A shroud is a last embrace.
In Belgium, it's possible to be buried or cremated
in a shroud.
The use of a shroud is an age-old custom.
Covered in soft fabric instead of a coffin,
the body is given back to nature.
However, in our culture death is often tucked away.
A shroud is a natural way of saying goodbye,
You cover your loved one, one last time.
A close connection.
Space is given to intimacy and affection.
It reduces the distance between then and now, the here and there.
1. 3 women's arms and 3 men's arms are embroidered on this shroud.
2. The palms of 2 male hands are depicted on the pillow inside,
this is where the head of the deceased is laid down.
3. The 2 children's hands
(or very small women's hands)
are the upper hands of the
shroud, covering the head.
delivery: immediatly available
The shroud is made from belgian wool.
Each arm represents a loved one.
1. The family is guided so
that everything runs smoothly.
2. You can personalize the shroud by choosing how many and
which arms are depicted.
3. As part of the ritual,
we can complete the shroud at home
with the members of the family
who want to.
We work 3 to 4 hours.
This is possible but not necessary.
4. In this way the shroud becomes your own and you can do the farewell ritual.
We can work quick.
delivery: minimum 3 days
CONTACT US FOR A CUSTOMIZED QUOTE.
You choose a standard model or a personalized model.
The order goes through your undertaker.
Because of practical reasons, a carrier is required for the body to rest upon.
It has handles that are used to move the body.
You can buy this through the undertaker, on the internet or you can make your own.
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