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114 Main Street E.,
McKersie - Kocher Funeral Home
114 Main Street E.
Milton, ON CA
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We offer a wide selection of urns to meet the personalized needs of all families.
We offer a large selection of wooden urns, suitable for any type of service arrangements. Pine, Mahogany, Oak and Cherry are some of our more popular selections. Costs are often reflective of the design, workmanship and the rarity and quality of the materials used.
Marble or Granite Urns
Marble or Granite Urns are amongst the most durable on the market. In the hands of fine craftsman, marble or granite urns can be shaped into very beautiful and unique designs. Available in both natural and cultured (man made) marble and granite both offer a permanent and solid form of memorialization.
Ceramic or Porcelain urns are becoming more and more popular because of their relatively low cost. The smooth finish that can be produced on this material can allow very beautiful and stunning works of art. Although somewhat fragile by nature, these urns can provide a practical and affordable option for families.
Available in sheet bronze, spun bronze and cast bronze, few urns on the market can match the quality of this medium. The use of bronze is recognized as the standard of permanence and reverence in the funeral industry. New models are appearing using the lost wax process and forged pieces. These can be of museum quality in their design and in their finish. The bronze urn is fast becoming known as the ultimate tribute.
Keepsake urns are used to place a small portion of the cremated remains in. They can be made of all different types of material such as wood, granite, marble, ceramic, bronze and some are crafted as jewelery.