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Keepsakes, Mini Urns, small urns for ashes

Whether you call them Keepsakes, Mini Urns, small urns for ashes, Keepsakes are in great demand. Why?

Because when somebody you love dies and has been cremated it is important to have something close to you that reminds you of them. Not because you will ever forget, but because you don’t have a cemetery to visit. Buying a Keepsakes, Mini Urns, small urns for ashes to keep a small portion of ashes or a lock of hair, allows you and other family members to keep their loved one close by, no need to visit as always near you. Choosing the right Keepsake, Mini Urn or Small Urn for ashes is as important as buying a bigger Urn.

It should be special,

It should be pleasing to the eye,

It should be unique and timeless design.

Many people make the mistake of choosing a ‘factory-made‘ Brass, Copper, Aluminium keepsake and it finds then its way into a drawer and never see the light of day- not really what you would want for your loved one!

So, take your time, find that special Keepsake, something you will love, and display with pride forever.

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