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Wood Caskets

Pine
Pine has been popular since colonial times. There are nearly 100 species of pine, ranging in color from pale yellow to light brown. Though not technically classified as a "hardwood," it is considered to be a durable wood, usually straight grained with an even texture.


Pine

Hardwood
Hardwood is a cost effective, yet attractive, solid wood product made from select wood species including poplar. Many hardwoods have a MemorySafe™ drawer and may be personalized by adding custom corners and personalized panels.


Hardwood ( Poplar )

Maple
Maple is valued for its strength, wear resistance and beauty, making it a popular choice for flooring, especially for heavy traffic areas such as in a ballroom. But it's also a popular material used in making caskets. Maple is evenly textured with a natural luster. While the grain is usually straight, it can also be wavy or curly.

Maple

Pecan
Prized for the delicious pecan nut, pecan trees also produce a strong and heavy hardwood. Pecan is light in color and is often found in the construction of beautiful furniture and architectural paneling.

Pecan

Mahogany
Mahogany is used extensively for high-grade furniture and cabinetry. It has a well-earned reputation because of its attractive grain pattern and beautiful natural luster. Many hardwoods have a MemorySafe™ drawer and may be personalized by adding custom corners and personalized panels. Hardwood caskets come in a variety of styles.


Mahogany

Walnut
Considered a wood of beauty, walnut boasts a striking grain color and pattern. Walnut is warm and inviting, dignified and elegant, and engenders a pride of ownership. Having a natural lustrous patina, walnut is also known for its strength and durability. Many hardwoods have a MemorySafe™ drawer and may be personalized by adding custom corners and personalized panels. Hardwood caskets come in a variety of styles.


Walnut

Cherry
If the legend holds true, George Washington was a visionary when he chopped down the cherry tree. Cherry has since grown to be one of the most popular of hardwoods. Because of its strength and stability, cherry is often used for burial caskets, paneling and gun stocks. Its rich, warm look and creamy, reddish color make it a favorite. Many hardwoods have a MemorySafe™ drawer and may be personalized by adding custom corners and personalized panels. Hardwood caskets come in a variety of styles.

Cherry

Oak
This durable wood is used for doors, paneling, home furnishings and caskets. Oak has a prominent grain pattern that can be either tight or coarse, depending on the species. Many hardwoods have a MemorySafe™ drawer and may be personalized by adding custom corners and personalized panels. Hardwood caskets come in a variety of styles.

Oak