Traditional Wood Cremation Urns

Extra Large Traditional Walnut Wood Cremation Urn - Engravable $137.95 [5]

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This product is available in a size of 420 cubic inches.

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Large Traditional Cherry Wood Cremation Urn - Engravable $106.95 [102]

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This product is available in a size of 200 cubic inches.

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Large Traditional Walnut Wood Cremation Urn - Engravable $96.95 [52]

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This product is available in a size of 200 cubic inches.

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Traditional Walnut Wood Companion Cremation Urn - Engravable $137.95 [13]

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This product is available in a size of 420 cubic inches.

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About Traditional Wood Cremation Urns

These traditional wooden urns for ashes are crafted from composite wood, which will not crack or warp, adding to its durability. They are finished in beautiful hand-polished satin stains – cherry, walnut, and oak – to add to their traditional style. Each can be engraved with up to four lines of 40 characters for identification and sentimental purposes.

When choosing your traditional wood urn, make sure you order the correct size. A good rule of thumb is to calculate one cubic inch of volume for each pound. So, if your loved one had a healthy weight of 150 pounds, you'll need an urn with at least 150 cubic inches of volume. If you have questions about choosing the right traditional wood cremation urn, contact us, and we'll be happy to assist you.

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How to select the right size urn

Enter in an approximate weight of your loved one before cremation and we will tell you the size needed.

Choosing the right size urn

Try finding an urn with our easy cremation urn finder.

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.