Lydian

Boxwell

An ancient commercial center on the great road connecting Mesopotamia and the East with Aegian Sea and Greece, Lydia was famous for its fertile soil and rich mineral deposits. The progressive Lydians introduced cast coins to the Grecian world and were supposed to have invented the arts of dying wool and smelting iron.

Vault Construction

LYDIAN. Reinforced concrete with heavy textured exterior. Two-tone apint to match casket. Interior has dual liners of brilliant copper surrounded by Fiberlon to provide a moisture barrier for lasting protection as well as beauty. Matching carapace of brilliant copper. Doric nameplate and appropriate emblem. Decorative metal handles.