Your child has been cremated. It is legally required that your child's ashes remain in the crematorium for another month. In that time you can already look for a matching urn for the axis of your little angel. There are very nice urns for sale, made of various materials. Think for example of ceramics, glass, crystal and bronze.
An urn is often not even recognizable as such. There are beautiful works of art for sale where the ashes of your child can be stored. You can choose from special children's collections, but you can also buy an adult urn for your child.
The urns can be kept in a columbarium, urn wall, urn grave or at home.
You can also choose a combination. A bit of ash in a beautiful souvenir (that you can always carry with you) and the remainder in an urn or scatter.
Did you know that there are special mini urns? This way you can keep a little bit of ash and scatter the rest. Scents are also available for scattering. These urns are degradable and provide a time-delayed process.
A columbarium contains burial niches or urns. Columbarium means in the Latin pigeon house. Also called urns wall.
We have placed a number of examples here. The models shown are only meant to get ideas. We have deliberately chosen not to place addresses of suppliers, since this section is intended solely to inform about the possibilities, without commercial ulterior motive. Many people have (rightly) no idea what is possible in this area. We would like to inform these people as much as possible about the possibilities so that eventually a good choice can be made.
Some possibilities in the field of urns
Some possibilities in the field of mini urns
Some possibilities in the field of degradable urns
Some possibilities in the field of jewelery
What can you do with the axle?
- The ashes can be kept in the general niche of crematorium (not accessible for visitors).
- The urn can be buried in the urn wall of crematorium or cemetery.
- The urn can be buried in the urn garden of crematorium or cemetery.
- The urn can be buried in an existing family grave.
- The ash can be scattered in your own garden (at home)
- You can store the urn at home (indoors or outdoors)
- The urn can be buried abroad.
- You can have the ashes processed in the soil for a plant or tree.
- You can process a bit of ash in a tattoo.
- A bit of ash can be kept in a medallion.
- Ash can be processed in a glass relic.
- An (ash) diamond can be made from ash.
- The axis can be processed in a painting.
- The ash can be scattered on the site of the crematorium (with or without family).
- Ash can be scattered at sea or other water (with or without family). This can be done by boat or by plane.
- The ash can be scattered on the National Dispatcher Delhuyzen (Hoge Veluwe) with or without family.
- Ash can be scattered at a place of your own dear somewhere in the Netherlands (watch the regulations)
- The ash can be scattered abroad.
- The ash can be scattered in your own home.
- Axis can be shot into the air with a rocket.
- The ash can be scattered in space.
- Multiple of these possibilities by splitting a bit of ash.