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Wood caskets can be made from a huge variety of woods. Among the most popular woods are mahogany, walnut, cherry, maple, oak, pecan, popular, and pine. Wooden caskets are a natural and environmentally sound choice, and often selected for their warmth, beauty, and uniqueness.
Mahogany caskets are the choice of families who appreciate and cherish the qualities of natural mahogany. The warmth, beauty, and personality it brings to fine furniture makes this material ideally suited for caskets as well. Utilizing the finest materials and expert craftsmanship, our casket manufacturer ensures that each mahogany casket is a masterpiece. With a mahogany casket, you’ll find there is no substitute for quality, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. See our selection of solid mahogany caskets by clicking here.
Walnut is a heavy, hard, strong wood with a medium to coarse texture. The wood is generally straight-grained, but sometimes with wavy or curly grain that produces an attractive and decorative figure. Walnut develops a rich patina that grows more lustrous with age. See our selection of solid walnut caskets by clicking here.
Solid cherry caskets bring a classic, elegant look to any funeral. One of the richest tones is the red of cherry wood. They offer one of the warmest, richest aesthetics available. These extremely durable cherry wood caskets are handcrafted like a fine piece of furniture and contain unique grain patterns. There is a high-gloss finish on the outside and a white velvet material on the inside. Select the timeless look of a cherry wood casket and set the tone for a regal funeral. See our selection of solid cherry caskets by clicking here.
Tough, heavy, and hard, maple is a straight-grained wood that ranges from creamy white to pink-tinged to a light reddish-brown.
Maple is particularly resistant to abrasion and wear, and is used to manufacture caskets as well as flooring, furniture, interiors, cabinetry, and decorative veneers. See our selection of solid maple caskets by clicking here.
Oak is highly resistant to water and other liquids, and is often used in shipbuilding.
It’s a heavy, hard, strong wood with a coarse texture and a straight grain. The heartwood ranges from a rich, light brown to dark brown. See our selection of solid oak caskets by clicking here.
Poplar caskets represent the most economical category of solid wood caskets. Poplar caskets are available in a wide variety of finish colors and polishes which provides a broad and flexible number of choices in this category. See our selection of solid poplar caskets by clicking here.
Veneer caskets have the same wood grain finish of solid wood caskets. The veneer are thin slices of wood less than 3 mm thick and then affixed to a wood base. See our selection of polar veneer caskets by clicking here.