Bronze Urns: Bronze is a material that is commonly used for both indoor and outdoor memorial purposes alike. A material that is often used for plaques and statuary, bronze is the strongest of metals used to create our cremation urns. If you are searching for a cremation urn that is durable, easy to fill with ashes or keepsakes, and appropriate for home or office display, a bronze urn is a great option to consider. Available are: companion, individual, keepsake urn sizes, and bronze pet cremation urns.
When most people think of urns the first thing that comes to mind is a vessel, or vase-shaped urn. In fact, vessel urns date back to the early Roman Era and came in many different materials. And, while bronze was not a suitable material at the time, it has become an extremely popular urn material today.
Being made of one of the strongest and most durable metal on the market, our urns are able to withstand the test of time. They do not weather as rapidly as their wood or glass counterparts and require little to no maintenance. Each of our vessel urns are top-loading, making it easy to fill with ashes and other keepsakes, and come standard with a lid for securing.
While many of our bronze vessel urns come standard with hand-carved embellishments, you may further personalize your memorial by adding a medallion or honorary name plate.
If you are searching for a more contemporary urn with sleek, clean lines, our cubed bronze urns will be of special interest. Available in wrought and cast bronze, our cube urns may be ordered to stand straight up or to lie horizontally. Cube urns are becoming more popular simply because they have more surface space to embellish. You will notice that our offerings include both religious and non-religious adornments that may be further customized by pairing with a medallion or honorary name plate.
As with our vessel urns, our cube urns are top loading, making them easy to fill with ashes and other keepsakes. Our cube urns also come standard with lids for securing.
Burial of Bronze
Bronze is a durable metal alloy that is certainly suitable for burying. However, if you do intend to bury your bronze urn, we recommend that you utilize an urn vault to further safeguard it from years of moisture and other sub-surface elements.
Caring for Bronze Urns
Bronze urns are low maintenance and may require a periodic dusting. It is recommended that you use a soft micro-fiber dust cloth that will trap and remove dust particles from its surface. By using this eco-friendly method, as opposed to a method involving household cleaners, you avoid the possibility of any damage that may be caused to the beautiful brass surface.
Each of the bronze cremation urns offered through our website offer color photos and detailed descriptions and dimensions. However, if you have a question that we have not addressed, please contact one of our customer service representatives at 1-888-633-6047 today.