This solid poplar casket is one of Dracula's favorites. You'll see this casket in TV and motion pictures. It is ebony satin on the outside. The one-piece lid is highly polished on the inside. This type of casket is called a toe-pincher. It is widest at the elbows and narrowest at the feet. Herring bone beading is placed on the lid and in rectangular patterns on the sides. The special silver shaded black handles are over 50 years old. Other colors and styles can be custom made.
The interior is a full shirr in burgundy velvet. It has a full shirr pillow shaped to match the contour of the casket, full lining and a foot pillow for "extra comfort."