Custom coffins

, posted: 3-Apr-2007 20:12

eShopAfrica has many, many cool things from Ghana in West Africa, like clothes, carvings, textiles, jewellery and musical instruments, but they also carry a mean line in custom coffins. Here's a Lion coffin that would look spectacular at any funeral:
Lion Coffin

For more contemporary and casual burials, there's the trainer coffin:
Trainer Coffin
Not made in a Nike sweatshop!

If you're a more formal person, check out the black leather shoe coffin:
Leather Shoe coffin
Take some time to polish it though, I reckon.

Graeme Burton would probably like to go six feet under in this fetching gun coffin rather than spend the next twenty-six years in prison:
Gun Coffin

For Geekzoners, this one feels completely right:
Nokia Coffin
Yes - it's a Nokia coffin. Mauricio might prefer a Windows Mobile model though, but that's no problem, since it appears just about any kind of custom coffin can by made by eShopAfrica's remarkable carpenters.

I'm not sure how much they cost - probably over US$1,000 each - but eShopAfrica says they're made out of dried and treated hardwood and can take up three months to make.

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