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"It's truly Prince. He thought all this through", Norrine Nelson said. The urn was designed by Prince's sister, Tyka Nelson, and nephew, President Nelson, and is now housed inside the home, which was opened as a museum last Thursday.
The late icon had wished to have his residence turned into a museum after his death.
Artefacts on display include Prince's guitars, Purple Rain motorcycle and his ashes in a decorative urn.
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In a report by the St. Paul Pioneer Press it cites "the front atrium features a miniature replica of Paisley Park and "an urn containing Prince's remains".
"Foreverence has helped hundreds of families tell the stories of their loved ones lives through individually designed, 3D printed, ceramic cremation urns and memorials", Pete Saari, CEO and founder of Foreverence, told PEOPLE.
A view of Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minn. Paisley Park will now open on October 13, 15 and 21-23 in addition to previously announced tours on October 14. There's even lighting on the inside. The insider tells us "people who visit will never know they are walking by it". The urn, which is much larger than those typically produced by Foreverence, has pushed the company further into the spotlight; only two years old, they've already been drawing a lot of attention for bringing art and beauty to a typically depressing industry.
Supporters will also be able to feast their eyes on some of the many awards the late star won, see his concert wardrobe, rare music and video recordings as well as several of his musical instruments.