Coffins and Caskets
Darragh Walsh Funeral Directors offers a comprehensive range of coffins to suit all budgets, ranging from traditional coffins to more modern designs. Our coffins are high-quality and extremely well crafted, ensuring a secure and comfortable final resting place for your deceased loved one.
Our coffins are made from both imported and native wood and are always built by master craftsman. As well as supplying a full selection of wooden and wicker traditional coffins and caskets, we offer a range of modern, eco-friendly coffins and caskets.
If you need to organise a headstone for a new or existing grave, we work closely with local headstone providers and can steer you in the right direction with plenty of recommendations and advice if necessary.
Pine Coffins and Caskets
Pine coffins and caskets are a popular choice with families, providing a simple, minimalist resting place for your deceased loved one. Pine is a popular casket material as it is quite eco-friendly. As well as this, as it is a lighter wood it is usually a cheaper option than some of the other, heavier materials.
Wicker Coffins and Caskets
Wicker coffins and caskets are extremely beautiful, often chosen for their unique, hand-crafted look. These coffins are often manufactured using Irish Willow, making them a very eco-friendly option for your family.
Oak Coffins and Caskets
Solid oak is an extremely durable material, and a very popular choice for coffins and caskets. Oak coffins and caskets are a traditional choice, and usually look quite sleek, sturdy and simple.
Eco-Friendly Coffins and Caskets
Darragh Walsh Funeral Directors knows that being eco-conscious is extremely important to many people which is why we offer a range of eco-friendly coffins and caskets to choose from.
These coffins can be buried traditionally, but are made using eco-friendly, natural material.
Mahogany Coffins and Caskets
Mahogany coffins and caskets are often considered to be some of the most elegantly and professionally crafted coffin and casket types, and are extremely long-lasting and durable, too. Mahogany coffins and caskets are usually stained a deep brown, providing a classy and comfortable final resting place for your loved one.
COFFINS AND CASKETS FAQ
What is the difference between a coffin and a casket?
The only difference between a coffin and casket is the shape. Coffins are tapered at the bottom while caskets are rectangular in shape.
How much does a coffin cost?
The price of a coffin varies depending on the make and material that you’re looking for. Darragh Walsh Funeral Directors supplies a range of coffins to suit every budget.
What are coffins made of?
There are a range of different materials that coffins can be made from, including wood, steel and fibreglass. The most popular coffin material in Ireland is wood.