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Here is a cremation urn that I built for my sister. It will hold the ashes of our father who passed earlier this week.
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Absolutely beautiful urn. I'd like to do something similar for my Mom who just passed in March, actually like to make the whole family one each and we can all have her with us! Nice!
Beautiful work. There is something about G & G that has a "secure" feeling in the design. Very appropriate for this occasion. Take care.
That is a very beautiful Greene & Greene style urn. I love how you did the bridle joint lid. All together it is a very beautiful, distinguished resting place. Sorry to hear of your loss.
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