Choosing a wooden urn means respecting the cycle of life.
I use wood as raw material for my work. The tree is alive, it is a renewable resource. It is noble, generous and warm. Wood is surrounding us. In our homes, the cradle receiving the newborn is made from a tree. It seems comforting to me that the final resting place would also be made from it.
Contact with nature provides us soothing and renewal. In this spirit, I hope my wood creations will become natural and sensitive cocoons enveloping with love the ashes of a dear one.
No urn could be greener!
The logs I use are supplied by local pruners and firewood dealers. Thus, manufacturing the urn gives the tree a second life.
The finishing products used are made from wax and natural oils.
Production waste and chips are used as fuel during winter.
My family and I have a deep respect for life. Our values, our production methods and our work environment fully reflect this vision.