|Measurement||⌀ 17 x 23 cm|
|Material||Ash wood and vintage leather|
- The combination of ash wood and leather gives the urn a natural, warm appearance, making it look sophisticated and tough at the same time.
- The workmanship is of high quality and there is attention to detail.
- The urns are made with vintage leather and have a robust and weathered look. The sanded skin is finished with a matte wax finish.
Experiences of others
After he died, my father was cremated and according to his wishes, the ashes were scattered at sea. At home, I have a lovely box with precious items on the cabinet. Until I came across Memories to Keep on Facebook, and their beautiful wooden mini urns. But what could I put in it, since there were no ashes anymore? Looking through the precious items, I found a lock of hair that had been cut off when he was very young and a tiny locket with a photo of my father at the age when the lock of hair had been cut off. And I knew right away! These were both going to go in the beautiful wooden urn. I ordered it from Memories to Keep and when it was delivered to my home, it was very emotional. Finally, I could keep something of my father close to me. I put just the lock of hair and the locket in the urn and it now stands on the cabinet in the living room. Sometimes I hold it in my hand and think back on the lovely times I had with my father. Harm, Memories to Keep, thank you for this beautiful urn in which the memories can be preserved forever.
Ilona van Vught
I always found the idea of urns so uncomfortable, a bit creepy and on display. That was the reason for me to never want one in the house. I am happy to have found this beautiful little wooden urn. I can hold it for a while, it looks beautiful and no one can tell immediately that it is an urn. This way I can always keep my dear aunt close by. Thank you, Harm, worth a lot to me.
Brenda van den Akker
As soon as I saw the wooden urns, I was sold. Such beautiful mini urns. Perfect for us. We ordered three urns which were delivered fast in beautiful boxes to our home. Time and care were also spent on the packaging. I filled the urns with my husband's ashes, helped by the funeral assistant. The mini urns are now in my house; one in our son's room and the other two downstairs, next to the photo and the mourning card. Now my children (12 and 10 years) and I have a lovely mini urn and some ashes left over, perhaps to have turned into a piece of jewellery at a later time, for example.