What Cremation Products are Available for Purchase?

By: Graeme Hogle
Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Cremation has become a common funeral rite in recent years. It is different from traditional burials and requires different things. At the Cremation Care Centre, we provide a wide range of products for this process. Here's a look at the options available for purchase:

1. Jewellery

Most families want to get a meaningful memorial to honour their loved ones. A jewellery piece is one of the most popular memorial items available today. Our store has an extensive collection of jewellery products like small urn pendants, cross pendants, heart-shaped pieces, etc. Some of these pendants have little pockets for storing a loved one's ashes. These pieces are available in sterling silver or stainless steel and are available in a wide range of designs.

2. Keepsake Urns

Keepsake urns are beautifully designed items, usually for people who want to store a deceased individual's ashes in their home. We have metal, artisan, and stone urns of various designs available in our store. You can choose an option that suits your home's overall design or buy sometime appealing. All keepsake urns are designed for long-term use and have a timeless design.

3. Tea Lights

Many families like to light a lamp or candle for their deceased loved one during the mourning period. We have beautifully designed tea lights available in different kinds of designs. These lights sit on top of traditional urns, which makes lighting them even more symbolic.

4. Cremation Urns

If you don't want to display urns or want to bury the ashes, consider our traditional urns. We have wood, eco-friendly, metal, stone, and artisan designs, so there's something for everyone. The urns are available in different sizes and shapes that feature timeless design.

If you want more advice or need information on cremation, get in touch with us at Cremation Care Centre. You can call us at 416-255-0035 or register online.

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