The cremation of the deceased is as old as mankind and human culture. In the early days of human society, cremation was a simple matter. The victim's body was laid on a pile of wood. The pile of wood is then lit after some basic rites and rituals. In some cultures and religions, some of the ashes are kept in urns. These memorial urn sets for ashes are placed inside the house in a convenient nook or corner.
In ancient times, jars were common pottery. Ashtrays are becoming more and more stylish over time. It used to be just clay or metal pots with some designs and colours. Today, these jars come in thousands of different styles, shapes, colours, designs and materials. After all, a monument in memory of a deceased loved one should not be just an ordinary clay pot.
Today, ashes are not only used to store the cremated remains of loved ones. They can be a reminder and a memorial to loved ones who have died. These jars can be in the shape of a heart, a house, or one of the thousands of shapes available. Jars are available in wood, glass, terracotta, many metals and more.
Jars aren't just for people. There are also special jars for pets. For many people, pets are their only constant companion. This is especially true for children and the elderly. Losing a pet to death is heartbreak. But memories of amazing pets can be stored in cremation urns made especially for pets. There are many pet jar designs.