The Boann Celtic Cremation Urn-Cobalt-Kelp
The Boann Celtic Cremation Urn is named after the River Boyne.
This Celtic Cremation Urn inspiration is from Irish mythology. The River Boyne was created by the goddess Boann, from where the river got its name. This is where Fionn Macumhaill (McCool) caught the Salmon of Knowledge. The surrounding area has a rich history of mythological and historical heritage. The River Boyne is home to many special places from Irish History including the passage tombs of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth, the Hill of Tara an ancient seat of the High King of Ireland, Trim Castle, the Hill of Slane. On the lid of the Boann Celtic Cremation Urn is a single spiral inspired by stone carvings at Newgrange. In Irish mythology, the Spiral represents the sun, with a clockwise spiral indicating the shrinking Winter sun. Cremation was practiced in Ireland 5,000 years ago and across many ancient civilizations
Celtic Cremation Urn Colors Cliffwalk, Kelp, and Cobalt. Seashore, Seasalt Blue,Seaweed Green. Fern, Wild Sage, Summer Grass. Sea holly, Gold Sands, Seakale.
The Boann Cremation Urn is delivered in a beautiful Urn Presentation Box. The box is lined with traditional Irish hessian (see image). Your Urn will arrive in an outer double corrugated box and surrounded on all sides by biodegradable foam padding to ensure safe arrival.