We now offer a selection of beautiful wood funeral urns deisgned to fit into a columbarium niche. These niches are known by a variety of terms – mausoleum niche, columbarium vault, funeral home niche, etc. Generally these are compartments meant to hold cremated remains in a wall at a funeral home, cemetery, columbarium, or mausoleum. The size of the niche might vary a little depending on how much you are willing to pay, but generally they stay fairly small.
For instance, at Arlington National Cemetery, they require that the funeral urns going into the niche must measure less than nine inches high, wide, and deep. This is typical of the spacial limitations for columbarium niches – the niche you purchase may be a little larger, or a fraction smaller, but it should be pretty close. You may find difficulty getting an urn online that will fit into the required dimensions. Of course, the funeral home will probably have urns that fit, but you may not like the design or the price point.
That is why we have created this selection of wood funeral urns designed to fit into a standard niche space. Let’s take a look.
Wood Funeral Urns Designed to Fit into a Columbarium Niche
These wooden niche urns come in two sizes, three wood types, and with two personalization options. Watch the video above for a brief product demonstration, and read on for more information and some additional photos.
Urn sizes are standard adult and companion adult
Standard adult urn holds 218 cubic inches and measures 8.5″ x 8.5″ x 4.5″
This means that two standard adult urns will measure a combined 8.5″ cubed
Companion adult urn holds 440 cubic inches, plenty of room for two adults
The companion urn measures 8.5″ cubed
Rich, red-hued Mahogany wood
Subtly understated Natural Cherry wood
Honey-toned Oak wood with gorgeous woodgrain highlights
Each urn is crafted in Oregon with thick slabs of real wood
Optional laser engraving of text: name, dates, etc
Laser engraving is carved into the surface of the wood urn
We also offer military service emblems: Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps
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Also called “divers”, the loon can dive up to 200 feet below the water’s surface in pursuit of fish
The loon’s eye color will change with the seasons, gray in colder months and a bright crimson in warmer weather
If you are an outdoors enthusiast in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, or other midwest lake regions, you may be interested in a loon memorial urn. Let’s take a look at this beautiful new rustic wood funeral urn.
Loon Bird Wood Urn
Made in the USA from solid wood, this urn is available in your choice of Oak, Maple, Mahogany, or Walnut.
Shown in the video above and the photos below in Walnut wood. The craftsmanship and detailed art etchings are clearly evident, beautifully completed in a way that doesn’t detract from the exquisite appearance of the loon bird as the centerpiece.
We can also laser engrave name and dates into the wood on the top or back of the urn to personalize. The urn opens from the bottom with a removeable panel that attaches with screws. These urns are made using genuine and hearty solid wood. The vivid and lifelike 3-dimensional realism is accomplished with a multilayer inlay and detailed laser engraving of the bird.
A truly lovely memorial tribute to your loved one. Lastly, the urn has a standard adult capacity, holding a little over 200 cubic inches of cremated remains or “ashes.” We can also make it in companion size with a capacity of 400 cubic inches upon request. The Loon Bird Wood Urn is available from Urns Northwest, made to order for you within 3 business days.
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