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About Cremation Urns

Cremation is definitely not a new idea. It is believed that the process of cremation was common as far back as the Stone Age. However, it is only in recent years that it has gained greater acceptance. Crematories can be found in towns of all sizes, not just the big cities. There are numerous ways to memorialize those you love. Before making memorial selections you should explore the many options available. A choice of a memorial urn may be something you and a loved one would want to do together before the time comes that would require you make the selection alone. Crematories have a selection of keepsake urns available but their options are certainly not your only choices. Exploring your options online will give you a greater variety of options to select from. Keepsake urns are made of material that you can actually incorporate into your home's decor. Beautiful wood, marble, metal, brass, and many other choices are available. Pottery has long been a choice for a memorial urn and is still popular today. You have the option to select an urn that actually looks like an urn so that others will know that you have chosen to honor your loved one in that manner. Or, if you prefer to be more discreet about your method of memorializing a loved one, you can select a keepsake urn that in no way resemble an urn. Only you will know the true value of that particular piece of room decor.

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    117 Kinderkamack Rd, River Edge, NJ 07661

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  • Blackley Funeral Home & Cremation Services

    809 Braod Ave, Ridgefield, NJ 07657

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    31 River Ct, Jersey City, NJ 07310

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    305 Broadway, New York, NY 10007

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    170 Broadway, New York, NY 10038

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  • Addicott & Burns Inc

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  • Burns & Harris

    233 Broadway, New York, NY 10279

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  • Cremation At A Low Cost

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Many people are choosing to have their pets cremated. Pet crematories are much more common now than they were a few years ago. You can purchase a memorial urn for the ashes of your pet that is just as beautiful as one you would purchase for a family member. If you want a personalized urn you can find one that has a figurine of a pet similar to your pet on the top of the box. Your choices are not limited to a figurine of a dog or cat. Pet figurines of birds, rabbits, and even ferrets can be found online. Keepsake urns can be designed to feature a picture of your pet on the urn. One of the newest trends related to cremation and your options of memorializing a loved one or pet is cremation jewelry. Prices for such jewelry start in a price range that almost anyone can afford. The prices increase to whatever level the purchaser desires. You can purchase a ring, necklace, or bracelet that has a special section where you can place a portion of a loved one or a pet's ashes. The jewelry is attractive and can be worn in a visible manner. Or, if you prefer to simply keep the ashes near your heart and not on display in any way, you can buy jewelry that will accommodate your desire. Another option is to place some ashes in a lovely pendant and display it in a glass dome in a special place in your home.

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