Bringing you a hand crafted work of art
ForevUrn was born out of our lifelong passion for kaleidoscopes. We always loved the concept of being able to put our own personal items in the object chamber and we realized that these keepsake items not only created a beautiful, uplifting images, but that they essentially turned the kaleidoscopes into a perfect time capsule.
In searching the universe of available cremation urns, we noticed there were no other urns which could be truly personalized with keepsake items from a departed loved one, and we decided to make our own urn by marrying a kaleidoscope with a cremation box. This combination of both a vessel to carry forward the remains for generations to come, the urn, and a harmonious, joyful time capsule, the kaleidoscope you yourself could personalize, become a true gift which we knew we had to share with the world.
CALM AND SERENITY
Kaleidoscopes allow you to experience ever changing images which bring calm and serenity with their reflected patterns. They constantly rearrange themselves like each new day, revealing images of symmetry and endless possibilities that remind us that our loved ones are sometimes just a turn away. It is our hope that the gifts of this experience will always bring you brilliant and everlasting memories.
These urns are not a static resting place, they are an interactive art object you will be proud to own and share with family and friends. They bring light, movement and wonder where once it was thought there was only sorrow. Celebrate your loved one’s life by coming together, finding cherished items that tell the story of your departed loved one, place them in the object chamber, and know that for generations to come your family will have a treasured time capsule that is so much more than an urn.
Forevurn is committed to bringing you a hand crafted work of art that your family will cherish Forevurn Ever.
It is our hope that the gifts of this experience will always bring you beautiful and everlasting memories.
Kaleidoscope quotes by Cozy Baker, kaleidoscope enthusiast and Brewster Society Founder