Would like to know do you have this item product code 23 - CORF Feathers ceramic cremation urn If I order it today how soon can I get it, I need to know before I placed this order the services is Friday the 14th of this month March so I would need it a couple days before
This item is in stock and ships from Missouri. Depending on what state you are in, you should have in 2-4 business days with the free shipping service.
I have been on the waiting list since my order back in November when the one I received was broken. I see you have got some in but I have never been notified. Please...my husband's burial is coming up soon. I have been waiting 3 months. I love this piece, and he would too, and would love two. One for me....someday! Should I be looking elsewhere?
Sorry, we are still waiting too.
It's been weeks? When might you have this? I need two for upcoming funerals. I really love it so want to wait if I can.
Sorry about that, we got a few in, but they sold out immediately. Hope to have some after the holidays. Would you like to be added to waiting list?
I got one and will need another one soon. Please notify me when available.
We have smaller verisions of this style in stock. I will put you on waiting list for adult size.
Hi I'm waiting on this urn and want to be the first buyer being I should have when you had those other 3 not realizing how fast they would go. Please let me know if and when more are coming in. Also I think y'all should make more Native American themed urns being hard to come by a good one that's affordable
I have you on a waiting list. Will contact you when they are available.
Ceramic cremation urn created by American artists and inspired by American Indian pottery and burial jars. Feathers 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 and is fired using the ancient Raku firing process and is a beautiful work of art.
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.