Remembering your beloved dog or cat
You have a unique opportunity in helping create your pet’s final resting place. The personalized urn (or vase) will be amazingly lifelike because I use photos you’ve chosen along with whatever other memorabilia you would like included along with the name.
I hope to help with your healing and create an artistic urn that will keep the four-legged family member’s presence in your home.
Metal screw top. Prices vary according to size, starting at $395 for 6” urn (shipping to USA included).
The pink and white ribbon that adorned the neck of this adorable pooch gives an added special touch to the pictures that appear among vibrant mosaic shards and glass gems in a colorful assemblage finished with dark charcoal grout.
Photos of adorable brown cat blend into an image of jungle animals and foliage. We chose to put her images into an earthy environment, almost camouflaged in the pique assiette mosaic done with green grout.
Black & white plates replicating her coat, dotted with red gems. 5″ vase with glass interior is reminder of the happiness the Tibetan Terrier added to the home. Her name (Z.C.) appears in tiny alphabet beads, dramatized by dark grout.
This custom urn was for Lady Rose, a New Orleans cat who had a good life in a jazzy place, which is what we recreated for her to reclaim a spot in the living room. Photos, the name in gold baby beads and electric colors pulled together with red grout say it all.
The cat’s name, a silver disc that says “love” and photos of Max made for a personalized urn that is the next best thing to having Max purring and cuddling, which caused the owner to say, “I feel Max is looking out at me.”
Cinnamon had been closeted away until this urn brought her back into the family room, where he’d once romped. Shaking the urn causes his tag to make the familiar noise, giving it an even more lifelike quality, all highlighted by charcoal grout.
We were heartbroken when we had to put our dog, Cinnamon, to
sleep and couldn’t decide what to do with her ashes. Then we discovered Personalized Urns online.
With Sybil’s guidance, we ended up with the perfect memorial.
Richard P, Chicago therapist