Monumental Stonemasons

Key Points

  • Take your time making decisions regarding memorialisation of the deceased.
  • Be informed of your options regarding headstones, memorial plaques and storage of ashes.
  • Consider choosing a design and material that is a reflection of the deceased.
  • Set a budget.

Pet Memorials

Stonemasons can customise pet urns, pet memorial plaques and pet headstones to provide an everlasting memory of your faithful companion. A pet memorial can provide a gentle guide for younger children through the grieving process, knowing that they have a place to reflect…

Cremation Urns and Urn Vases

Cremation Urns Urns can be used as an addition to a memorial or monument, or alternatively, they can provide a keepsake at home for cremation ashes. Some people choose to share the ashes or scatter the ashes in a special location. Stonemasons can…

Mausoleums, Italian & Jewish Memorials

Mausoleums They can be used for a single person or a whole family burial chamber. The tradition of a mausoleum has been around for thousands of years. Mausoleums were traditionally only for royalty or the wealthy, but now personal or family mausoleums can…

Headstones, Memorial Plaques & Gravestones

Headstones This is the part of the gravestone that displays the inscription. The size, colour, material and shape of a headstone can vary depending on your individual headstone requirements. They are usually custom designed with your inscriptions in your selection of lettering and fonts,…

Memorials and Monuments

From simple lawn memorials to large scale monuments, stonemasons have a range of designs and materials to suit your needs and budget. A memorial can be as personal as you like and involve the traditions and spiritual beliefs of the deceased, whilst still…