Many people mistake cloisonne for glass, but it's actually metal, created in several layers of copper, brass, and layers of enamel that are then fired in a kiln.
Some of the top reasons people buy decorative cloisonne cremation urns:
- Offer secure storage for the ashes
- Suitable for burial
- Affordable work of art that can be displayed in the home
Often families that plan to store the ashes of their loved one in the home will choose this style as it displays well as a work of art and blends into the decor. Cloisonne urns are also incredibly durable. As a result, they're a popular choice for those looking to to store the urn in a cemetery niche or burial. Check with your funeral director to see if a vault is needed if burial is the choice for interment.
Cloisonne is imported from China and is an affordable way to create a personal memorial. Many of our styles can be personalized with engraving, please allow 24-48 for processing on custom engraved urn orders. Interested in learning more about the multi-stage creation process of cloisonne? Visit our Learning Center.