This fascinating urn is a one-of-a-kind creation by Skagit Valley artist Patsy Thola Chamberlain (1936 – 2015).
With a trapezoidal prism shape, the design of this striking urn may have been influenced by an indian burial mound (a notion suggested by the late artist’s husband).
The exterior is glazed a medium blue. A cross within a cross design adorns the front and back. On the lid there is a large red dot overlapping a smaller blue dot that may symbolize the sun and moon.
The inside is a pale (but warm) red rose color with a heart and swirl motif on the inside bottom.
This urn would be appropriate as a keepsake urn for any pet, or as the primary urn for a small to medium sized pet (under 25 pounds).
Special note from Bobbie Ruth Langley, President of Life Cycle Pet Cremation:
“Even though I knew Patsy was suffering from advanced emphysema, I believed that she would live a long life and continue to create these beautiful pieces. It is my hope that each of her pet urns will find its way into a special home to be cherished for a long, long time — in memory of a beloved pet, but also in appreciation of the wonder-inducing beauty of Patsy’s artistry.”
Numbered and signed by the artist.
Dimensions: 4.75″ wide at base, 3.75″ wide at opening / 3.5″ deep at base, 2.5″ deep at opening / 3.5″ tall.