I've been wanting to try my hand at some crematory urns... these are some that I've been playing with.
They may be a little small for the average person, but will work as pet urns for a larger pet... if my high school math is accurate, these are about 100 to 120 cubic inches...
This is white oak. 8 inches diameter x 10 inches overall height... didn't measure the base height.
This is Bradford Pear with a Bloodwood lid and Bradford Pear spindle.
It's 9 inches dia x 5 inches high plus about 3 inches on the spindle.
This one is a favorite, Spalted Hackberry with an ebonized oak lid... it's 8 inches diameter and 8 inches high plus the lid... didn't measure, but it looks only about 2 inches.
This one is the only one that can be sealed without having to glue the lid in place... it has a pvc fitting in the lid and neck... the wood is slippery elm (some call it Chinese elm) and according to the tree owner, the tree this wood came from is on the national registry as the third oldest elm tree in Tennessee... I know it is one humongous tree... the urn was turned from a limb that was about 12 or 13 inches diameter and fell from about 20 feet up in the tree.... it was broken in a wind storm last spring. the urn is 5 inches diameter and 13 inches overall height.