Woodturner Jason Van Duyn arranges funerary urns in his Raleigh studio. His urns range in price from $300 for a 70-cubic-inch piece made from a black cherry stump to $5,200 for a 450-cubic-inch red maple burl “companion” urn. Van Duyn makes urns that he hopes his clients will be proud to display in their homes.
Woodturner Jason Van Duyn arranges funerary urns in his Raleigh studio. His urns range in price from $300 for a 70-cubic-inch piece made from a black cherry stump to $5,200 for a 450-cubic-inch red maple burl “companion” urn. Van Duyn makes urns that he hopes his clients will be proud to display in their homes. Allen Breed AP
Woodturner Jason Van Duyn arranges funerary urns in his Raleigh studio. His urns range in price from $300 for a 70-cubic-inch piece made from a black cherry stump to $5,200 for a 450-cubic-inch red maple burl “companion” urn. Van Duyn makes urns that he hopes his clients will be proud to display in their homes. Allen Breed AP

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