basic rule of thumb for urn sizing is that you'll need 1 cubic inch of volume in the urn for every pound of weight before cremation. In other words, if the deceased weighed 160 pounds, you'll need an urn that holds at least 160 cubic inches. It's always a good idea to have a little more space in the urn than you need, rather than not enough.

Personalization Options

Because of their intricate detailing, silver-gold cremation urns cannot be directly engraved. Instead, you can select an urn pendant to hang around the neck of the urn. You'll have space to have the deceased name and dates engraved on the pendant, along with a brief message, if you so choose. Photo pendants are also available, which allow you to have a photo of the deceased engraved directly onto the pendant.

Brass and bronze urns that are silver or gold can, in many cases, be engraved directly. Depending on the urn size and any design elements, you may have space for a longer message, a piece of art, or even a brief poem to be engraved.

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How to select the right size urn

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Choosing the right size urn

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Choosing the right size urn is easy. For every one pound before cremation you will need 1 cubic inch of volume. For example, a loved one weighing 200 pounds will need an urn that is at least 200 cubic inches or larger. Choosing an urn larger then you need is OK.