The Meta Cremation Urn is designed and built in Cleveland, Ohio to be substantial in weight and appearance while being within the means of the average consumer. This combination of contemporary style and warmth in materials invites hands as well as looks. These tactile experiences are the kind of change consumers are asking for and deserve.
White oak wood finished with the traditional yakisugi technique is used for the base and lid in this version of the Meta Urn Oak wood finished in a faux shou sugi ban that relies on shellac and milk paint in order to more reliably provide this look. The base is fixed in place and the latter is pressure fit by means of a simple, yet clever gasket. The main body of the urn is composed of powder-coated aluminum.
Bookmatched oak pairs and groupings can be requested in situations where cremated remains are to be distributed among family members or for companion sets.