The focal part of the interior which fills the inside of the crown, sometimes bordered by the roll (cove); may be referred to as the panel.
no transverse cut
head panel is raised with ogee hinged to fold out to display interior of casket
a component part of the casket interior which is inside the head portion of the cap; no distinction is made between the head panel and foot panel in full couch caskets
A component part of the casket interior which is inside the foot portion of the cap.
Functional or ornamental covering that usually covers the foot end of the casket in the full couch casket-may be located at both the head and foot of the full couch casket
Roll, Cove, Puffing
A component part of the casket interior which lines the rim (ogee) and surrounds the cap panel.
a strip of metal, plastic or cloth that is attached to the inside of the panel, covering the area at which point the roll is anchored
Throw, Overthrow, Overlay
the aesthetic covering for the foot cap or inner foot panel of the casket
The lining attached to the under surface of the foot panel of the casket and/or component part of the throw which extends downward into the body of the casket.
The portion of the casket interior that extends over the top body molding for the aesthetic value
The portion of the casket upon which the deceased human remains are placed. May be stationary or adjustable.
Interior cloth or material which covers the mattress or bedding of the casket.
Material that drapes the inside perimeter of the body of the casket.
that portion of the casket interior covering that hinges that attach the casket cap to the casket body
Clothe bag filled with soft material used to support the head of the deceased.
Piece of fabric used to cover the body of the deceased, especially the lower legs and feet when displayed in a full open casket.
Shirred, Crushed, Tufted, Tailored, Semi-Tailored, Specialty head panels
What are the six styles of casket interiors?
A style of casket interior in which the material is drawn or gathered in parallel fashion in a particular sewing process-multiple needles, usually 7-9
A form of casket interior created by placing the lining material on a metal form, weights added, the material steamed and then attached to a suitable upholstery (backing) material
A style of casket interior created by placing a padding material between a lining material and a backing material, with subsequent stitches taken, forming small raised puffs, carriage tufting and biscuit tufting are the two most common types used in caskets.
A tightly drawn form of casket interior style-no wrinkles.
a combination of a tailored interior with one or more other styles of interior, for effect.