Products

Take the time to explore our wide range of available products to get an idea of what might best suit your preferences and budget. Please call us with any questions or concerns, or to discuss your options in further detail so that we can assist you in finding the right product for you and your loved one.

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23rd Psalm

A solid poplar casket, the "23rd Psalm" features a khaki basketweave interior. Poplar or "Tulipwood" comes from a variety of species of Liriodendron, and is commonly used for furniture making, especially cabinets.  "The Lord is my Shepherd" is inscribed around the edges to bring the comfort of the best-known Psalm of King David.

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Aberdeen Starlite Bronze

Bronze, a semi-precious material and an alloy of copper and either zinc or tin, is the strongest and longest lasting of any casket construction material. Bronze is resistant to corrosive elements, an important consideration in selecting a casket. The Aberdeen Starlite bronze caskets are available with a hand-applied natural brushed finish. Bronze makes an elegant, exquisite remembrance. 

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Akron Oak

A very hard, heavy and strong wood, oak is durable and readily takes a great variety of fine finishes. The grain patterns of any two trees are never exactly alike, providing an individuality not found in other casket materials. Caskets of oak have a natural warmth and beauty that are the marks of quality and prestige

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Augusta

Copper is considered a precious metal.  You can see evidence of its longevity in the still standing monuments of the ancient world. Copper also resists corrosion. It is one-third stronger than stainless steel and available in 32-ounce weight. The Augusta is brushed and the finishes are applied by skilled artisans. This feminine version acessess the winter bloom color pattern to add beauty to the duribility of this casket.

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Berkley

20 gauge steel casket, brown in color with a rosetan interior

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Blue Brushed

Stainless steel is a generic term that refers to a number of different steels that are composed of an alloy of carbon steel containing 10% or more chromium. Nickel and other chemical elements are also used in the formulation of various types of stainless steel. The Blue Brushed features an exquisite hand brushed shell in blue and silver that exudes dignity. The interior is blue bellaire crepe with stiched praying hands design. 

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Brighton Midnight Blue

The Midnight Blue is an eighteen gauge steel casket.  Eighteen gauge steel is thicker and sturdier then twenty guage steel.  The Midnight Blue features a deep blue glossy finish with light blue bellaire crepe interior and silver hardware.

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Brushed Hyacinth

The Brushed Hyacinth is a brushed stainless steel casket.  Stainless steel is a generic term that refers to a number of different steels that are composed of an alloy of carbon steel containing 10% or more chromium. Nickel and other chemical elements are also used in the formulation of various types of stainless steel.  The Brushed Hyacinth also features a pink bellaire crepe interior with a stiched floral motiff.

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Burrelson Blue

 The Burrelson is a classic and simple twenty gauge steel.  A light blue color on both the casket and interior compliment each other.

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Carey Coral Mist

A delicate feminine casket in white and pink with a pink interior. The Coral Mist is made from eighteen gauge steel with a high gloss finish. Eighteen gauge steel is thicker and sturdier than twenty gauge and this casket features a rose motif on the corners.

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Carlyle

Copper is considered a precious metal.  You can see evidence of its longevity in the still standing monuments of the ancient world. Copper also resists corrosion. It is one-third stronger than stainless steel and available in 32-ounce weight. The Princeton is brushed and the finishes are applied by skilled artisans. This natural and precious metal expresses a remarkable life.

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Charcoal

The charcoal is a twenty-gauge casket with silver stationary bars.  The black exterior and hardware is contrasted by the white crepe interior.   

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Christina

20 gauge orchid casket with silver shading and a pink crepe interior

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Conwell Black Cashmere

The Conwell Black Cashmere is an eighteen gauge steel casket. Eighteen gauge steel is thicker and sturdier then twenty gauge steel.  The Conwell Black Cashmere also features a beautiful coppertone brushed lid accented by a creme basket weave interior.  The Conwell Black Cashmere is very stately, yet subtle.

 

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Dakota Poplar

Poplar or "Tulipwood" comes from a variety of species of Liriodendron, and is commonly used for furniture making, especially cabinets. The Dakota Poplar has an inlay pattern carved around both the top and bottom of the casket.  The rosetan interior perfectly compliments the natural tones of the wood.  

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Decatur Pine

  Pines are among the most commercially important of tree species, valued for their timber and wood pulp throughout the world.  Pine wood is widely used in high-value carpentry items.  The Decatur features a light natural stain for the classic "pine chest" look.

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Dunham White

Elegant and simple, the Dunham White appeals to many without becoming overstated.  The white interior and finish is contrasted by the classic gold colored hardware and rail.  The Dunham White is a twenty gauge steel casket.

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Freedom

18 gauge steel Navy Blue casket with gold banding around the top and bottom of the casket. The dark blue interior is fashioned from the same material the Air Force and Army uniforms are made of.

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Glenwood "Going Home"

The Glenwood is a gorgeous solid poplar casket featuring a medium stain finish.  The interior highlights a hand stiched "Going Home" panel insert.

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Hunter Oak

A very hard, heavy and strong wood, oak is durable and readily takes a great variety of fine finishes. The grain patterns of any two trees are never exactly alike, providing an individuality not found in other casket materials.  The Hunter adds an induvidual flair to the interior as well with a camoflauge pattern and buck panel inlay.

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Hyacinth

18 gauge brushed orchid with pink crepe interior adorned with four roses in the head panel

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Keystone Rollex

The Keystone Rollex is a brushed eighteen gauge casket in black and silver with silver basketweave interior.  Eighteen gauge steel is thicker and sturdier then twenty guage steel.  The Rollex is casket that shows an appreciation for both simplicity and sophistication.  

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Lakeview Poplar

Poplar or "Tulipwood" comes from a variety of species of Liriodendron, and is commonly used for furniture making.   The light natural finish helps bring out the unique grain in the poplar and is complimented by the white interior.

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Lansing

The Lansing is a simple 20 gauge casket that is nutmeg in color, highlighted by copper hardware with rosetan crepe interior.

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Manchester Cherry

One of the most popular species for casket construction, cherry wood is light, which makes it suitable for a variety of lustrous finishes like the Manchester's glossy natural stain. Used extensively in fine furniture, cherry is found from the Dakotas to Maine and the Appalachians.. It is strong, hard and beautiful.

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Marshall

Solid Mahogany with a high gloss finish accented with a button tufted interior. Truly a Masterpiece!

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Milford

Poplar casket with a beautiful walnut satin finish. Interior is a rosetan crepe

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Patriot

This is a magnificent 18 gauge steel casket that is ebony in color with a gold band around the top and bottom. The ebony interior is fashioned from the same material that Marine uniforms are made of.

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Princess Hyacinth

The Princess Hyacinth is a stainless steel casket worthy of royalty.  Stainless steel contains various other alloys designed to resist rust and corrosion, such as chromium and nickel.  The Princess features a pink velvet interior and hand brushed exterior in hyacinth and silver.  The princess is designed for those who appreciate the finer things in life.

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Princeton Light Brush Copper

Copper is considered a precious metal.  You can see evidence of its longevity  in the original copper roofs and pipes which survive in the world's great architectural gems. Copper also resists corrosion. It is one-third stronger than stainless steel and available in 32-ounce weight. The Princeton is brushed and the finishes are applied by skilled artisans. This natural and precious metal expresses a remarkable life.

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Regency Dark Brushed

The Regency Dark Brushed is a stainless steel casket.  Stainless steel is a generic term that refers to a number of different steels that are composed of an alloy of carbon steel containing 10% or more chromium. Nickel and other chemical elements are also used in the formulation of various types of stainless steel.  The Regency Dark Brushed is silver with black swingbar accent, polished metal hardware, and velvet interior.  

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Sebring Pecan

The Sebring Pecan is stained pecan wood casket. The pecan tree is a species of hickory tree and the name"Pecan" is from an Algonquian word, meaning a nut requiring a stone to crack. The pecan trees are native to North America, making this a purely american traditional casket.

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Silver Hammertone

20 gauge silver casket with hammertome finish. Interior is a white satin.

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Southern Pecan

The Southern Pecan is light stained pecan wood casket. The pecan tree is a species of hickory tree and the name"Pecan" is from an Algonquian word, meaning a nut requiring a stone to crack. The pecan trees are native to North America, making this a purely american traditional wood casket.

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Stanwyck

Copper is considered a precious metal.  You can see evidence of its longevity in the original copper roofs and pipes which survive in the world's great architectural gems. Copper also resists corrosion. It is one-third stronger than stainless steel and available in 32-ounce weight. The Stanwyck is brushed and the finishes are applied by skilled artisans. The Stanwyck features a diamond blue color pattern and blue velvet interior that displays a sense of dignity and achievement.

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Taupe

18 gauge steel casket taupe in color with a pink crepe interior with flowers adorning the headpanel

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Tidewater

The Tidewater is a brushed eighteen gauge casket in dark copper with rosetan crepe interior.  Eighteen gauge steel is thicker and sturdier then twenty guage steel.  

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Weston II Poplar

The Weston II Poplar  showcases a gorgeous medium stain wood and bright silvery hardware. Interior is a rosetan crepe  

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Wilton Veteran's

Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage.  These values are reflected in this eighteen gauge casket.  The two tone shaded silver is reserved, yet attractive.  The patriotic hardware and the Stars and Stripes further display the pride of being a veteran.