Stone Plaque

Choose from the following Plaques. Limestone, Granite or Slate are permitted in most of council-run cemeteries. Church graveyards are much more stringent on: inscriptions must be Christianity compatible, Plaques must not be polished or a shiny finish and have no painted colours except black/white.

Light Grey Granite plaque/memorial with edge design

Dark Grey Granite plaque/memorial with edge pin line

Black Granite plaque/memorial with upper corner etching and edge pin line

Light Grey Granite tablet/plaque/memorial with vase behind

Light Grey Granite plaque/memorial with edge design

Dark Grey Granite plaque/memorial with edge pin line

Black Granite plaque/memorial with upper corner etching and edge pin line

Light Grey Granite tablet/plaque/memorial with vase behind



Custom shaped Plaque:

We often supply customers custom made plaques to fit their wishes, so if you would prefer a custom made shape to your plaque, email Tom at the bottom.

All our stone is sourced from natural stone quarries and our stonemasonry is all hand cut using traditional hammer and chisels.


What our recent customers say about our stonework

"Quick at responding with price and turnaround"
Great stonework! Looks beautiful.

12/01/2019

"Stunning result!"
I wanted to say thank you for sculpting such a beautiful plaque.

05/06/2019


Stone types and colours:

Granite

Increasingly common stone for headstones as it is fairly inexpensive and can weather well without fading and fits in with other headstones.

Marble

Not widely used for headstones, as most cemeteries don't allow it. It can suffer if there is excessive humidity/damp.

Limestone

The most common for headstones is Portland and Nabresina stone which both have a light appearance, similar to Marble.


Lettercutting and Fonts:

Roman style fonts are the most common, with italic used for general quotes and bible passages.

All our stone is sourced from natural stone quarries and our stonemasonry is all hand cut using traditional hammer and chisels.