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Serial Number:9321035 Style:Collector's Edition. Wood:Cherry Top:Ebonized Cherry

Capacity: 35 cu. in.    Height: 8.75"   Width: 4.0"


$480

Serial Number:
9321035
Style:
Collector's Edition.
Wood:
Cherry
Top:
Ebonized Cherry

Capacity: 35 cu. in.
Height: 8.75"   Width: 4.0"


$480


This is a Collector’s Edition keepsake urn. Born from a single piece of wood, this started as a block of green wood and has been transformed into a Work of Art. This piece has the exact same design and build process as Artistic Urns original Signature Series - the only difference is there is more “Wow!” in the wood character.

A keepsake urn is any piece that measures less than full size in terms of internal capacity. Popular if the wishes are to scatter a portion and keep the rest, or when dividing the remains among different family members. Many families obtain a keepsake as a memorial for the home to remember their loved one after the remains have been interred or scattered.

The Collector’s Edition features all of Artistic Urns trademarks

  • 100% MADE IN AMERICA
  • HANDMADE
  • SIGNED by the Artist
  • Assigned a SERIAL NUMBER
  • Secured with a THREADED TOP.

The Collector’s Edition for When Ordinary Won’t Do!

This urn comes from a piece of Cherry wood. Like all fruit trees, the Cherry actually belongs to the rose family. American Colonists used the cherry tree for its fruit, medicinal properties and home furnishings. They mixed cherry juice with rum to create Cherry Bounce, a bitter but highly favored cordial. Found in the Eastern United States, the average tree is 60 to 70 feet in height. The heartwood of cherry varies from rich red to reddish brown and will darken with age and exposure to light. In contrast the sapwood is creamy white.

This Cherry tree was rescued from a pile of wood being split for firewood. Over 7 feet around at the base makes this an unusually large Cherry. The red heartwood rings make up most of the entire tree indicating it came from a region with a shorter growing season.