One moment in life we’re never ready for nor can avoid is the death of someone close to us. Sadly, we are never prepared to losesomeonewe love. Having to make important decisions won’t make it easier, either.
At Trusted Caskets, our team members are professional and ready to helpyou when choosing a casket. We know that it isn't easy to select a casket or a coffin, but we do our best to make the process as stress-free as possible. In addition, we’re aware that everything about caskets is new to you, so we’re providing you with our expert guidance every step of the way.
The variety of casket models canmake everything even more difficult, and we suggest you start with the color of the casket. For example,silver casketsare some of our clients’ most preferred models. The information down below helps you make a clear idea aboutsilver caskets and silver coffins—this guide can help you to choose.
The reasons to take a look at the silver caskets?
Many aspects matter when selecting a casket; material, hardware, interior, and price are the most important to consider. However, color is a perfect starting point, especially when you don’t have any prior knowledge about caskets or coffins.
Silver has been a distinguished color for years. When we think of silver, we think of wealth, glamour, modernity, elegance, and grace. Yet, as a metal, silver relates to everything that is refined, sleek, innovative, and sophisticated.
Silver caskets - why do they stand out?
In many cultures, silver’s reflective ability has been seen as a mirror to the soul. In a way, the silver color lets us see ourselves the same way as other people do. Silver invites communication and supports self-expression and confidence. Let's not forget about the "silver-tongued" term, which describes people who speak with confidence, wit, and incredible vigor.
Silver caskets are often associated with prestige and wealth. It speaks of glamour and elegance, which is why prestigious and highly acclaimed people are buried insilver caskets. However, unlike gold and bronze, silver is much more relaxed. People who were acclaimed but kept their distance from others to protect their privacy choose silver caskets orsilver coffins.
Regardless of what one may think, silver is highly versatile and associated with innovation, affluence, and modernity.
How to match silver caskets?
Since silver balances black and white, this neutral color works wonderfully with most colors and schemes. Silver will highlight and reflect the energy of any colors you choose to combine with. Flower arrangements in pastel colors enhance silver’s beauty. Light shades of pink, purple, blue, green, yellow, and purple look impressive withsilver caskets and silver coffins. In our caskets inventory, we have a beautiful silver-rose casket.
What comes next?
At Trusted Caskets, one of our representatives will be able to provide you with all the details about our silver caskets and prices. Apart from color, other aspects give value to a casket and matter when selecting it.
18 Gauge steel and 20 Gauge steel are the most common materials for silver caskets. Moreover, there is also stainless steel silver caskets as well. They are durable and beautiful at the same time.
Crepe makes for the most common material for the interior caskets, but we believe that velvet suits the elegant silver a lot better. Pink velvet, white crepe, and white velvet are some of the most elegant and beautiful interiors for our silver caskets.
Silver hardware is the most common choice forsilver caskets. You can always check out our silver rose caskets with lovely gold accents.
At Trusted Caskets, we strive to help you find a casket you like within your set price. One of our team members can help you navigate our options.
We know that choosing thecasket is noteasy. However, at Trusted Caskets, we have the utmost understanding and compassion for you and your loss, and we can help you choose the rightcasket. Call us for further details!