Prince’s Ashes Are Housed In A Tiny Replica Of Paisley Park
Prince’s eternal resting place is a tribute to his life. The Purple One’s ashes were are housed in a tiny replica of his Paisley Park estate, the first images of which were revealed by People magazine Tuesday (Oct. 11).
Standing 14 inches tall and 18 inches wide, the custom-made creation includes a purple piano and white doves on the walls. Prince’s sister, Tyka Nelson, and his nephew, President Nelson co-designed the urn which was created by Foreverence.
The 57-year-old music legend passed away at Paisley Park in April. The estate has since been turned into a museum that opened to the public last Thursday. Fans can view the urn as a part of the special VIP tour price of $99 a ticket.
See video of the urn below.