I look at the things that rotate around us that we perceive every day and which we encounter. A view eliciting natural emotions. The project I created is not a special subject, it only looks at the world with somewhat different eyes. An urn, not a shabby box, reminiscent of a dustbin, without thought and inner magic, but a work expressing feelings that connect us all together, which we can rejoice from and never forget.

All urns pass through careful manual production. From the sketched designs to the molding itself done in clay. The result is a patinated shell cast from an acrylic compound. This is enriched with glass fabric, which gives the whole product an extraordinary strength and lightness (the weight of the urn itself is about 2.5 kg). Thanks to these qualities, the material is mainly suitable for the interior. Another option is an urn made, for example, in bronze. Weather-resistant and time-resistant materials provide this “exterior version” with high durability and extremely long-lasting value. Each urn is equipped with a 5 cm diameter opening which is designed for the pouring in of ashes and which is closed by a hand made rubber plug. On account of the increased safety, the closure is supplemented with a sealing edge preventing the plug from falling out. There is a copper label with an engraved name and date on this plug…

In spite of all the functional and technical measures, the urns are individual works of art that preserve their artistic and aesthetic value. This is also underlined by the original signature placed on the edge of each piece produced. The urn and the plug are two separate parts, which become a unique whole once the ashes are poured in. The length of their delivery time usually ranges from 2-3 weeks. And since we provide complete services, we are able to take care of the pouring in itself (unless, of course, you decide to contact a funeral service in this case). If you did not choose from this offer, it is possible to make urns according to your ideas and wishes in different sizes and materials (bronze, ceramics, porcelain, wood and resin).