Metal Cremation Urns Manufacturer in India

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Metal Cremation Urns Manufacturer in India

What are Cremation URNS ?

Cremation Urns are A Beautiful Resting Place for the Ashes which provide families with the opportunity to hand-select a resting place for the cremated ashes of their loved one.

Hand Cast Aluminium Adult Cremation Urns For Ashes: A Heartfelt Reminder Of The Dead

When a loved one passes away, it’s easy to lose track of time. It’s impossible to survive without them. Fortunately, the emergence of hand-cast aluminium adult cremation urns for ashes has made dealing with this difficult period a little easier. You must keep track of the deceased person’s last remains in order to keep track of them. Urns composed of sturdy materials are the funeral holder’s first choice these days. We all desire something that will last a long time and will serve as a continual memory of the deceased.

The cremation urns in the aluminium series are made of high-quality aluminium raw material with a beautiful finish. Through a top secure opening lid, the funeral ashes can be placed inside these containers. Metal urns come in a variety of materials, including aluminium, bronze, copper, and brass, and are meticulously created by talented artisans. They are not only inexpensive, but also elegant enough to be displayed anywhere in your home.

Metal Cremation Urns Manufacturer in India


Who is Super Fine Handicrafts?

Super Fine Handicrafts is India’s leading manufacturer & exporter of various metal cremation urns. Our beautiful, handcrafted urns are manufactured from the best quality brass and aluminum metal from Hindalco Ingot Manufacturing Company.

Cremation Funeral urns can be tailored to be a direct expression of your loved one’s life – from their passion to their personality and more. Urns are made from a variety of materials and finishes.

For Today’s Families, Sophisticated Memorial Urns

Memorial urns have grown from simple wooden urns to complex vessels that not only hold your loved one’s ashes but also serve as a stunning display of dedication and remembrance. We provide cremation urns for every family’s needs, from customer favourites to urns tailored to men, women, or couples to cremation urns for those on a budget.

Tips to Choose Funeral URNS by SFHINDIA.COM

Know your measurements before choosing funeral urns.

Many people are looking for a memorial urn that will fit into a certain niche. It’s critical to know the dimensions of the area where your urn will be placed (where applicable). The product dimensions for most of our cremation urns are listed on the product page, and knowing the dimensions of the space you’re working with before you order can spare you the inconvenience of having to return your cremation urn because it didn’t fit.Please send a request for latest wholesale free catalog. E-mail us

Keep your body weight in mind.

When choosing a funeral urn, knowing the deceased’s approximate body weight is also helpful. Individual, keepsake, companion, and other urns are classified not only by their external appearance, but also by their internal volume – 220 cubic inches, 150 cubic inches, and so on. One cubic inch of cremated remains equals one pound of body weight. Knowing your loved one’s estimated body weight might help you limit your options and determine which memorial urns are available.

Super Fine Handicrafts guarantees high-quality products at affordable prices.

In India, Super Fine Handicrafts (SFH) is a well-known company. We provide you with the best wholesale prices.

Keep track of your spending. Cremation urns can cost anything from $1 to over $30 (wholesale prices only), and many come with extra features like engraving and other personalization. Knowing where you stand before you begin the process might help you swiftly narrow down your options for funeral urns.

SFH (SUPER FINE HANDICRAFTS) is a direct manufacturer of brass, iron, copper, aluminum, and gold urns. Super Fine Handicrafts Team designs and manufactures latest & trendiest designs of variety of metal cremation Urns & other home decor, tableware, Giftware & Handicrafts items in India.

SFH assures you Top Quality products at lowest wholesale prices.

SFH skilled craftsmen & artisans manufacture beautiful hand-made metal urns for our buyers, department stores in USA, Canada & many other European countries.

urns sand casting-welding process

Suggested Retail Price for Resale to consumers

Cremation Urns are sold at retail prices between USD 100 and USD 1000 and above

Why should you choose SFH (SUPER FINE HANDICRAFTS ) as your supplier?

Super Fine Handicrafts is the most trusted manufacturer of high-quality products in India. Our buyers, importers & wholesalers earn huge profit because SFH supplies Cremation Urns & other Handicrafts at the lowest wholesale prices.


What is the best metal for an urn?

Urns are made of a variety of materials to suit customer needs.

The most popular urns are Royal Brass Urns, aluminum Urns, Silver Urns & Gold Urns

How can a cremation urn or keepsake best reflect and honor your loved one’s preferences while still meeting your needs?

Cremation urns for ashes are made of various materials and come in a range of attractive styles. Knowing the materials can help you avoid unpleasant surprises like being allergic to metal or purchasing cultured marble instead of real marble. The materials used to make cremation urns are listed alphabetically below. A single urn, or potentially two, will be created for each person.


The materials used to make cremation urns are listed alphabetically below. Note that each urn will be fashioned of only one of the specified materials, or potentially a combination of several. An example of a cremation urn made from the material is presented for each material.

Urns composed of stone, such as marble or granite, or metals, such as bronze, aluminium, or stainless steel, are both suitable options.

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Aluminium is the second most often used metal on the planet. Aluminium cremation urns for ashes have the advantages of being lightweight, flexible, corrosion-resistant, and non-magnetic. Sapphire Pet Cremation Urn, for example (size small, also available in extra small, medium, and other colours).


Biodegradable Materials: Biodegradable cremation urns are made from a variety of environmentally acceptable materials. These materials are durable enough to be handled until the ashes are deposited in water or buried in the ground in a funeral urn. Handmade paper, recycled paper, Himalayan salt, sand, gelatin, cornstarch, and other plant-based components make up the majority of water or earth biodegradable urns. Acorn Biodegradable Cremation Urn in Moss, for example.


Brass is a light metal alloy made up of 90% copper and 10% zinc. When polished, it has a dazzling golden appearance. Brass cremation urns are frequently coated with bronze or pewter to reinforce them and change their colour. The bronze finish is more reddish in colour, whereas the pewter finish is silver in colour. Brass is a simple metal to mould. It’s a pliable substance that can be painted or enamelled. Tear Drop Radiant Cremation Urn, for example.

hand engraving process on brass urns



Ceramic funeral urns for ashes are typically delicate. Because of their fragile nature, they are best displayed in a house or columbarium. Ceramic can be embellished with a variety of treatments, including metallic trim and embellishments. Different varieties of pottery, such as porcelain and mudstone, give the urn an earthy feel. Many of our cremation urns are handcrafted and unique. Ceramic cremation urn by Celebration of Life, for example. Royal Splendor ceramic cremation urn is an example of artisan, handcrafted work.


Copper is a reddish-brown, lightweight, pliable metal that is used to highlight many cremation urns for ashes. Cloisonné urns are made of copper wire. It is corrosion resistant and non-magnetic. However, when copper combines with oxygen, a layer of copper oxide forms, which is green or bluish-green in colour. A copper cremation urn can take up to 20 years to rust indoors. There are several options for restoring the reddish-brown colour of the surface. Copper oak cremation urn, for example.


Enamel is used to embellish the outside of cremation urns made of copper, aluminium, or ceramic. The procedure is placing glass on a surface, heating it until it melts, and then allowing it to cool. Enamel is available in a variety of hues. Enamelling a cremation urn gives a smooth, hard, chemically resistant, long-lasting, and scratch-resistant surface. Quail Feathers Ceramic Pet Cremation Urn, for example.

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Glass: Ash-infused handcrafted glass pieces are fashioned using a loved one’s ashes. They are one-of-a-kind and are regarded as heirlooms. Round Glass Art with Cremated Ash, for example.


Our cremation urns are made of two types of marble: natural marble and cultured marble.


Natural marble is mined in several countries, including the United States. It is mostly made up of limestone, which has been crystallised over millions of years by high heat and pressure. Marble is a light-coloured stone by nature, but impurities present when the rock forms give it a variety of colours. Minerals such as silt, sand, or iron oxides present during development formed the colours seen in marble’s swirls and veins. White marble is a pure stone that contains very few imperfections. Serenity Cameo natural marble cremation urn, for example.


Cultured marble has the appearance of natural marble but is less expensive. Cultured marble cremation urns are handcrafted from a mixture of stone, resin, and colour pigments. Funeral urns for ashes are made to be beautiful, sturdy, and maybe polished to dazzling brilliance. companion cultured marble cremation urn, for example.


Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF): Medium density fiberboard is a type of wood that is used to make economical cremation urns for ashes. MDF is created from the remaining pieces of a log after the boards have been cut and removed. MDF is made by processing wood in a chipper. The fine chips are combined with waxes and resins after being cleaned and contaminants removed. After that, the chips are pressed into boards. Black MDF Pet Photo Cremation Urn, for example.


Pewter is a tin-based alloy containing up to 90% tin, bismuth, antimony, and occasionally silver or copper. Pewter is a shiny, brilliant metal. The metal oxidises with time and takes on a greyish hue. Many pewter urns are brass with pewter plating. Athena Pewter Cremation Urn, for example.


Serpentine, commonly known as New Jade, is used to create SUPER FINE HANDICRAFTS Memorials’ distinctive Marble Cremation Urn – Jade Colored – Large collection. It is occasionally confused with nephrite jade, a tougher substance. Serpentine is a beautiful green colour with white marbling. To the touch, its shiny exterior can seem oily, waxy, or smooth.


Soapstone has been mined for thousands of years as a metamorphic rock. Because it is mostly made of talc, it is extremely soft and easy to carve. Nonporous and heat resistant are two of the properties.

Cherry, maple, pine, oak, walnut, and poplar are common woods used to make cremation urns. Cremation urns made of wood are usually stained and decorated with inlays, appliques, and laser etchings. The most common uses for wood urns are for houses or cemetery columbaria. Elegant Hummingbird Wooden Cremation Urn, for example.

What about memorial jewellery for a cremation?

The materials used to create the various shapes and sizes of jewellery urns for ashes are listed below. Many of the materials are hypoallergenic and non-tarnishing. In recent years, urn jewellery for ashes has grown in popularity.


Bronze is a warm, reddish metal alloy made up of 90% copper and 10% tin with a warm, reddish colour. It’s a low-cost way to keep ashes in necklace charms and pendants. It is corrosion-resistant. It will tarnish over time, darkening the ruby tint significantly. Bronze Floral Heart Cremation Necklace, for example.


Our cremation jewellery is available in 14K gold, gold vermeil, and white gold.


14K Gold has long been thought to be the most sensual metal. It does not corrode or oxidise. It will continue to exist endlessly. It’s also breathtakingly lovely. 14K Yellow Lattice Heart Cremation Pendant, for example.


Vermeil (pronounced vehr-MAY) is made by coating sterling silver with 10K gold that is thicker than 2.5 micrometres. The term “gold-plated” refers to sterling silver that has been coated with less than 2.5 micrometres of gold. Vermeil pendants for holding ashes are more resilient and long-lasting than gold-plated pendants. The jewellery piece is not deemed vermeil if it is made of zinc, copper, or nickel rather than sterling silver. Cremation pendant made of gold filigree.


White gold is made up of yellow gold mixed with one or more white or silver-coloured metals, generally silver but also palladium, platinum, or nickel. To give it a gleaming lustre, white gold is coated with rhodium. Teardrop 14K White Gold Cremation Necklace, for example.

Stainless Steel: 

Stainless steel is a steel alloy that contains around 10.5 per cent chromium. It is scratch resistant because to the chromium. It’s hypoallergenic, but it rusts easily and requires regular maintenance. It has a dazzling silver shine and is an affordable substance, similar to titanium. Angel Wing stainless steel cremation pendant, for example.

Sterling Silver: 

Many cremation pendants and necklaces are made of sterling silver. It is 92.5 per cent silver and 7.5 per cent other metals, most commonly copper. It does not tarnish, but it is more durable than fine silver, which is too delicate to last. Cleaning sterling silver jewellery is essential. Sterling Silver Eternity Memorial Necklace, for example.


Titanium is the most powerful metal on the planet. When polished, it has a beautiful silver lustre. Titanium pendants are non-magnetic, hypoallergenic, and do not rust or tarnish, making them ideal for holding ashes. Titanium cremation jewellery is more resistant to scratches, although it does require periodic polishing and cleaning. Narrow Titanium Cremation Bracelet, for example.


White bronze is an alloy of copper, tin, and zinc with different percentages of copper, tin, and zinc. It has the colour of sterling silver but the texture of bronze. White bronze is a great alternative to nickel and sterling silver for cremation jewellery since it does not tarnish. White bronze is nonmagnetic, extremely smooth, and virtually impervious to corrosion. White Bronze Heart Cremation Necklace, for example.

What kind of urn design is appropriate?

Urn designs and themes are nearly endless. The specific wishes of the deceased determine the appropriateness of any urn design. Second, if requests are unknown, guide yourself to a style that reflects your loved one’s personality, passions, hobbies, or particular interests.

You should also think about building an urn to keep your ashes in. Many of the urns available at Super Fine Handicrafts  include a metal liner that maintains the internal temperature optimal and prevents any ashes from escaping. If an urn does not have a metal lining, it will almost always come with a bag to secure the ashes before placing them inside the urn for safekeeping.

finishing process-cremation urns

Styles of urns include:

biodegradable materials cloisonné glossy wood

patriotic patterns

Handmade patterns with religious themes

activities such as sports, outdoors, gardening, music, and automobiles

Urns for babies, children, and adults

pet urns

By design and interest, cremation jewellery comes in a variety of types.

For those who wish to personalise their cremation urn, even more, engraving is a terrific alternative. For a personal touch, many urns can be engraved with names, dates, or even phrases. If they can’t be inscribed, many urns can be adorned with an engraved pendant. Also, as mentioned in the previous section, seek designs that are simple to handle when sprinkling ashes.

What should I expect to pay for an urn?

SUPER FINE HANDICRAFTS manufacture & exports Top Quality Metal Urns at low prices. Our Bulk Quantity Urns Prices range between US Dollar 1 to 20.

Metal Urns Super Fine Handicrafts manufacture sells in leading Stores in USA, UK, AUSTRALIA & many other countries. Retail Prices of Metal Urns is usually US Dollar 30 to US Dollars 300.

Can metal urns be buried?

Urns composed of metal or cultivated materials are suited for burial. Granite, marble, onyx, or specific mixtures of resin and filler are examples of cultured materials that have the strength to survive the subsurface forces that can create physical stress on the urn over time.

Does Hobby Lobby sell cremation urns?

Hobby Lobby is largely renowned for being an arts and crafts store. Jewellery making, picture framing, floral and wedding materials, home decorations, fabrics, partyware, wearable art, and many other hobbies are all available. Urns for ashes are one item they conspicuously lack.

What material is best for an urn?

The Best Cremation Urn Materials

  1. Brass
  2. Aluminium
  3. Gold
  4. Ceramic.
  5. Porcelain.
  6. Marble.
  7. Glass.
  8. Crystal.
  9. Stone.
  10. Wood.

Is a brass urn good?

Top 5 Reasons to Buy Brass Urns 

It can survive inclement weather such as rain, snow, wind, and sleet. Furthermore, if it is dropped, it will not shatter or chip. This urn can be taken anyplace because it is resilient and portable. For many people, this is why it is their first option.

Are aluminium urns good?

Aluminium: An aluminium cremation urn for ashes has the advantages of being lightweight, malleable, corrosion-resistant, and non-magnetic. Aluminium is also one of the more affordable materials, making it a popular choice among individuals purchasing space in a cemetery’s columbarium.

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What is the average cost of an urn?

The average cost of URN Wholesale Price range from USD $ 1 to 20

It sells at a retail price of around USD 100 to US Dollar 500. 

Today’s cremation costs range from $4,000 to $7,000, with the urn accounting for a significant portion of this final bill. The size, style, and material of the container all play a role in the final cost. A full-sized, permanent urn costs between $70 and $2,250, while green burial containers cost between $50 and $350.

How do I know what size urn to buy?

What size urn should I purchase?

A typical rule of thumb is that one cubic inch of the room is required for every pound of a person’s total weight. If a person weighs 150 pounds, an urn with a capacity of 150 cubic inches or more is required.

What does Bible say about cremation?

In the New Testament, however, there is no ban against cremation. Cremation is neither recommended nor prohibited in the Bible. Many Christians, however, think that cremation would render their bodies unfit for resurrection.

What can I use instead of an urn?

More Ordinary Items That Can Be Used As Cremation Urns…

  • Gun case (this handgun case holds 420 cubic inches)
  • Containers for cereal made of plastic (244 cubic inches)
  • Bottles of soda (122 cubic inches)
  • Jugs of milk (231 cubic inches)
  • Tea tin (15 to 210 cubic inches, depending on size)
  • Bottle of wine (45 cubic inches)
  • Camelbak is a brand of a water bottle (122 cubic inches)

Is it OK to keep the ashes of a loved one at home?

Unless your religion prohibits cremation or you are Catholic, it is allowed to retain your loved one’s ashes at home.

How long will a marble urn last?

It will endure a lifetime because it is made of real marble. You won’t need an urn vault unless your cemetery requires one.

How do you choose an urn for ashes?

Prior to cremation, you’ll need an urn with at least one cubic inch of room for every pound of body weight. For example, if the deceased was healthy and weighed 150 pounds before cremation, you’ll need an urn with a capacity of at least 150 cubic inches.

How do you clean brass urns?

It will look good with a simple dusting every now and again. If tarnish appears, use brass polish and two cotton wipes to remove it. With the first cotton cloth, dab a small amount of brass polish onto the urn. Then buff the urn gently with a second towel that hasn’t been polished.

How big is an urn for human ashes?

200 cubic inches

A normal urn is 200 cubic inches, according to the Cremation Association of North America (CANA), however, urns that are somewhat smaller or larger are available, ranging from 175 to 300 cubic inches. Cremations are usually one cubic inch per pound of body weight.

What does urn stand for?

A Uniform Resource Name (URN) is a URI that follows the urn scheme.

Do urns need to be sealed?

Is the cremation urn has to be sealed? Sealing the cremation urn is a personal choice; there are no guidelines stating that you must seal the urn or that you must not seal the urn for ashes.

How much does a 200 lb body weight after cremation?

Cremation ashes of a woman’s weight

Cremation ashes for a 200-pound lady weigh roughly 7 pounds (3.1 kilogrammes).

What Are Permanent Burial Urns?

Permanent Burial Urns: What Are They?

An urn designed to be buried in the earth is known as a permanent burial urn. When the earth is placed on top of an urn, it will not decompose.

There are no rules to follow while burying an urn on your personal property. You must follow the laws and regulations of the cemetery you have chosen.

By putting it in an urn vault, you may make almost any urn “permanent.” A cremation urn vault is a sealed exterior container that protects the urn from the weight of the earth and cemetery equipment that will drive over it. The vault will also provide moisture protection.

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