Military Medallion Add-On
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Army Medallion
Air Force Medallion
Marines Medallion
Navy Medallion

Description

This listing is for an additional Military Medallion to be added to an urn.

Made in the USA

Each urn or memorial is individually hand crafted by a skilled wood artisan in the United States. Some equipment is utilized in the creation of these urns and memorials to ensure a level of consistency while still maintaining their individual uniqueness. Due to the natural variation of wood, each urn or memorial is completely unique.

Product Details

Product Types

Size

Dimensions

Capacity

Availability

Each urn is custom made for the customer upon ordering and typically takes 1-3 business days to ship; however, it can take as long as 4 business days depending on the workload and the complexity of the urn or memorial. If this is needed for an event, please contact us with the event date so we can be sure your urn or memorial arrives in time for the event.

Personalization

This item can be personalized with up to 4 lines of text. The engraving is laser etched directly into the urn itself. The customer chooses the inscription, text type, and location they would like the engraving to appear on the urn or memorial before checking out. They can also choose DEFALUT for the location and we will place the engraving in the location that we have found looks best for that particular urn or memorial. An example of Block, Script, and Block Italics style texts can be seen below.

Block Engraving

Script Engraving

Block Italics Engraving

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I open my urn?

All of the urns are secured by a wood panel with screws at the bottom of the urn. Once the screws are removed the bottom panel will be able to be removed and the plastic bag containing the ashes can then be loaded into the urn.

What size urn do I need?

All of our Standard sized urns are made to be slightly larger than the industry standard of 200 cu in and all of our Companion sized urns are made to be slightly larger than 400 cu in.

The general estimate is that at a persons healthy weight, 1lb = 1 cu in of remains once cremated.

Because this estimate is based on a persons healthy weight, very few people would actually need a larger urn than the standard sized urn.

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