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New Mexico Brant

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Jul 6, 2016
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Santa Fe, New Mexico
www.BrantMackley.com
Very nice Walter! Wicker is an amazing material. It is the best value in coffins for anyone who is interested. As a kid growing up in the antiques business, I remember going to numerous estate auctions and there would be a wicker coffin that was auctioned-off. Apparently door to door salesmen would sell them. When the buyer met his/her passing, often family members were too embarrassed and would ignore the awaiting wicker coffin, hence a new shiny walnut or mahogany wood vessel was purchased. Even today, wicker is the bargain in funerary internment. I am thinking about adding one to my closet or attic for future use; will my children ignore my purchase?
https://www.cradletogravewillowcoffins.co.uk/willow-coffins/
They are even a better value if you search the inter-webs.
 
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dnc1

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Apr 1, 2016
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Very nice Walter! Wicker is an amazing material. It is the best value in coffins for anyone who is interested. As a kid growing up in the antiques business, I remember going to numerous estate auctions and there would be a wicker coffin that was auctioned-off. Apparently door to door salesmen would sell them. When the buyer met his/her passing, often family members were too embarrassed and would ignore the awaiting wicker coffin, hence a new shiny walnut or mahogany wood vessel was purchased. Even today, wicker is the bargain in funerary internment. I am thinking about adding one to my closet or attic for future use; will my children ignore my purchase?
https://www.cradletogravewillowcoffins.co.uk/willow-coffins/
They are even a better value if you search the inter-webs.
You're right @New Mexico Brant , they are increasingly popular over here, especially when combined with woodland burial sites. It's so expensive to die over here!
So I take it that these "rickshaws/trishaws" were extensively used at Palm Beach resort hotels?
 
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