The Cambridge – Oak
In our range of traditional coffins we have this beautiful solid oak coffin with raised panel sides and ends, triple oak moulding, and a raised panel on the coffin lid. Illustrated with three six Oscar casket bar handles, a T piece at each end and six wreath holders. It will also have an engraved nameplate central on the lid. This is a beautiful coffin. Because its very heavy, it may not be suitable if the family are thinking of carrying!
The Cavendish – Utile
This solid wood ‘Utile’ coffin has decorative panel sides, and a raised panel on the lid. This model comes with 600/4 metal handles and has six wreath holder. The metal handles make it unsuitable for cremation, however there are plastic alternatives that look exactly the same. You can have this coffin, and all the others here, without the raised lid if you wish.
The Chiltern – Oak veneer traditional coffin
Of all the traditional coffins we stock, this is the most popular design. A plain and simple oak veneered coffin, with six handles and wreath holders. To be honest, this is the one we will try to “make” you select. It is the one we stock continually in this colour. Our current charge for this coffin is £525.00
The Chiltern – Oak veneer DM RL
A veneered oak coffin with double mouldings (DM) and a raised panel on the lid (RL). Illustrated here with 700/4 metal handles and six wreath holders. This coffin could be stained darker if you wish, and it could also have plastic handles.
The Canterbury – Oak veneer DM RL
This traditional coffin has pressed panel sides, pressed panel end sections, a raised lid, double mouldings, and here illustrated with Oscar bar and T-ends and six wreath holders. This is true oak veneer on MDF and if you compare it to the Cambridge coffin at the top of the page, you will see it is very similar, but considerably less expensive.
The Canterbury – Oak veneer raised lid traditional coffin
This is a beautiful coffin with pressed panel sides and ends, and a raised lid, and here illustrated with 300/7 and six wreath holders. This is true oak veneer on MDF and if you compare it to the Cambridge coffin at the top of the page, you will see it is very similar, but considerably less expensive.
The Canterbury – Sapele veneer DM RL
This coffin has pressed panel sides, ends, and double mouldings (DM). The lid is raised (RL) and here illustrated with Oscar bar and T-ends and six wreath holders. This is Sapele veneer on MDF for those who like the darker look.
The Last Supper – veneered Oak RL
This is a stained oak veneered coffin, with panelled sides, a Last Supper insert, and raised lid. Illustrated with 300/7 handles and, slightly unusually these days it has four wreath holders. These coffins are popular with, but not exclusive to the Catholic faith.
Crindon – Oak veneered casket DM RL
For those who like the alternative to a coffin “shape” this is an ideal choice. In traditional English Oak and with double mouldings and a raised lid, here fitted with six Oscar bar handles and T-ends, and wreath holders.
The Longdon – Oak veneered casket
In traditional English Oak veneer with routed panel sides and ends, double mouldings and corner posts. Here illustrated with six Oscar bar handles,T-ends, and wreath holders. This model is also available in solid oak and solid utile, and in darker stain,
The Aston – Oak casket
This traditional solid oak English casket has panel sides, ends and lid. It has solid Oak corner posts. Illustrated here with the extended casket bar handles. This is a beautiful casket. Hand finished to enhance the natural grain of the oak, and very heavy if the family plan to carry. It is also available in darker stains if you wish. The lid is hinged, and is illustrated below.