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Condoleanceboek vilt

Felt Condolence book

A Condolence book offers the possibility to leave personal messages or memories that can be read in peace after the funeral. This soft book is perfect for a gentle funeral.


Ordered before 5 p.m., delivered tomorrow (except for Sundays and public holidays)

Quality & size

the condolence book has a wool felt cover, with or without wooden binding. Measurements with wooden binding: 31cm x 22cm Measurements with ribbon: 28cm x 22cm

Shipping & Returns

Netherlands and Belgium: order today before 5 pm, and it will be delivered tomorrow (except for Sundays and public holidays). Returns or exchanges can be made within 14 days of purchase. For world wide shipment please contact us through email. 

Wool felt

This handmade Condolence or Memorial book has a soft touch due to its felt cover. In addition, this wool felt is very firm, which makes it a very suitable material for a cover. The book is available in two variations: tied together by a ribbon, or with a wooden binding.



The book offers 40 lined pages. On each page there is space for four personal messages. Each book has three handmade paper interleaves, fitting with the soft character of the book. The Condolence book is available in the colors taupe, turquoise and white.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We hope this helps you find the information you need.


Which products can be used on a natural burial site?

Most natural burial sites require the use of biodegradable materials. In our product overview you can select the filter 'natural burial' to find out which products are suitable.
Natural Burial

What does GOTS certified mean?

GOTS-certified products are products of which the raw materials are 100% biological, and which have been manufactured in a sustainable way

Is it possible to cremate without the use of a coffin?

In the Netherlands cremation without a coffin is legally allowed. The only requirement is that a shroud and a bier are used. There might, however, be crematoriums that have less experience in such cremations, so always be sure to discuss this with your funeral director.

All frequently asked questions