Prince’s Urn Might Look Familiar to Hardcore Fans
Last week, Prince’s Minnesota home and recording studio Paisley Park opened its doors as a museum honoring the legacy of the beloved musician. Fans lucky enough to tour the sprawling complex got a special treat — the deceased singer’s ashes were on display in a custom-designed urn modeled after his estate.
Co-designed by Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson and nephew President Nelson, along with Foreverence designers, the elaborate structure beautifully resembles the performer’s secretive residence, including the white outer paneling and pyramid skylights. The urn’s final touch is a ceramic and glass recreation of Prince’s symbol, cast in purple and bejeweled with several crystals. The singer’s ashes are reportedly in the structure’s front column.
Inside is a miniature floor plan from the home featuring little balconies, false doorways, even a purple piano!
Here’s People’s exclusive look at the one-of-a-kind resting place: