Death. It’s as inevitable as taxes and infinitely more sad. But when you go, you should go in style. Star Trek urns have been a fact of death since 2010. Now, fans can rest in peace while asserting their love of Star Wars.
Urns for Ashes.co.uk makes urns for fans of both light and dark sides of the Force. Fans can rest their ashes in a Darth Vader urn, a Death Star urn or a Princess Leia urn. Each one costs £150 (currently $223), and the site says that the urns will be delivered free by TIE fighter.
This will give Carrie Fisher, who played Princess Leia turned, more fodder for her comedy writing. Her likeness has appeared on a variety of products, including a bottle of shampoo and a Pez dispenser.
According to CNET, Urns for Ashes only started selling the urns in early November, but as the film’s Dec. 18, 2015, release date neared, requests for the urns jumped 300 percent.
Sadly, these Star Wars urns are no guarantee that your loved one will return as a Force ghost.
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