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Wood caskets are typically seen in these basic categories of finish

Unfinished
Natural finish
Painted
Laminated
Cloth Covered

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Surface made smooth and glossy, usually by friction; brought to a highly developed, finished, or refined stated

Polished Finish

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A type of semi-luster or semi-gloss casket finish that is smooth with well defined fine lines or striations

Satin Finish

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No totally devoid of light-reflecting properties, but is not nearly as reflective as the gloss finish

Semi-gloss/low luster finish

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The opposite the polished finish; free of gloss and has a dull, lusterless surface

Matte; flat finish

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Material having designs raised above the surface

Embossed

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A twilled, napped woolen or worsted fabric with a smooth, lustrous face and dense texture, usually made of cotton, silk, rayon woven in a plain or rid weave with a soft, semi-gloss finish

Broadcloth

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A firm, closely woven cotton fabric

Canvas

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A heavy, durable cotton fabric with a short velvety nap on one side; a woven cloth with a suede like appearance with a nap of less than 1/8 inch

Doeskin, moleskin

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A woven cloth with a nap exceeding 1/8 inch

Plush

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Created when a base metal is coated by another metal via an electrolytic process

Plated Finish

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An exterior casket finish in which the metal is coated with a substance that wrinkles as it dries

Crinkled Finish

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A sprayed finish that has the appearance of small indentations in the metal; the indentations are in the paint and appear as the paint as the paint dries

Hammertone Finish