The funeral urn symbolises the link between the Hereafter and the deceased person.
It helps contemplation and the grieving process as well as contributing to the ritual of bereavement and memory.
According to the law, it must be fitted with a nameplate which identifies the deceased and the crematorium. After cremation, the urn is entrusted to the person responsible for the funeral service either to be buried or placed in a columbarium or sealed on a burial monument inside a cemetery or other burial site. But it is also possible to scatter the ashes in a specifically chosen place : the family can keep the urn at home as a memorial object.
I present here some terra cotta models, the nameplate is fitted under the urn or on a pedestal. The ashes are contained in a sealed funeral bag.
I can also create other models on commission.