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Medium size pet urn to hold up to a 60lb pet. made from walnut & cherry, Tung oil finish then buffed on the Beall


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Looks nice. Excellent photography, by the way.

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Very nice work. Also, a very good idea.
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Nice looking work Jeff. What are the dimensions of this? Not sure what 60lbs translates to. Really nice.

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Very nice. BZ
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John, inside diameter is 3.5" x 6.5" roughly 62 cubic inches. with the rounded bottom i gained another couple cubic inches or so. but i always round down to make sure there is enough room for all ashes. don't want any left overs and some people like to add a small toy or collar. outside just shy of 4" x 7.5" to top of cherry lid, hope this helps..

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Thanks Jeff, Is there a calculation you use for what size urn holds what size pet? 1 cubic inch = 1 lb of pet? Just curious.

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yes John that is it, 1 cubic inch = per pound of weight, pet or human.

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