Keepsake Memorial Statues
Throughout the world, statuesque memorials have long been recognized as a meaningful way to memorialize a loved one. They are specially designed after recognizable objects, and OneWorld Memorials offers a wonderful selection of keepsake memorial statues to suit any need.
Our selection of cremation statues includes angels, roses, songbirds and everything in between. We source materials from only the best manufacturers in the industry to ensure that every statue can stand up to the tests of time. Narrow your search from the start by sorting by materials, themes, or prices at the left side of the page.
What Are Keepsake Memorial Statues?
Burial traditions and end-of-life preferences vary from culture to culture, but statues of all kinds are something common to most. A statue to commemorate a person, an animal, deity or historic event can be found in all corners of the globe.
Cremation statues are miniature urns that are designed to hold a nominal amount of cremains or small mementos. Ash compartments are usually found underneath the statuary figurine, and many of these keepsakes are designed to hold up to one cubic inch of ash, which is quite nominal. This makes cremation keepsakes such as these ideal for dividing or sharing a loved one’s remains among family members, and you can choose a memorial figure that best reflects a hobby, passion, or personal sentiment of your loved one. We also offer custom engraving on select products for sharing final messages and special sentiments.
Caring for Cremation Statues
Memorial statues come in a wide variety of precious or alternative metals. Our keepsake memorial statues are currently available in brass, bronze, pewter, porcelain, and other high-quality materials. Bronze pieces are usually finished with a hand-rubbed patina. Some of these memorials are first carved out of clay and translated by bronze artisans using the lost wax method. Precision casting is a process by which artisans can recreate intricate details without compromising the integrity of the original sculpture. To maintain the sheen and quality of bronze, you should simply buff your sculpture using a soft cloth and a little soap.
Brass statues were made popular by ancient Romans, one of the first cultures to make and use brass extensively. Eliminate stubborn grime from brass by applying a paste made of vinegar, salt, and flour. Once set, you should remove the paste with warm water before drying the sculpture with a soft cloth. Unlike other metals, pewter does not corrode or tarnish. You should maintain your pewter statue by regularly dusting with a soft cloth. For more information about adding ashes to your unique statue, read our article: Transferring Ashes to a Cremation Urn.
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