Memorial Urns

Urn # 3696 Cuban Mahogany:

 threaded lid Tasmaian Blackwood

fossile Mammoth Ivory 

8 1/2 H X 6 1/2 D

 

 

Urn # 3696 Cuban Mahogany

Lid removed

Urn # 3698 Lacewood, Holly, veneer inlay, 

Lid: Coco Bolo Rosewood with scrimshaw on

fossil Mammoth ivory by Sandra Brady

10 H X 8 1/4 D

 

Urn # 3698 Lacewood, Holly, veneer inlay, 

Lid  Removed

Memorial insert - corean

 

 

Snow Leopard Scrimshaw by Sandra Brady

 

Lacewood Veneer Band

Burial Urn #114

Lacewood w/ Veneer band

threaded insert - Holly

Lid- Gabon Ebony and fossil Mammoth Ivory *

5 1/4D x 9 1/2H

Memorial insert - fossil Mammoth Ivory

Approximate  Volume 88 C.I.

Burial Urn #115

Lacewood w/ Veneer band

threaded insert - Gabon Ebony

Lid- Macasur Ebbony and fossil Mammoth Ivory *

5 1/4D x 9 1/2H

Memorial insert - fossil Mammoth Ivory

Approximate  Volume 88 C.I.

 

 

Keepsake Urn #12

Lacewood

Lid-Koa and Maple

2 5/8 D x 5 3/4 H

Approximate  Volume 13 C.I.

Burial Urn #112

Norfolk Island Pine and Turquoise

threaded insert - African olive

Lid- Koa and fossil Mammoth ivory *

7  D x  10 3/4 H

Memorial insert - fossil Mammoth ivory

Approximate  Volume 195 C.I.

 

 

Burial Urn #111

Coconut Palm w/ Turquoise and Veneer band

threaded insert -

Lid- Thua and fossil Mammoth Ivory *

71/4 D x 10 1/4 H

Memorial insert - fossil Mammoth Ivory

Approximate  Volume 190 C.I.

 

Burial Urn #113

Claro Walnut Burl and Turquoise

threaded insert - African Olive

Lid- Coco bolo rosewood and palm nut

9 3/4 D x 10 H

Memorial insert - fossil Mammoth Ivory

Approximate  Volume 315 C.I.

 

Keepsake Urn #11

American Holly

Lid- Claro Walnut burl

2 7/8 D x 6 H

Approximate  Volume 17 C.I.

Keepsake Urn #10

American Holly

Lid- Maple

2 3/4 D x 5 1/4 H

Approximate  Volume 11 C.I.

Keepsake Urn #13

Spalted American Holly

Lid- Maple

2 3/4 D x 5 3/8 H

Approximate  Volume 11 C.I.
   

All large memorial urns have a cabochon turned to fit in a recess in the bottom of the foot which can be laser engraved with an appropriate memorial.

*   "All fossil Mammoth ivory used came from a tusk section that was excavated from a gold mine in Alaska. 

It has been estimated to be between 15-25 thousand years old. No present day ivory was used."

Creative Woodturning

by

Jack Rogers
 

(256) 881-6703

Cell (256)656-2762
jcrogers@knology.net

 

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Updated 2/11/08
By: Jack Rogers