Cloisonne Urns Are The Perfect Keepsakes For Those Special Memorial Occasions


There is something very elegant and special about Cloisonne Urns as a keepsake for any individual or any family. Perhaps it is the rich chinese history that goes along with anything that is handcrafted in a cloisonne style. It is an extension of the rich heritage and history that goes along with such a memorial piece or vase. Many individuals use cloisonne pet grave markers because of the rich beauty that it provides over the site of a loved animal.

This is truly a lasting memorial and tribute to any death that has taken place in which you which to have a true sign of love and peace. This is perhaps one of the finest methods to build a lasting site or memorial to a loved one.

The lasting impact of cloisonne urns will provide you with the comfort and peace of a real memorial. Each urn is custom made and hand crafted into a piece of art. There are several steps that your urn will go through before it becomes this wonderful tribute. The usual method of designing a cloisonne urn involves soldering brass wires to the surface of a copper urn. This forms the basis for your design, illustration or pattern of the urn.

From this point colored enamel pieces are filled in to complete the art work. Of course the enamel is very colorful and certainly adds to the beauty of the overall design. These urns are fired and dried and then polished to bring out the color and design. If need be the urn is "pasted" to fill in any gaps to make it perfect. It is a process that makes your urn a truly unique and wonderful piece of art and certainly a keepsake that will survive the ages.

If you are looking for something that is very special and unusual you will want to consider cloisonne urns for the ashes of a cremation or as pet grave markers. This is the ideal vase and container for that particular situation. You can find these urns from many web sites and can be special ordered or purchased from stock.

Most web sites will provide you with all the details and the ordering details. You will be able to view the many selections that these sites offer and the possibilities for custom ordering a specific urn. You will be satisfied with the elegance and the beauty of your cloisonne urn.

 

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