You will find below a list of frequently asked questions. If you have a question that is not on the list, do not hesitate to ask me!

No, because a federal law protects a consumer’s choice. Talk to the person in charge, explain that you want to support an artist in funerary art who creates unique pieces. If you place the urn in a burial niche, make sure you know the exact size required. Some columbaria may refuse wooden urns.

My creations meet the industry’s volume requirements, which is 3.3 liters (200 cubic inches).

NB. It is against the law to charge additional fees for the urn’s handling.

Yes, with great pleasure. However, make sure to contact me in advance for an appointment.

Time may vary. It can take between 2 to 4 days, but it depends on where you live (see the shipping section).

Between two days and two months. I adapt to your situation. Together, we will find technical solutions to meet your demands. The base price is $500 + time allocated to the sculpture: an estimate will be submitted. See the section entitled “customized urns” for more details.

Yes. In the province of Quebec, there is no law indicating how to dispose of somebody’s ashes. Since the ashes do not yet have the status of human remains, almost everything is possible. All the ashes, or only a portion of them, can be kept or dispersed, according to the wishes of the deceased or the family.

No, not at all. I draw my motivation from the families’ satisfaction and from the pleasure of woodworking. In the great civilizations, it was common to bury the deceased with their most precious possessions.

I remain sensitive about the emptiness experienced by people following the burial of a loved one. For some custom orders, it is possible for me to build a display piece allowing the family to keep the sculptured section of the urn.