Product Profile: Aria Handblown Glass Cremation Urn
A primary reason that families choose our hand blown glass cremation urns is the sense of “celebrating” a life with their gorgeous colors and graceful shapes. These glass cremation urns are not somber or generic. The Aria Hand Blown Glass Cremation Urn is an outstanding example of glassblowing artistry and its vibrant amethyst and raspberry colors appeal to our customers honoring their mothers, wives, sisters, and daughters.
Each Aria Hand Blown Glass Urn is unique—the pattern and colors come out a bit different each time as the glass color pigments melt together in the intense heat of the kiln and as the artist blows the urn into shape.
All of our glass cremation urns can be personalized with a high quality brass urn pendant in gold or silver. The pendant is hung with a satin ribbon and can be engraved with words, names, dates, or whatever message you prefer.
Our customers’ primary worry about glass cremation urns? The fragility of the glass.
Actually, the glass is heavier than you might expect—much, much sturdier than a wineglass, for example. The bases are very steady, and the lids are sealable to keep ashes secure. We’ve never had one of these glass urns returned due to damage in shipping—they really are more sturdy than you might think.
How have Aria Handblown Glass Cremation Urns been used?
We know of a husband who displays the handblown glass urn holding his wife’s ashes on the grand piano in his living room—a lovely spot that reminded him of her playing the piano. Several families have put these beautiful glass cremation urns on display during the loved one’s memorial service and received many comments on how lovely it was. The urn can then be taken home and placed on a mantel, table, or other meaningful place.
Just a few more of the popular and beautiful handblown glass cremation urns we offer are the Sonata Hand Blown Glass Cremation Urn, the Etude Hand Blown Glass Cremation Urn, and the Harmony Hand Blown Glass Cremation Urn.