Holy Family Blue Casket with Chrome Hardware
A casket serves as the final resting place for your loved one. These beautiful Devotional designed caskets are accented on top with one-of-a-kind artwork from the world's leading Masters from CromoNB of Italy.
The stunning Holy Family image is applied to the top of the casket. All sides of the casket are in a blue hand-brushed finish with subtle gilt highlights. This gasketed casket follows the half-couch design which features a bedding system. It is adorned with a creme velvet interior in classic design and includes a matching pillow and throw. The exterior is decorated with sculpted square corners, brushed chrome-tone pieta ornamentation and accessories with full handle bars. Metal caskets are appealing to many people due to the wide variety of styles, designs and colors.
Caskets are offered with 3 options:
- 20 Gauge Steel with Hardware (No Sealer)
- 20 Gauge Steel with Hardware with Sealer
- 18 Gauge Steel with Hardware with Sealer
PRICE INCLUDED SHIPPING TO LOWER 48. Allow 8 - 10 business days for delivery to Funeral home. During Holidays, shipping delays may occur.
All Caskets are custom made in USA, except Serene Caskets.
Caskets are constructed from sturdy 20 gauge or 18 gauge steel, with or without a sealer. The smaller the number the thicker the steel.
Each devotional Casket is licensed by Cromo NB of Italy.
Cromo NB (Milan Italy) For nearly 100- years, Cromo NB (Milan Italy) has been the home of many of the world’s leading contemporary Masters of Fine Art. In our website you will see many original renderings created by Simeone, Bianchi, Secchi, and Bonelli. These Fine Artists were among the many notable contemporary Masters who found their way to Cromo NB during this last century. As a result, the fine art produced by Cromo NB is among the best and most recognizable in our Catholic community throughout the World! We have one of the largest independent copyrighted Italian Art Collection Available for your caskets.
The Holy Family - consists of the Child Jesus, the Virgin Mary, and Saint Joseph. The Holy Family became popular in art from the 1490s on, but veneration of the Holy Family was formally begun in the 17th century by Saint François de Laval, the first bishop of New France, who founded a confraternity.
The Feast of the Holy Family is a liturgical celebration in the Catholic Church, as well as in many Lutheran and Anglican churches, in honour of Jesus, His mother, and His foster father, Saint Joseph, as a family; it has been observed since 1921 when it was inserted by Pope Benedict XV. The primary purpose of this feast is to present the Holy Family as a model for Christian families. There are many churches dedicated to the Holy Family.
Weight: 181 lbs.
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Please call our office at (661) 345-7205 with any questions/concerns.