- Margie McLaughlin
- Utility Patent Issued
PICTURN™, world's first multi-generational cremation urn a system for storing cremains of both humans and/or pets in a singular compartmentalized device which solves the problem of 'stockpiling' the traditional standalone urn. Unique in that our invention foremost showcases through photo images, the lives and legacy of those who's cremains are stored therein.
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Purpose & Benefits
Problems of stockpiling traditional standalone Urns is resolved with PICTURN™. As of now, there is not a cremation urn allowing for the containment of more than two cremains. No more stockpiling urns. A turning point in history and in keeping in step with our ever trending mobile age.
Detailed Description & Features
PICTURN™, World's First Multi-generational Cremation Urn a System for storing cremains of both Humans and/or Pets in a singular compartmentalized device which solves the problem of 'stockpiling' the traditional standalone Urn. Unique in that our invention foremost showcases through photo images, the lives & legacy of those who's cremains are stored therein. Variations of three to eight compartment styles are available. What makes the " lineage" cremation urn differ from the single and/or spousal urns? That of additional compartments, the 2” partial viewing of the stored remains and the photographic turnstile affixed to the lid of the device. Truly innovative in design.
The urn contains an approximate 7” x 15” x 7” transparent base that is divided into separate compartments. The urn is designed to house the cumulative remains of the deceased with additional remains added as needed. Urn variations of three to eight compartment styles are available. The cubicles are divided equally and measure 7” in height and 3.5 inches in width, 3.5 inches in depth. Also included is a decorative lid that measures about 5” in height, 15.25” in width, and 7.25” in depth, leaving about 2” in viewing area at the base of the device.
On top of the lid is a carousel of four dual sided frames for inserting photographs of the deceased. A total of eight photos can be inserted back to back in accordance with the design of the device. A clear knob is available for rotating the photograph carousel. Handles are affixed on both sides of the lid for removing the top lid when applicable. The unit can be created in a wide variety of decorative, eye-catching designs and may be made to accommodate user preferences, including pet cremations. The exact specifications may vary.