Metal caskets are usually constructed from bronze, copper or stainless steel and are available in a wide variety of styles, designs, colors and prices.
Both elegant and exquisite, bronze caskets are the strongest and longest lasting casket material. The sculptures featured in the National Statuary Hall Collection inside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC are fashioned from this beautiful alloy. Bronze, a semi-precious metal alloy, is resistant to corrosion.
A precious metal, copper caskets are stronger than stainless steel and are known for their beauty. The Statue of Liberty is a beautiful sculpture made of this corrosion resistant material.
Stainless steel caskets provides both strength and corrosion resistance at a more economical price.
Carbon steel caskets are the most economical of the metal caskets.
Metal caskets can be personalized to reflect the life of your loved one in various ways. When planning a funeral, your funeral director will explain all your options to you and show you samples of the different types of caskets available.