Casket

A casket, or jewelry box is a term for a container that is usually larger than a box, and smaller than a chest, and in the past was typically decorated.

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The Casket
... The Casket is a weekly paper published in Antigonish, Nova Scotia by Brace Publishing Limited, which acquired the independent newspaper in 2012 ... The previous owners of The Casket were Casket Printing and Publishing Company ...
The Unknown Warrior - History - Selection, Arrival and Ceremony
... undertakers entered the castle library and placed the coffin into a casket of the oak timbers of trees from Hampton Court Palace ... The casket was banded with iron and a medieval crusader's sword, chosen by the king personally from the Royal Collection, was affixed to the top and ... The casket was then placed onto a French military wagon, drawn by six black horses ...
Soledad's Sister - Summary
... The novel starts in a cloudy August night when a casket bearing the corpse of one who is identified as Aurora V ... Along the way, their vehicle along with the casket is stolen by notorious carnapper known as Boy Alambre ... In the end, Soledad's casket, is discovered by Boy Alambre ...
Casket - History
... Caskets are often made in precious materials, such as gold, silver or ivory ... In ancient East Asia, caskets often made in wood, china, or covered with selk ... Some of these caskets could be collected as decorative boxes ...
L. J. Greenberg - Delayed Burial
... The casket containing his ashes arrived in Haifa in November 1931, but the Orthodox rabbinate in Jerusalem insisted that since Jewish law prohibits cremation, it ... one of Weizmann's aides, suggested burying the casket in Herbert Bentwich's private garden near Mount Scopus ... By May 1932, the casket was still in the customs office in Haifa, and officials threatened to throw it out if something was not done about it ...