Do you believe in angels? Do you know you have a guardian angel protecting you in an often chaotic world? If so; you (and thousands of others) are the reason why Urn Garden offers an extensive collection of angel urns. Today I’m going to share three beautiful angel cremation urns, each of which is decorated with golden angel’s wings.
What do Angel’s Wing’s Symbolize?
Angels are seen as heavenly beings who serve as God’s messengers. As such, angels have wings so they can traverse the celestial sphere. Functional, yes; but for many people an angel’s wings are far more; they are symbolic of God’s creativity and compassion, through Angels are seen as heavenly beings who serve as God’s messengers. As such, angels have wings so they can traverse the celestial sphere. Functional, yes; but for many people an angel’s wings are far more; they are symbolic of God’s creativity and compassion, through which we can soar to new heights of understanding and joy–even when grieving the death of a loved one. The golden angel’s wings on these three angel urns act as reminders of the celestial gifts we call “angels”, emissaries of God’s loving protection.
The first angel urn for sale here at Urn Garden is the Heart of an Angel Adult Urn for Ashes. Just 10 inches tall and 6 inches wide, this full-size angel urn is made of solid brass with a beautiful pearly-white finish. It is decorated with hand-carved golden angel wings which together form a heart.
This second angel urn, the Heart of an Angel Small Urn, is a smaller version of the first angel cremation urn showcased in this post.
Make of solid brass, it measures just 3 inches in height and holds approximately 3 cubic inches of ash; making it a perfect choice for a keepsake urn. (A complimentary storage case is included.)
I get so many compliments about the next angel urn. It’s our Angel Wings Heart Small Urn.
Like the previous angel cremation urn, it’s just 3 inches high, making it suitable as a sharing, or keepsake, urn. It’s also made of solid brass with a beautiful pearlescent white finish, decorated with hand-carved golden angel wings which form a heart. (The display stand is included, as is a complimentary storage box.)
Was Your Mother an Angel?
So many folks I speak with describe their mother (or grandmother!) as “an angel”. There’s a lovely poem celebrating the angelic nature of a loving mother which you’ll find quoted in dozens of online obituaries and resource websites. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to find the name of the person who wrote it.
Yet, because it is so often quoted it’s obvious the words strike a chord in the hearts of many, many people. I’d like to thank the author on behalf of us all. Whoever he or she may be; no matter when these words were put to paper–the author of “I Never Saw Your Wings”, written for a beloved mother, has given us quite a gift. (Source: Poems a Plenty)
How is it that I never saw your wings
when you were here with me?
When you closed your eyes and soared
to the Heavens I could hear the
faint flutter of you wings as you left.
Your body no longer on this side
your spirit here eternally I see your halo shine.
I close my eyes and see the multicolored wings
surround me in my saddest moments and my happiest times.
Mother my angel God has given you your assignment
always my mother forever my angel.
You fly into my dreams and when I am asleep
I feel your wings brush against my face wiping away
the tears I shed since I can no longer hold you in my arms but in my heart.
You earned those wings dear mother
and you will always be me angel eternal.
Such beautiful words and images! The poem reminds me Mother’s Day is just around the corner, making May a perfect time to honor your mother’s memory with an angel urn. If you agree, I suggest you review our complete collection of Angel Cremation Urns. If you have questions about any of our angel urns for sale, please call me at 1-888-876-1467. I’m available 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) Monday through Friday.