Cremation urn for ashes. This one of a kind urn is stunning to say the least, and will be a perfect tribute to your loved one. The crystals in the glaze form in the kiln in a natural process that occurs at 2000 degrees. The kiln is held at that temperature for several hours in order for the crystals to grow. Since it is a natural process, the size and location of the crystals varies, making this a stunning piece of art. #urnforashes, #cremationurn, #burialurn, #ceramicurnsforashes
Figural urns found in chambers inside deep shaft tombs are abundant in northwestern Colombia. This is at the Walters Art Museum in the special exhibition "Exploring Art of the Ancient Americas: The John Bourne Collection Gift."
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Phoenician grave stele from Tophet in Carthage (modern Tunisia). Such grave markers were set up over burial urns for small children and animals which had been sacrificed to the goddess Tanit and her consort Baal Hammon. Canaanite symbolism: sun,crescent moon and triangle; the goddess below. British Museum, London.