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Fovere Cremation Urns For The One You Love

We understand that you are here, looking for information on cremation urns as a necessity, because you have to.

It is likely you have never done this before and it is probably something you previously never even considered. Perhaps your initial search for a cremation urn has shown the huge variety of types, shapes and size urns available.

Where do you even begin when looking for a cremation urn?
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Choose a Cremation Urn for Ashes That's Right For You
Losing the ones’ we love is one of the most difficult things we ever experience. You are running on empty, physically and emotionally drained but there’s a whole list of things you need to get sorted.

We know how difficult this is so we are here to support you and try to make choosing a urn to store their cremated remains little bit easier.

We have our own collection of unique cremation urns for human ashes to display at home available, but we also strive to provide straight forward information on choosing a cremation urn, understanding urn sizes and provide suggestions on where you can find urns if our range doesn’t suit your needs.
Large and small funeral urns. Urns for ashes, blue, white and silver cremation urns for humans ashes and pet ashes, Adult urn and keepsake urns. Display flowers and candles in their memory. Memorial vase urn a large cremation urns for human ashes adult, infant, child.  Cremation urn looks like flower vase with hidden ashes chamber incorporated to keep cremated remains safe. ashes vase urn has white flowers displayed in memory.

Cremations Urns for Human Ashes

Find some peace and comfort whilst celebrating the life of your loved one our range of . Our cremation urns offer a personal touch in remembering those we lost.

Set of three matching keepsake sharing urns for human ashes. 3 White & silver candle holder funeral urns with tealight candles. White metal urn body is pearlescent, like mother of pearl. Silver finish lid has a tea light recess and has intricate engraving

Small Keepsake Urns

Small, Mini, Keepsake Cremation Urns are ideal for storing a small portion of ashes and sharing cremated ashes with family members.


Pet Urns

Because pets are family too!
Honor your furry friend they way the deserve.
Show your dog or cat how much you cared.


The Different Types of Cremation Urns for Ashes

Cremation urns are used to store the cremated remains of our family and friends who have sadly passed away.
There are many types of ash urns including:

Keepsake Urns for Human Ashes:

Keepsake urns are designed for storing a small portion of cremated of ashes.
These cremation urns are a popular choice for those wanting to keep just a token amount of ashes. For example if you are planning on burying or scattering the rest of their remains but want to keep a small portion of remains with you.
Small keepsake urns are also an ideal urn choice for for sharing ashes amongst family members due to their small size and can often be purchased as matching sets.

Companion Urns:

Companion cremation urns are extra-large urns for human ashes which are often used to hold the cremated remains of two people,; Your Mom and Dad or a Husband and Wife.
when the first in the couple passes their cremated remains can be transferred into the ash urn and then the remains of the second person can be added at a later date.

Baby, Infant and Children’s Urns:

A sad an unfortunate reality is the need for cremation urns for babies, infants and children. These urns are much smaller than many other urns and often small or keepsake urns are used as childrens urns too.
There are however specifically designed cremation urns for infants and children with many designed to express the joy and innocence of childhood.
Sometimes this little urns are brightly colored and depict popular children’s characters or symbols such as teddy bears and angels.

Individual Cremation Urns / Adult Cremation Urns:

This term is given to cremation urns which are designed to hold the cremated remains of one adult.

Scattering Urns for ashes:

Scattering a loves ones ashes can be daunting for those not wishing to handle the cremated remains of their beloved. Scattering urns can make this easier for you.
These cremation urns allow you to scatter your loved ones’ ashes during a memorial service directly from the urn, there is no need to touch he ashes.
These urns can therefore be viewed as be more dignified and make it easier and less confrontational for those performing the service than using the temporary containers most funeral homes supply.

Burial urns:

Burial urns are a type oof cremation urn that is designed for housing cremated remains for burial below ground.
although many urns for human ashes can also be used for this purpose too there may be some things to consider when choosing an urn for burial. For example the dimensions of the urn you are allowed and some sites require that the cremation urn is placed inside a burial urn vault.
We recommend checking with the cemetery's policy fore purchasing your cremation urn.

Eco-friendly and Bio-degradable Cremation Urns:

Biodegradable urns are more environmentally friendly and break down naturally over time. They can be constructed from a wide range of materials including paper, sand and bamboo and are designed to have minimal impact onthe environment. There is a growing trend for eco-friendly urns and green burial sites are growing in popularity too. There are also many bio-degradable urns for ashes that are also suited to water burial of ashes.

Pet Urns:

For safely storing your pets’ ashes. Pet cremation urns are available in a wide range of designs for dogs, cats, horses and more.
Choosing an individual cremation urn, keepsake or small urn for human ashes for your pets is also a popular choice for those wishing to honor their pets. .

Cremation Jewelry:

Keepsake jewelry is used to store a tiny amount of cremated remains. Cremation jewelry has a small opening where ashes can be added. Alternatively, the ashes are sometimes incorporated into a gem or resin within the jewelry.

Cremation Urn size guide template. General rule 1 cubic inch volume is large enough for 1 pound bodyweight at time of death.

Cremation Urns - Size Guide:

"What size urn for human ashes do I need?"

This is one of the most popular questions people ask around cremation urns as unless you have had to purchase one before you simply wouldn't need to know anything about urn sizes and there is such a wide variety available.

When we consider cremation urn sizes it is the volume and not the outside dimension of the urn that are dominating factor as you want to ensure that all of the cremated remains can fit inside the urn. The volume of urns is commonly measured in cubic inches.

The outside measurements are only a consideration if you choose to bury the ash container or keep it in a columbarium niche as you will need to ensure the urn will fit inside the the vault (if using) or niche.

The general rule of thumb is to allow 1 cubic inch for every pound of body weight before their passing, as long as they were of a healthy bodyweight.
A cremation urns for ashes with capacity of 200 cubic inches or more is considered a full-size adult urn. 200 Cubic inches is large enough to hold the human remains of a 6'4" medium build, large enough to store most adults remains.

It is commonplace for there to be empty space inside the urn once the ashes have been transferred, there is no need to worry if the urn is too big.

Child and Infant urns

For child and infant cremation urns the same 1lb = 1 Cu In rule applies.
However, if you are looking for an urn for very young babies (0-4 months) then you will need to add around two cubic inches more.
If a child is to be cremated in a casket you should also allow for at least five cubic inches more for the smallest infants ashes.

If you have any uncertainty your funeral director/crematorium will be able to provide further advice.

What Are Cremation Urns Made From?

Cremation urns can be made from a wide range of materials,. The popular choices include:

Ceramic Urns

Ceramic Urns can offer unique and artful urns with large color and shape variations. These urns can sometimes be custom made to order as well.
Ceramic urns for ashes are fragile though so you will need to ensure a ceramic urn is stored safely out of reach.

Glass and Crystal Urns

Glass and crystal urns exude luxury and elegance. These urns are often very decorative and are often hand blown.
However, like the ceramic urns above these urns are fragile and need to be treated with care.

Wooden Cremation Urns

Wooden cremation urns can be made from a huge range of materials, from bamboo or cherry wood through to oak and walnut.
Wooden urns for ashes, both humans and pets are frequently a square or rectangular box with space for the ashes are often sealed inside by screws in the base. These boxes range from very simplistic and plain to containing elaborate carvings. There are also more shapes of wooden urns becoming available to purchase.

Metal Cremation Urns

Brass, bronze, pewter, aluminum and stainless steel are all popular metals used to provide strong and durable cremation urns.
Often highly polished or coated with a decorative layer of paint, lacquer or enamel to protect and enhance their beauty.
Metal urns can often provide people with peace of mind, especially if they are planning to keep the cremation urn at home as they sare not as fragile as the alternatives and will not break if they are accidently knocked over.

Where Can You Buy Cremation Urns?

Cremation urns for human ashes can be purchased either locally, in person or online.

The funeral directors or the crematorium you are working with will have a small selection of cremation urns for human ashes available for you to purchase. You can also purchase your cremation urns from another funeral home if you want to buy locally.

Buying in person allows you to see the urn up close however this will limit the choice of ash urns available to you and these urns will often have a higher price tag aswell.

Buying a cremation urn for your loved one online is becoming an increasingly popular choice, especially since the start of the pandemic when face-to-face meetings were limited.
Looking for a cremation urn online provides a huge range of cremation urn designs for you to choose from.
There is a huge variety in the urns online not only on urn design but also the price of cremation urns too, from extremely cheap, mass produced urns right through to very expensive one of a kind commissioned pieces. Int he middle you can find some very nice affordable cremation urns, many of which will be the same as what the funeral homes are offering.
The drawback of buying an urn online is that you cannot see the urn in person and accurately asses the quality of the product before buying, so make sure where you purchase from somewhere that has a good returns policy and will allow you to return the urn, just in case you are unsatisfied.

Cremation urns online are available online from specialty websites (just like this one), funeral home websites, Amazon, Etsy and even Walmart.