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Transform your memories with a Butterfly


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o other animal or insect symbolises transformation as much as the butterfly. The metamorphosis that the little insect undertakes


from caterpillar to butterfly has, since ancient times, been compared to the transformation from the physical to the spiritual. It is a symbol for immortality and rebirth. The same can be said after a loved one passes away, where we say farewell to the human body and beautiful memories are born. So, we believe, no other memorial Product


is more suitable to remember someone than a butterfly. These handmade replicas, which are only available through Funeral Products, have exactly the same vibrant colours as real butterflies. The collection exists of six different kinds which have a large ( 19 cm wide and 21


cm high) and a small ( 12 cm wide and 14 cm high) size model. These butterflies are made from high quality birch and in the body there is a small reservoir (4 ml) for containing a small amount of the ashes.


Due to the special finishing on the wood this butterfly is suitable to be placed outside. Furthermore, both the large and the small models are supplied with a plastic standard that can be used both indoors and outdoors.


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Funeral Products, your partner in innovation, is a supplier of unique and affordable remembrance articles. We deliver our extensive and constantly growing collection throughout the whole of Europe.


Industrieweg 10 | 5627 BS Eindhoven | The Netherlands | T 01908 538016 | www.funeralproducts.eu William Schelkers | International Account Manager | w.schelkers@funeralproducts.nl


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