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Granite Ash Urn, Vase, Memorial Bench

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There is nothing more difficult than losing someone you love. Time can ease the pain, but it never fills the void after the death of a loved one, sibling, spouse, parent, child, or other beloved family member. Choosing the right cremation urn for the ashes of your loved ones can keep their legacy alive even in their absence. Stonecontact.com platform lets you browse through our ash urn, memorial vase, memorial accessories category to find the right way to commemorate your loved ones. Granite, onyx, marble cremation urns are made of natural quarry stones, one by one, hand-turned and polished on a lathe. The Urn is a wonderful memorial to your loved ones.

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What are cremation urns made of usually?

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Cremation or funeral ash urns are made from a variety of materials such as wood, nature stone, ceramic, glass, or steel. Scattering of ashes has become popular over recent decades. As a result, urns designed to scatter the ashes from have been developed. Some are biodegradable, and some recyclable after being used.

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What size are Headstone vases?

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The mausoleum flower vases are usually around 7 inches tall and are placed on the front of each mausoleum crypt.

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Can I put a memorial bench anywhere?

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Yes, most public benches will need to be approved by the local council, parish council or whichever public body is responsible or 'keeper' of the land on which you want to place the bench. Many local authorities have helpful factsheets on how to request or install a bench in your chosen area.

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How much do burial benches cost?

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Upgrades like adding photos or emblems, decorative bronze inlays, etc. will add to the cost of your memorial. Some of our more unique memorial options, such as Monubenches, start at $2,500 and classic benches start around $1,300. If you're looking for a cremation urn for your home, those range from about $105 to $395.

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Are ash urns sealed?

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If you provided your own urn or purchased one from the funeral home ahead of time, the funeral director or crematory operator will put the ashes into the urn for you. Typically the remains will be in the urn inside of the plastic bag, but some urns are designed to hold and seal the remains without the use of a liner.

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What kind of urn is used for burial?

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Burial urns, also called, are cremation urns made from marble. They are designed to withstand the moisture and pressure that comes with burial, and most cemeteries will not require an additional container.

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How long will a marble urn last?

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The urn can be personalized with your loved one's name and dates. Because it is constructed from natural marble, it will last forever. An urn vault will not be needed unless your cemetery requires one.

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Why are urns so expensive?

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The more craftsmanship is involved in working the material, the higher the price will go. A large urn uses more material and takes more work to produce. Larger urns also have higher shipping and transportation costs. Original, unique, and creative designs cost more to develop.

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