A rare artefact for our best friends. Another way to remember our lovely friends we’ve been with all their lives
Handcrafted Urn made out of custom walnut wood, Mother of Pearl (This is the name commonly used to refer to the nacre that coats a pearl. It’s a mixture of minerals secreted by oysters that actually forms the gem) inlay on the oval wood turned urn.
Available in three colors (Black-Brown-Dark Brown)
Mother of pearl is the shell of molluscs such as mussels and oysters as well as of pseudopods (such as snails), though if we were to refer to it only as “shell” we would be slighting this extraordinary creation of God. When the young of these creatures come into the world they start their struggle to live. Up to a point, they need shelter, a house, in order to preserve their tiny existence, the reason being that they have many enemies. They undertake this business with a secret God-given force, and create the walls of their housing by means of layer upon layer of inexhaustible secretions, ensuring the harmonious continued growth of its house together with itself
Polished with organic shellac (Shellac is a resin secreted by the female lac bug on trees in the forests of India and Thailand.)
Red velvet is upholstered to enhance its elegance with customizable name area
50 Cubic inches (0.80 lt/819 cm³)
Adult males of domestic cats (Felis Domesticus), which have been an integral part of our families in recent years, average weigh between 3.5 and 7 kg. and female ones weigh between 2.5 and 4.5 kilograms. Their width is 30-35 cm on average and their length is 70-80 cm.
The general rule in determining the appropriate size for an urn is for every pound of your pet’s total weight you will need one cubic inch of space plus 10 cubic inches for good measure. For example: If your pet weighs 100 lbs. you will need an urn that is 110 cubic inches or larger.