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Noble Stainless Steel Casket$2,995.00 Add to cart
Spruce 18 Gauge Steel Casket$1,495.00 Add to cart
Noble Blue Brush 18 Gauge Steel Casket$1,795.00 Add to cart
Liberty Stainless Steel Casket$2,995.00 Add to cart
Lady Guadalupe Blue 20 Gauge Steel Casket$1,195.00 Add to cart
Sky Blue with “Going Home” Head Panel$1,495.00 Add to cart
Empire Blue 20 Gauge Steel Casket$1,195.00 Add to cart
Beloved 18 Gauge Steel Casket$1,995.00 Add to cart
Caspian 18 Gauge Steel Premium Casket$1,595.00 Add to cart
Cobalt 20 Gauge Steel Casket$1,195.00 Add to cart
What does a blue casket mean?
The color blue for a casket can have various meanings as it is a versatile color! It can represent trust, loyalty, honesty, peace, tranquility, and heaven. In the case of a casket, blue can even take on the literal meaning of “feeling blue.”
Why choose a blue casket?
Choosing a color for your loved one’s casket is deeply personal. Whatever the reason you have for choosing a blue casket for your loved one, blue is a great choice as it gives off a calming feeling of peace for everyone during a difficult time.
How much does it cost to buy a casket?
While there is no one answer to this question, we can say that our prices are generally much lower than those of a funeral home. This is because we sell directly to the consumer and do not have the overhead costs of a funeral home. We can pass these savings on to our customers.
For a quality blue casket, you can expect to pay anywhere from $1,195 to $2,995. This is significantly cheaper than the average funeral home, which charges between $5,000 and $10,000 for a casket.
What are other colors besides blue for my casket?
There are many colors to choose from when selecting a casket, including gold, red, pink, purple, green, silver, and more. Some other popular choices include black, white, and gray. These colors are often seen as more traditional and respectful. View our in-stock casket colors, or we can customize a casket to match almost any special color that you can imagine.