Metal coffin handles, also known as casket handles or coffin hardware, are decorative or functional components attached to coffins or caskets. These handles are typically made of metal, such as zamak (zinc alloy), aluminum alloy, steel (iron) , stainless steel, and serve the purpose of assisting with the lifting, carrying, and lowering of the casket during funeral ceremonies and burial.

Metal coffin handles come in various designs and styles to suit different preferences and cultural traditions. They can range from simple and understated to more elaborate and ornate. Some common handle designs include straight bar handles, curved handles, teardrop handles, and cross-shaped handles. The surface can be plated to gold, antique brass, antique copper and so on. It's important to note that funeral practices and customs can vary across cultures and religions. Therefore, the style, design, and materials used for coffin handles may differ depending on the specific cultural or religious traditions observed in a given community or region. The choice of handle design often depends on cultural customs, personal preferences, or religious significance.