The beginnings of a Catfish urn...an old family friend has requested a special order for her father-in-law who loved to fishing at his family's lake house. They had been putting off finding a permanent urn that fit his personality...once they saw our bass fish
urn, they knew a Catfish would be perfect for their dad.
We launched just over 2 weeks ago and are already off to a great start! We are refining our marketing/branding materials as we prepare to work with funeral professionals....their feedback on our urns is very positive and encouraging!
Our friend purchased this Bass Fish urn for her father. For many years, they weren't quite sure what to do with his cremains. Once she saw this urn, she knew it was perfect for her dad. We are deeply touched that we were able to create his new memorial, and just love her mother's sweet reaction to receiving it.
"Me, My Mom and Dad and his new urn sculpture. Daddy always loved fishing and Billy Bass."
As the popularity of cremation options grow, we want to help to change the notion of the typical urn form. We create works of art that are out-of-the-ordinary and down-to-earth…honest in subject, but discreet in function. They don’t look like an urn. They’re more. They’re more uplifting, more personal, and they’re crafted with more heart.
In researching the emotional value of urns, the what/why people choose urns verses holding onto that little white box we found this: "Cost may be a factor in choosing an urn. However, too often family members choose not to purchase an urn simply because they don't see anything they like or they don't perceive any of the urns available to them as being reflective of their loved one."
This is an important point to make in why we have decided to pursue our ideas for cremation urns...we hope to chang...