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Headstones Brisbane

Days may pass and turn into months and years but memories of loved ones will always stay for a life time. We can design and provide several kinds of headstones Brisbane. We can help set the memory in stone which will translate your sentiments of your departed loved one in a truly tangible form.

Most headstones Brisbane are generally made of either granite or bronze, or a combination of the two. Granite ranges in color from grays to pinks to black and browns. Engraving is often available in a variety of typefaces and styles. Monument headstones come in many different shapes and styles, ranging from more traditional rectangles to elaborate sculptures. Flat markers may be entirely flat or have built-in flower vases.

Headstones Brisbane can be purchased from cemeteries, funeral homes, third-party retailers, or online retailers.

Headstones Brisbane were originally available in the form of stone slabs used for covering the graves. But, the term is now used interchangeably with terms like headstones (markers used to denote graves) and tombstones.

These monuments, inscribed with the name, date of birth, date of death, and a few words about the deceased, even a prayer, help memorialize a loved one in a simple yet profound manner.

Plus, being a focus of mourning and remembrance, they assist in the process of healing. Needless to say, the studying the inscription on a grave marker is a great way to trace your family history.

However, before looking for a memorial monument for a loved one, you should gather some basic information about the types of gravestones so that you can make an informed decision.

Headstones Brisbane come in a number of styles, including flat grave markers, sometimes called “grass markers,” which lie flat on the ground at the head of the grave, flush with the grass, bevel grave markers, usually about 8 inches thick, which lie flat on the ground at the head of the grave and rise above the grass, slant grave markers, sometimes called “pillow stones,” usually about 18 inches tall, which sit flat on the ground with the front of the stone angled back, creating a wedge shape and monuments or headstones, standing upright.

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