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Jewelry Casket 3

Jewelry Casket 3

Brass Jewelry Casket, Ca. 1500 Salzburg

Brass Jewelry Casket, Ca.

A beautiful, handmade burial shroud for a natural return to the earth from which…

A green burial – or natural burial – is defined as a burial alternative that allows the body to be returned to the earth and naturally recycled into new life without the use of toxic embalming fluids, metal caskets and concrete vaults.

Box with Unicorn | Northern European | The Met

Box with Unicorn Date: century Culture: Northern European Dimensions: Overall: 4 x 13 x 7 in. x 34 x cm) Classification: Woodwork-Furniture Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 1955 Accession Number:

Jewelry Casket 5

pudełko - jakieś minnekasten - It's a French casket made of wood but decorated with iron mounts and incised leather h: 4 w: 9 d: 7

Coffret  Place of origin: France (made)  Date: 1300-1400 (made)  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques: Oak, covered with painted leather with iron fittings

Coffret

Coffret Place of origin: France (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Oak, covered with painted leather with iron fittings

Jewelry Casket 4

Carved ivory casket, German (Cologne), A. The carved images show scenes from the courtship of Tristan and Isolde.

The Repose Bamboo Green Casket V is hand woven from sustainably-raised bamboo grown on licensed farms and lined with pure, soft cotton fabric. This biodegradable casket is made from 100% natural materials, no glues or metal fasteners, making it perfect for cremation or a green burial. Green burials are becoming more popular, they are seen as a way to give a person back to the earth in a natural and dignified way.  Color variations are normal in natural caskets.

The Repose Bamboo Green Casket V. I want a green burial.

Burgundy velvet pouch with six tassels, based on an effigy at Bakewell Church, Derbyshire>>Was I there with Connie??

Burgundy velvet pouch with six tassels, based on an effigy at Bakewell Church, Derbyshire>>Was I there with Connie?

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