Advantages and types of porcelain urn

by Raven Relix Home of Hollohazi porcelain in the Americas

Porcelain manufacturing has deep traditions in Europe. The factory survived two world wars, communism and established itself as a prestigious manufacturer of high-quality porcelain products for both residential and industrial use. This product is a beautiful handmade cremation urn with 24K gold in it. This exclusive porcelain urn is designed and hand painted by skilled Hungarian artists.

All of our porcelain wares can be personalized or even custom made, so you can make it uniquely yours. They are more than just beautiful works of art, they can be used every day and guaranteed to last; Hollohazi porcelain is also a sound investment, that displays your personality and sophisticated taste. It is based in the suburb of New York. In fact, Raven Relix has started out as a friendship over a decade ago and soon became a business with a goal of introducing one of the oldest European porcelain manufacturers to the American People. Raven Relix is the exclusive distributor of the prestigious Hungarian Hollohazi Porcelain on the American continent. We are present with our partnerships in most countries in the Americas. We serve our retail partners, funeral homes as well as families with our one of a kind porcelain urn and ornaments, with more products under development.​


1.     Ceramic

This is perhaps the most widely used material for cremation urns. These urns are unique, artful and attractive as they feature nice colourful variations.

As ceramic is a delicate material, it is best to keep the urn at a place where it is not likely to fall off and break. While cleaning and maintaining the vessel, prefer to use a dry instead of damp cloth.

2.     Crystal and Glass

Opting for a glass funeral urns is a great way to honor the memory of a special person in your life. In addition, glass urns have an incredible aesthetic appeal. They include varying colors and fabulous patterns. More often than not, they are hand-blown.

3.     Metal

These urns are mostly made of brass, copper, bronze, pewter, and stainless steel. Certain sculpted cremation urns are also prepared from welded steel. As metals are durable and strong, the metal urns can be displayed indoors as well as outdoors.

They are usually coated with a protective layer of paint or lacquer to preserve their beauty. To make them look more modern, sophisticated, and shiny, some may feature a polished chrome finish.

4.     Wood

These beautiful urns are perfect for displaying indoors. The ones prepared from hardwood tend to be higher in price as compared to the ones prepared from softwood.

5.     Wood urn mead wood

Some manufacturers also allow you to add engraved inscriptions on the wood surface. The opening panels of most wooden urns are attached with screws.

To clean a wood urn, you just need to wipe it with a dry cloth; avoid using soap. You may also use furniture polish to maintain its sheen.

6.     Biodegradable materials:

Biodegradable burial urns are made of recycled paper, renewable mulberry bark, natural clay, planet fibers, gelatine, maple, sand and etc.

 Thus, when planning to bury the ashes of a deceased in an urn or float the cremation urn in a sea or river, it is suggested that you go for an eco-friendly urn prepared from sustainable materials so that it does not harm the environment.


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