In order for me to reproduce what you want in miniature, (your
pet, an item...) I would like to see it in as many different views as
possible. When photographing an animal, it is most helpful to get on
the ground at eye level. It is difficult to know what a straight on
front and/or side view look like while viewing a photo shot from
above. I also need back views. People don't ordinarily shoot from the
back. I realize if the animal has already passed on, these kinds of
photos might not be available. I can see what photos you do have,
supplement my own photos of the same type/breed, and use your photos
for personal details--color and markings. Try to get good clear
photos in several different views whenever possible.
When doing custom work, many things affect price, so I cannot
quote exact prices here. Things such as more than one name or dates
to be chip-carved, is the animal in a miniature setting, how
many sides of an urn to be carved, and how many personalizing options
selected. I have to see what you want to quote an exact price.
Animal urns are 5"w x5"h, human urns are 5 1/2" x
10". These dimensions do not include top or base. Overall dimensions:
pet-6"x7", human-11" x 7 1/2". Capacity of the human urn satisfies
the 200 cubic inch minimum as determined by the Cremation Association
of North America. Dimensions may vary slightly. Let me know if you
need larger/smaller sizes.
*If you will be wanting the frame for a photo, I ask that you send
the photo and I will take care of putting it in place on the urn.
Keep size in mind when selecting a photo. My recommendation is- no
more than 2" or it will look too large for the urn. Of course, this
is entirely up to you.
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