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Photo Cube Urn-Navy
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Photo Cube Urn-Navy
Price: $54.00
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This sleek and simplistic cube designed urn is the ideal resting place for your fallen companion. 

  • This Pet Urn can be personalized with your pet's name and heartfelt saying.
  • For further personalization you can choose from a variety of clip art like a paw print, bone or animal silhouette.
  • Elegant cremation photo urn for pets with a metallic luster.
  • Frames built into 3 sides of the cremation urn to hold cherished photo memories.
  • Plastic sheets protect the pictures.
  • Photos should be sized to 3.6"H x 3.2"W

Note: The dog and cat angel watermark is shown only on the photo of the product it will not be on the product.

These beautiful Memorial Urns will honor the memory of your beloved pet and are available in 3 finishes: Navy, Silver and Purple.

  • This Product is for the Navy Finish

Petite: Up to a 25 lb pet: Measures 4.2" x 4.2" x 3.9"
Extra small: Up to a 45 lb pet: Measures 4.8" x 4.8" x 5.5" 
Small: Up to a 85 lb pet: Measures 5.7" x 5.7"  x 6.4"

  • Sliding panel at bottom for secure closure and easy handling of pet's ashes
  • Ideal for home, columbarium, burial or scattering
  • This cube design is created to reach the highest quality standards available in today's pet memorial marketplace.

Photo Cube Urn engraving set up which includes the first line of engraving. Additional lines of engraving .25 per character

Petite Urn: 20 characters per line. Up to 2 lines
Extra Small Urn: 30 characters per line. Up to 3 lines
Small Urn: 40 Characters per line. Up to 4 lines
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If you require additional engraving or would like to request custom artwork please contact us at 1-614-425-7297 and we will be happy to assist you. 

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