Women in Glass Coffins

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Design coffins in Ghana , also called fantasy coffins or figurative coffins, are only made by specialized carpenters in the Greater Accra Region. But as Regula Tschumi shows with her recent research this assumption was false.

Design coffins have existed already before Kane Kwei and other Ga carpenters like Ataa Oko from La have built their first figurative coffins around And as those chiefs who were using figurative palanquins had to be buried in a coffin looking like their palanquin, their families used figurative coffins which were formerly nothing else than the copies of the design palanquins. Today figurative coffins are of course no more reserved for the traditional Ga and their kings, many families who use figurative coffins are indeed Christians.

For them design coffins have no longer a spiritual function, their appeal is more aesthetic, aimed at surprising mourners with strikingly innovative forms like automobiles or aeroplanes, fish or pigs, onions or tomatoes. With the resurgence of cremation in the Western world , manufacturers have begun providing options for those who choose cremation.

For a direct cremation a cardboard box is sometimes used.

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Those who wish to have a funeral visitation sometimes called a viewing or traditional funeral service will use a coffin of some sort. Some choose to use a coffin made of wood or other materials like particle board or low-density fibreboard. Others will rent a regular casket for the duration of the services. These caskets have a removable bed and liner which is replaced after each use. There are also rental caskets with an outer shell that looks like a traditional coffin and a cardboard box that fits inside the shell.

At the end of the services the inner box is removed and the deceased is cremated inside this box. Traditionally, in the Western world, a coffin was made, when required, by the village carpenter , who would frequently manage the whole funeral. The design and workmanship would reflect the skills of that individual carpenter, with the materials and brasses being the materials that were available at the time.

In past centuries, if a pauper's funeral was paid for by the parish , the coffin might have been made of the cheapest, thinnest possible pine. At the other extreme, a coffin bought privately by a wealthy individual might have used yew or mahogany with a fine lining, plated fittings and brass decorations, topped with a decorated velvet drape.

In modern times coffins are almost always mass-produced. Some manufacturers do not sell directly to the public, and only work with funeral homes. In that case, the funeral director usually sells the casket to a family for a deceased person as part of the funeral services offered, and the price of the casket is included in the total bill for services rendered. Some funeral homes have small showrooms to present families with the available caskets that could be used for a deceased family member. In many modern funeral homes the showroom will consist of sample pieces that show only the end pieces of each type of coffin that can be used.

They also include samples of the lining and other materials.

This allows funeral homes to showcase a larger number of coffin styles without the need for a larger showroom. Other types may be available from a catalogue, including decorative paint effects or printed photographs or patterns. Under a United States federal regulation, 16 CFR Part known as the Funeral Rule , if a family provides a casket they purchased elsewhere for example from a United States retail warehouse store, as illustrated here , the establishment is required to accept the casket and use it in the services. If the casket is delivered direct to the funeral home from the manufacturer or store, they are required to accept delivery of the casket.

The funeral home may not add any extra charges or fees to the overall bill if a family decides to purchase a casket elsewhere. If the casket was bought from the funeral home, these regulations require bills to be completely itemized. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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