The largest coffee cans will house only approximately 185 cubic inches of volume. This may make it unsuitable for whole cremated remains unless the deceased weighed less than 185 pounds in life.
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Late 20th-century vintage Folgers coffee tins sourced from an online auction with a very difficult-to-find blue lid from a Maxwell House brand. This can has good structural integrity but show signs of age and prior use such as rust and scuff marks. Oddly, this can has never been opened and has what we assume a person might call coffee on the inside. The lid has a split. While this allows it to seat solidly on the can, it will not create as airtight of a seal but cremated remains should be sealed in a plastic bag that would be placed within anyhow. Both have been cleaned from their previous lives of drudgery to serve as a prop replica for display or as a functioning urn for cremated remains.
The special part about 003 and 004 is that they have the privilege of resting on a display that was fabricated from an orange bowling ball like Donny Kerabatsos'.
Wondering why a company that focuses on heartfelt, handmade urns would do something as weird as assemble, create, and auction this object? Find out why.
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