Checkered Flag Cremation Urn - Signature Alder


Whether your loved one was a race fanatic, driver, or simply a car enthusiast, our Checkered Flag Urn is a perfect tribute to anyone who had a passion for racing.  Built from solid alder wood, it is a handsome addition to our Veteran made line of urns.  Created especially for Green Meadow Memorials, these are unique products and cannot be found anywhere else.

The detailed graining of the wood enhances any artwork added with our direct laser engraving process.  Complete your personalization with our extensive engraving options that can be added to either side of your urn.

Simply remove the four screws from the base to add ashes to the urn.  Felt feet have been attached to ensure that the urn and surfaces will be protected from scratches.  Celebrate life and the love of racing.

  • SKU: GM21004
  • Stock available: 10+
  • Color: Brown
  • Origin: United States
  • Material: Wood
  • Wood Type: Alder - Solid
  • Dimensions: 9.5" Wide x 7.25" Deep x 7.5" High
  • Size: Individual (250 cubic inches)
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Questions & Answers

Question: How do I fill this? Remove the bottom?
Answer: Carefully lay the urn on it's top. Set into the base you will see four screws. Carefully remove each screw. The base of the urn can then be picked up and carefully set aside. Place the remains and optional mementos inside the urn. Carefully replace the base on the urn and then reinsert the screws. Tighten them until they are tight but there is no need to overtighten them.
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Lana T.
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Fitting resting place

I have had my husbands ashes just as i received them in 2010 in a cardboard box. I was only 34 and couldn't bring myself to handle the remains. Having served time as a Marine for 6 years and being an avid motorcycle racer it seemed a fitting resting place to have a Veteran create memorial. So pleased. It is beautiful!

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