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Cremation Urns

Cremations urns are used after a deceased party has been cremated. Cremation is the process of burning a corpse to reduce it. The result of cremation is not ash, as is commonly thought, but tiny bone fragments that are crushed further. Once the corpse has been through the cremation furnace, it needs to be placed in something. Typically, the remains, or the so-called ashes, are put in urns. Cremation urns are all over the map when it comes to materials, sizes, designs, prices, and styles. Some people seek out very simple urns. Other people choose more elaborate designs. There will be wide selection of cremation urns at any funeral home, crematorium, or even through online stores. The Internet has made it easier than ever to find the right sort of urns for the deceased party. Before you even go to the funeral home, you can do all the research on cremation urns that you need. Also, you can select your own urn and specify which style you would like as part of your final wishes.

Cremation urns are used in three different ways and the variety of styles available reflect that. Some urns are to be buried. Other urns are to be stored in the home or the church. Still other urns are used to transport the remains to the final resting place.

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Crematory Urns
Crematory urns are vases or other containers that are used to store the cremated remains.

Decorative Urns
Choose the decorative urn that best matches where you plan to establish your memorial.