Prince’s Urn Is Shaped Like a Tiny Paisley Park (Video)

Prince has returned home again following his death in more ways than one.

Six months after the “Purple Rain” singer’s death, the first images of the urn containing his remains have emerged.

As totally befits the eccentric musician, the urn is a replica of his famous Paisley Park home.

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The scale model was designed by Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson and nephew President Nelson, People reported. The musician’s relatives collaborated with urn designer Foreverence to create the mini Paisley Park, which is 14 inches high and 18 inches long.

The scale model is adorned with Prince’s symbol, purple and bejeweled.

The interior of the urn offers a replica of the Paisley Park atrium, with a miniature model of Prince’s purple piano and a dove-patterned tile floor.

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The urn is currently on display at the real Paisley Park, which was recently opened to the public as a museum commemorating the musician’s life.

Prince died at Paisley Park in April at age 57, of what was determined to be an overdose of the opioid Fentanyl. His death occurred just days after he was reportedly treated for an overdose of the opioid painkiller Percocet.

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Prince has returned home again following his death in more ways than one.

Six months after the “Purple Rain” singer’s death, the first images of the urn containing his remains have emerged.

As totally befits the eccentric musician, the urn is a replica of his famous Paisley Park home.

The scale model was designed by Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson and nephew President Nelson, People reported. The musician’s relatives collaborated with urn designer Foreverence to create the mini Paisley Park, which is 14 inches high and 18 inches long.

The scale model is adorned with Prince’s symbol, purple and bejeweled.

The interior of the urn offers a replica of the Paisley Park atrium, with a miniature model of Prince’s purple piano and a dove-patterned tile floor.

The urn is currently on display at the real Paisley Park, which was recently opened to the public as a museum commemorating the musician’s life.

Prince died at Paisley Park in April at age 57, of what was determined to be an overdose of the opioid Fentanyl. His death occurred just days after he was reportedly treated for an overdose of the opioid painkiller Percocet.

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Prince's Paisley Park Public Opening Hits a Snag

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