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Star Legacy Funeral Network, Inc. Star Legacy's Butterfly Cloisonne Cremation Urn - KEEPSAKE
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Star Legacy Funeral Network, Inc. Star Legacy's Butterfly Cloisonne Cremation Urn - KEEPSAKE

Item# SPM5792258301 | Model# TB-SLC160K | Added on May 16, 2012 | Source: Star Legacy Funeral Network Inc
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Star Legacy's Butterfly Cloisonne Keepsake cremation urn is beautifully and delicately handcrafted in copper. The Butterfly artwork is inlaid by hand and finished with a baked enamel paint. The Keepsake is then gilded in gold to enhance the beautiful Butterfly design. The Butterfly Keepsake is magnificent and its contoured shape unique.This traditional tribute is designed for those with a love of the detail of the cloisonne art form. Unique, bold and beautiful. Ships with a velvet bag. NOTE: Keepsakes hold a token amount of ashes and WILL NOT be large enough for an entire body. A Large/Adult, Child/Infant and Heart sizes are also available (sold separately).

  • Handcrafted with copper inlay and gold gilding for traditional detailing
  • High-gloss finish adds elegant detail
  • Screw-top lid for easy handling
  • Size: KEEPSAKE cremation urn
  • Holds up to 3 cubic inches (one pound prior to cremation equals 1 cubic inch.)
  • Dimensions: 6.1""H x 3.7" diameter
  • NOTE: keepsakes hold a token amount of ashes and WILL NOT be large enough for an entire body
  • Ships velvet bag
  • Matching Large/Adult, Child/Infant and Heart sizes are also available (sold separately)
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