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Custom Engraved Pet Memorial Cremation Urn

Custom Engraved Pet Memorial Cremation Urn

Regular price $18.00 USD
Regular price $45.00 USD Sale price $18.00 USD
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Our Custom Engraved Pet Memorial Cremation Urn is a heartfelt tribute to honor the memory of your beloved pet. This beautifully crafted urn allows you to customize it with a personalized engraving, such as their name, dates, or a special message. It serves as a thoughtful and comforting gift for pet owners experiencing the loss of their furry friend. This urn provides a lasting memorial to cherish their precious memories and offer solace during this difficult time of pet bereavement.
Stainless Steel
Size: 30mm x 40mm
Features: Nickle Free And Tarnish Resistant Stainless Steel
Personalization: Custom engraving will be done on back side of the charm.

Order Processing & Shipping

- Order processing time is normally 2 business days.

- This item can be returned if defective or damaged. This item is protected by Fast & Insured Shipping. 

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You can choose the delivery method during checkout:

Priority Shipping : $4.5 - Free Shipping to US, UK, CA, AU, NZ and EU over $49.00

Delivery usually takes 8 - 12 business days

Express Shipping : $29.50 

Delivery usually takes 3-6 business days

Priority Shipping to Middle east, South East Asia : 7-11 days

Delivery to Rest of the World usually takes 14-20 business days

Please note that the time frame mentioned above doesn't include production time.

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    For any defected or wrong items you can contact us immediately and we will either refund or exchange the item at no extra cost.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Maeve Blaese

It is a wonderful urn necklace. A nice purchase gift for friends who just lost their dogs