Cube small

299,00
The small Cube urn is made of oak, ebony and maple veneer with a beautiful grain. This gives every urn its own exclusive and personal signature. Four dark, thin lines add a subtle, serene touch.

Product specifications


Measurement ⌀ 14 x 9 x 14 cm
Volume 1000 ml
Material Oak, ebony and maple veneer

Characteristics


  • Warm, robust and personal memory
  • Fits into any interior thanks to its serene design
  • Character with a subtle touch

Experiences of others

Laura
An urn for my father's ashes: I had been looking for one for a while but couldn't find anything suitable. They were all too ‘urny’. Too emotionally charged. I wanted something that was right for my father, for the person he was. My father had a love of wood, was also always working with it. So it had to be a wooden urn. I came across Memories to Keep and fell in love immediately. I order the Moon, but it turned out to be too big. I got in touch with Harm who responded quickly; I could take the Moon back and exchange it for another urn. My father's partner and I went to Harm's and he took time out to explain things. We both chose a lovely LittleWood, different but the same too. What I really like and find special is that you can hold the urn in your hand for a while. And that doesn't feel strange; the shape makes it feel soft and natural. It doesn't bring my father back but it is a lovely way of commemorating him. I'm very happy with it and grateful to Harm for this beautiful product and his friendliness when we were choosing it.
Sandra Kluijt
I would like to tell you how happy I am with my mini urn! I hadn't ever thought I would want an urn in the house but this mini urn is so beautiful and what's really special is that it fits in your hand so well. Now I have been able to create a lovely spot for my mother in my house and that is so comforting! Thank you for that.
Brenda van den Akker
As soon as I saw the wooden urns, I was sold. Such beautiful mini urns. Perfect for us. We ordered three urns which were delivered fast in beautiful boxes to our home. Time and care were also spent on the packaging. I filled the urns with my husband's ashes, helped by the funeral assistant. The mini urns are now in my house; one in our son's room and the other two downstairs, next to the photo and the mourning card. Now my children (12 and 10 years) and I have a lovely mini urn and some ashes left over, perhaps to have turned into a piece of jewellery at a later time, for example.