115-33 Sutphin Boulevard
Jamaica, NY 11434
Phone: 718-659-6260
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Cremation Urns - Paul Lane Funeral Home, Inc.

Cremation Urns

With the growing number of families choosing cremation, manufacturers have responded by developing an extensive number of offerings. Every year, new styles of cremation urns become available.

We provide a number of these cremation urns in popular styles fabricated in wood, marble, ceramic, bronze and other new materials. And our collection of uniquely designed biodegradable urns offers environmentally-conscious families choosing to scatter the ashes of a loved one many affordable alternatives.

Wooden Urns
Our firm offers 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 Urns
Marble Urns are amongst the most durable on the market. In the hands of fine craftsman, marble urns can be shaped into very beautiful and unique designs. Available in both natural and cultured (man made) marble, both offer a permanent and solid form of memorialization.
Bronze Urns
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.
Cloisonne Urns
Cloisonne is the art of applying enamel of all colors to the surface of a copper or bronze object, which is then fired to become a bright and colorful work of art.
Metal Urns
When choosing an urn to preserve the ashes of a loved one, metal urns demand serious consideration. Metal urns are resilient enough to retain their integrity when buried, and yet provide an aesthetically pleasing addition to any room in the home or in a memorial garden.
Other Selections
The growing number of families opting for cremation has given rise to an ever-expanding section of urns in new and exotic types of materials. Many of these urns are best described as works of art.