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Victorian Carnation Style Metal Casket Collection Just Released by China Casket Manufacturer MillionaireCasket.com

August 18, 2013

MillionaireCasket.com, a China-based casket company, has recently unveiled its Victorian carnation style metal casket collection (http://www.millionairecasket.com/victorian-carnation/) to its catalog, and planned its international market share.

(PRWEB) August 18, 2013

MillionaireCasket.com, a China-based casket company, has recently unveiled its Victorian carnation style metal casket collection (http://www.millionairecasket.com/victorian-carnation/) to its catalog, and planned its international market share.

According to Zoe Wong, CEO of the company, these Victorian carnation style metal caskets are made from bronze, copper and stainless steel. They are made in 16, 18, or 20 gauge metal. MillionaireCasket.com’s products are very popular in the market. They can be made in a variety of thickness and weight. Further information about the construction, specification, exterior fittings and interior suites can be available from the sales staff of the company.

Zoe Wong said, “The majority of metal caskets available on the market today are known as protective caskets. This terminology reflects that they are manufactured with a one-piece rubber gasket that runs around the inner lid of the casket. Our Victorian carnation style metal caskets are 100% manufactured with the high-quality craftsmanship and materials. Their renowned durability proves, year after year, to be a great comfort to love-ones.”

About MillionaireCasket.com

MillionaireCasket.com is a leading casket manufacturer from China, and focuses on the business of casket wholesale. This company offers an exquisitely crafted line of all kinds of metal caskets, solid wood caskets, veneer caskets, cremation caskets, rental caskets, orthodox caskets, infant or over-sized caskets and European style coffins. The standard quality control policy is strictly applied here, and a third party quality assurance is also available.

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