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Pet Gravestones And Markers

Pet headstones and gravestones are mostly placed in pet cemeteries to mark the graves of pets. However, they can also be placed in garden settings. These stones can be personalized with the pet’s name, and dates or years of birth and death. Moreover, you can add a message, quote, or inscription, as well. In addition, some grave

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Memorial Inscriptions For Gravestones

Gravestones are usually inscribed with details such as the deceased’s name, date of birth, date of death, occupation, accomplishments, etc. and short phrases like: “In memory of”“Treasured memory of”“Cherished memories of”“Sacred to the memory of”“In fondest memory”“With Love We Remember”“Eternally loved”“Rest in peace”“Forever with the Lord”“Forever in our hearts” In addition, you can honor a

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Headstones And Grave Markers

Headstones, gravestones, tombstones, and grave markers are used to mark the resting place of the deceased loved ones. In earlier times, these markers were constructed of wood, fieldstone, slate, iron, etc. Furthermore, until the 18th century, tombstones were used as stone lids for coffins. Nowadays, however, people usually prefer headstones made of granite, marble, and

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Companion Gravestones For Two

As the name itself indicates, companion gravestones or gravestones for two are large stones meant to mark the graves of a loving couple. They help memorialize the couple together instead of separately. Double gravestones have sufficient space to accommodate the names, dates of birth, and dates of death of the couple. When one of these

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Cemetery Gravestone Symbols

Cemetery headstones and gravestones usually feature different types of emblems like animals, flowers, plants, objects, body parts, religious symbols, geometric patterns, etc. These symbols often have deep meanings. They mostly denote harmony, love, faith, hope, peacefulness, purity, strength, immortality, and so on. Moreover, you can find emblems denoting different fraternal and auxiliary organizations in several

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Bronze Vs. Granite Gravestones

Gravestones can be made from a variety of materials such as marble, limestone, sandstone, soapstone, fieldstone, bronze, granite, cast iron, stainless steel, etc. Of these, granite and bronze are the most preferred because they are durable. Moreover, you can find bronze headstones set on granite base for support. Most cemeteries and memorial gardens, nowadays, only

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Ideas For Infant Gravestones

It is hard for parents to choose gravestones for their little angels. Nevertheless, having a charming and beautiful infant headstone or gravestone can be useful in remembering and memorializing a young child. Infant gravestone designs mostly include designs like teddy bears and angels. In addition, people usually opt for heart-shaped headstones for children. Moreover, you

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Selection Of Colors For Gravestones

A wide range of color options for gravestones is usually available when you purchase a granite gravestone or headstone. Nevertheless, marble, limestone, sandstone, slate, soapstone, etc. may also exhibit different colors and textures. Moreover, certain materials like onyx have bands of different colors. Besides, monuments may also feature semi-precious stones. Coming to granite gravestones, they

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