Each coffin is individually handmade from beautiful solid wood.
Here is just a small selection. Available in a wide variety of woods and finishes to suit all tastes.
A solid Mahogany coffin with raised lid panel sides and panel ends, metal brass finished handles, wreath holders and nameplate. Fully lined in satin frill.
A solid light Oak Casket complete with raised lid, router panel sides, panel ends and solid oak corner pillars. A one piece metal brass finished bar handle, wreath holders and nameplate. Fully lined in satin casket set. Also available in Mahogany.
A solid dark Oak coffin with raised lid, panel sides and panel ends, metal brass finished handles, wreath holders and nameplate. Fully lined in satin frill.
A solid wood, high gloss deep Mahogany finish coffin featuring a carved scene depicting ‘The Last Supper’. Four Metal brass handles, crucifix and nameplate. Fully lined in satin frill.
A solid light Oak coffin with raised lid, panel sides and panel ends, metal brass finished handles, wreath holders and nameplate.
Fully lined in satin frill.
Head of Christ
A solid Oak or solid Mahogany high gloss finish coffin with a carved panel depicting ‘The Head of Christ’. Four swing bar handles, nameplate and crucifix. Fully lined in satin frill.
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