The majority of Barkleys products used for cremation and burials are made in New Zealand. The materials used for our range of wooden products include
Macrocarpa, Manuka, N.Z. Flax (Harakeke) and Totara.
A Flax (Harakeke) Basket / Cocoon is a tremendous way of keeping your pet near you or returning them to the ground. Below is a selection of designs however, more are available.
ECO CARDBOARD TUBES
An Eco Cardboard Tube or Box with your choice of graphics or your own photos is a great way of receiving your pet’s cremations. You may keep the cremations in the tube or box for as long as you wish and scatter when you feel the time is right. Below is a selection of designs however, more are available.
UNIQUE MEMORIALS & CLOTH DRAWSTRING BAG
To celebrate the life of your beloved pet Barkleys can provide you with a range of products made by talented Northlanders. Any of these products can be ordered at the same time as arranging your pet’s cremation. Below is a selection of designs however, more are available.
We have available an everlasting memorial to your pet chosen to flower either in the month of their birth or the month of their passing.
Ash (Calcium Phosphate) can be drying for a plant so we mix your pets ashes with soils and fertilisers to give your memorial plant a solid start.
CARDBOARD URNS (PHOTOS COMING SOON)
This is the standard way ashes are returned, a popular choice if you plan to scatter the ashes.
WOODEN HAND MADE URNS (PHOTOS COMING SOON)
Caskets vary in size depending on the size of your pet. Engraving or a photo can be added if desired
CARDBOARD COFFINS (PHOTOS COMING SOON)
A cardboard coffin for returning them to the ground.
CERAMIC CONTAINERS (PHOTOS COMING SOON)
Sealed Ceramic Containers with your Pets name on the container.
WATER BURIALS (PHOTOS COMING SOON)
Many families wish to scatter the ashes of their loved one at sea. The weather at sea can often be unpredictable making scattering ashes on a windy day a difficult experience. Life Cycle Deep Ocean urns allow you to gently place the ashes into the water. Made from 100% biodegradable paper and cornstarch, the urn begins to break down within minutes of being placed out at sea