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Maple Wood Cremation Urns Made in the USA

Maple Urns Made in the USA

Maple wood is uniquely light with elegant, wavy grain patterns of just slightly darker mocha tones. This light wood makes it an ideal ideal for laser engraving, as the laser etches and burns the wood to create a nicely contrasting sepia brown.

Maple is our preferred wood for engraved photo cremation urns, and works perfectly as an accent in our many 3-dimensional inlay art memorial urns. We offer a complete line of maple wood cremation urns made in the USA, using premium solid maple combined with superior craftsmanship to deliver an heirloom-quality product in honor of your loved one.

Let’s look at a few of these maple wood cremation urns. Continue reading Maple Wood Cremation Urns Made in the USA

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Video: Wooden Dragonfly Cremation Urn

Dragonfly urn with video

The silky streams of woodgrain running through the cherry wood evoke a sense of natural movement and organic beauty. That’s one of the reasons why the aesthetic of solid wood is a popular choice for an heirloom memorial urn – crafted with care and precision from real wood, wood cremation urns convey the idea of life in a poignant, understated way. Continue reading Video: Wooden Dragonfly Cremation Urn

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Maple Wood Clock Urn with Hummingbird Inlay

Clock Urn with Hummingbird Inlay

Our clock cremation urns are made using solid wood, combining premium craftsmanship, detailed engravings and inlay wood art, and an heirloom clock. Below, we’ve documented our gorgeous Maple Wood Clock Urn with Hummingbird Inlay, photographing it from every angle to show you the beauty of the maple wood grain, the elegance of the hummingbird artwork, and the lustre of the perfectly crafted angles and corners. Continue reading Maple Wood Clock Urn with Hummingbird Inlay

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Cremation Urn Wood Types – Maple

Maple has been a standard wood used for making furniture in America for generations, even since the colonial days. Most of our maple urns are made with white maple, which is generally straight-grained with the occasional (and highly decorative) burl or “birds-eye” grain texture. Maple is a heavy wood, noted for its strength, durability, and resistance to abrasion. A stunning wood choice for our series of Dimensional Art Cremation Urns.

Browse all of our Maple wood urns here.

The white maple also provides the perfect contrast for engraving a photograph onto the wood, most notably seen in our best-selling Photo Engraved Cremation Urn.