About this Piece
This elegant Irish urn is named after the Calvary shrine in Omeath, a place of pilgrimage along the Carlingford Lough in County Louth.
It fuses together both pagan and Christian identity which is unique to Celtic Irish heritage. The Celtic knot represents how we are all bound together for eternity.
This urn has a beautiful feel and texture, allowing you to clearly see the hand-thrown nature of the piece. The colors are earthy so they represent the timeless beauty found in the nature of Ireland.
Our artisan mixes his own glazes and calls this 'Cooley Summer Yellow', inspired by barley fields, gorse and heather-covered mountains.
This Urn is delivered in a beautiful Urn presentation box lined with Irish traditional hessian.
About the Maker
Bob Hamilton founded Irish Urns in Dublin for the purpose of helping Irish families find high-quality urns and keepsakes at a difficult time. After a death of a close relative, Bob realized how difficult it can be to procure a truly 100% Irish urn that reflects the heritage and ancestry of Ireland, particularly for families with Irish roots living outside Ireland. Thus, Irish Urns was born. Their skilled artisans allow grieving families to capture the heart of Irish heritage with their carefully crafted urn and keepsake collection.