Is this urn going to be back in stock soon? My father was a member of the Chippewa tribe in Michigan and I would love to get this for him.
I have one left. Just put it back in stock.
Are you going to get the original one I seen a couple weeks ago with the feather on top? I think the one I want looks way better and am even willing to pay $185 though it said $165 . Please let know if will get in being I had wrote and was told a week or two but this one is different. I want the other what happened to that pic and why do these products have the same model number being not the same?
Please call me 1-888-876-1467. I can give you more information.
Hi I wrote a couple weeks ago almost and asked about this Ernest but it was a little different it had a feather on top and cost 165 . This one is similar but not exact same. Will you get in any more of older style? Please let know asap so I can make up my mind. Thanks so much
We only received a few of these and none have the feather on the lid.
Ceramic cremation urn created by American artists and inspired by American Indian pottery.American artists use feathers to symbolize the flight of the spirit. Many ancient cultures from Celtic Druids, Egyptians, and early Christians used feathers to communicate virtues such as charity, hope, faith, and flight.The feathers are hand carved and baked into the clay, the urn has a creamy crackle finish, also known as horse hair. The urn is fired using the ancient Raku firing process.
This is a good choice for families that want to either keep the ashes in the home and spread or do a burial of the ashes at a later date.