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Heart Shaped Headstones


Heart Shaped Memorial Headstone Die & Base

This item only ships to the contiguous 48 states These are hand-crafted to order, and sandblasted to ensure long life. The polished top surface will withstand the test of time. Make sure to include which design you wish to order following your purchase. Please arrange installation of the stone with your cemetery prior to purchasing. Also include a contact number # where you can be reached to approve your stone before delivery and an alternate e-mail for tracking updates, if you wish to receive these.

Features: 
  • Single Heart Memorial Die & Base- 2 options Once Customized a mock up will be sent to you for approval within 5 business days
  • Die Dimensions 14″ long, 4″ thick, and 16″ tall. Weight: Approximately 95 lbs.
  • Base Dimensions 20″ long, 8″ wide and 6″tall. Weight: Approximately 120 lbs.
  • Use CUSTOMIZE NOW, to type the name, dates and design choice for your stone. Or contact us at upstatestone@gmail.com or by phone (864) 605-3977. Included in the price is engraving of the NAME (First, Middle Initial, Last ) & DATES (Date of birth and death).
  • If you wish to include additional lettering or porcelain photos, please let us know in your e-mail for an invoice.
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Heart Shaped Headstone features low water absorption and hard material with excellent weather durability. Our high-quality headstones are made from the best granite carved into heart-shaped grave markers with affordable price. And you can get discount headstones and wholesale price if you purchase granite grave markers from us.

You can also custom headstones and monuments whatever shapes you like or your customers incline or the cemetery specified.

y Berry 08502 Small Heart-There Is Always Music…

Heart Shaped Headstones:

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Kay Berry 8808 Medium Heart- Hope, Like Love…, Multicolor

Kay Berry 08506 Small Heart- All Because Two People Fell In Love…

Kayberry 08802 Medium Heart – May tender memories…

A Heart Of Gold Stopped Beating Heart Shaped Memorial Stone

Kay Berry 8803 Medium Heart-in The Quiet Stillness, Multicolor

Design Toscano Heart of Gold: Cast Stone Memorial Garden Marker

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Memorial Headstones

Memorial headstones have been the most common way to permanently memorialize members of cultures all across the globe for centuries. And they remain so today. Even people whose bodies have been cremated (a tradition whose popularity is increasing dramatically) are typically memorialized with memorial headstones installed in cemeteries, often in a family plot.

For many years, memorial headstones were large, up-right pieces of sculpted stone that contained written information about the people whose grave they marked. While memorial headstones nowadays are smaller with upright size or plaque-like pieces of bronze or granite or a combination of the two, are displayed directly on the ground at the head of a grave. These memorial headstones typically memorialize one individual or a couple.

Memorial headstones are used to help families cope with their losses. By having memorial headstones for loved-ones always available to view in specific locations. But, besides their emotional value, memorial headstones are also important for historians. Memorial headstones assure that lives can be documented decades, or even centuries, after death. The study construction of memorial headstones assures that the people being memorialized will be remembered long after the elements have destroyed paper records or technology has made electronic records obsolete.

Headstone- Gone yet not forgotten

memorial headstonesGone Yet Not Forgotten Headstone Great Garden Gift Garden accent stones add character and beauty to gardens, mulch beds and entry ways. Each stone is handcrafted and made of a concrete composite, durable and long lasting. Accent stones are terrific house warming gifts or for the favorite gardener in your life. "Gone yet not forgotten although we are apart, your spirit lives within me, forever in my heart." Dimensions: 5L × 8W × 9 1/2H Item ships directly from the manufacturer. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. About Kay Berry, the Manufacturer Kay Berry is a very special vendor for us. We at Garden.com are so proud to present this line of charming garden accents, all made in the USA, by a homegrown American business. Kay Berry is a family owned company, employing more than 20 people who take pride in their products and our commitment to keeping America working. Since their inception more than 14 years ago, their stone products continue to bring smiles and comfort to thousands of people throughout North America, Asia, and Western Europe. From their new Saxonburg, Pennsylvania studio, they produce the finest in handcrafted and weatherproof garden décor and memorial items that are made to last a lifetime. Kay Berry products are hand cast in the USA. Our artisans craft our designs from actual stone originals, which are then carefully reproduced using materials and methods developed in ancient Rome. Your decision to purchase a Kay Berry stone product is backed by their guarantee: "If anything goes wrong, ever, they will fix it."

Memorial Epitaphs

— William Shakespeare’s Memorial Epitaphs famously declares;

Good friend, for Jesus’ sake forbear,
To dig the dust enclosèd here.
Blest be the man that spares these stones,
And cursed be he that moves my bones.

— Simpler warning of inevitability of death:

Remember me as you pass by,
As you are now, so once was I,
As I am now, so you will be,
Prepare for death and follow me.

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This item only ships to the contiguous 48 states These are hand-crafted to order, and sandblasted to ensure long life with Lithichrome stone paint in all letters. The polished top surface will withstand the test of time. Please arrange installation of the stone with your cemetery prior to purchasing. The Die & Base will be shipped in seperate packages and can be attached with light gray silicone. Also include a contact number # where you can be reached to approve your stone before delivery and an alternate e-mail for tracking updates, if you wish to receive these. Stones are insured to your door, and shipped in customized wooden crates.

Features: 

  • Granite Memorial with Die and Base (5 options) 1) Bible, Praying Hands, Flowers 2) Bible & Rose 3) Mountain Scene 4)Roses 5) Deer
  • Dimensions: Die (14x16x4″) Base:(20″x8″x6″) Larger base with vase can be added for additional charges. Message us if you’d like to add a larger base/vase, porcelain photos, or additional letters to your stone.
  • Die has Serpentine top with balance rock pitched on all sides. Polished on both sides
  • Use CUSTOMIZE NOW, to type the names and dates for your stone and pick a deisgn choice. Or contact us by phone (864) 605-3977. Included in the price is engraving of th(First, M.I., Last & Birth/Death Dates)
  • Once completed a mock up will be sent to you for approval within 5 business days. Any additional lettering is $2.50 per letter. If you wish to include this, please let us know by CONTACT THE SELLER

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Tombstones

Tombstones is a central memorial tradition to honor the one whow passed.

granite tombstonesNowadays tombstones often be designed elaborately. The beautiful structure and elegant design of most tombstones today makes a stroll through one of today’s cemeteries reminiscent of a walk through a lovely park.

Tombstones’ style changed much in these year. Tombstones of yesteryear were usually large, upright pieces of sculpted stone that had written information about the people whose graves they marked. But most of today’s tombstones are smaller, simpler, plaque-like pieces made of bronze, granite, or a combination of the two, and they are displayed directly on the ground at the head of graves. The up-right tombstones are less common today than they once were because time has shown that they have a tendency to deteriorate and fall over as years pass. Tombstones that are installed at ground level are designed to weather the elements much longer.

Today’s tombstones usually come in two varieties: bronze and granite. Bronze tombstones typically include bronze plates with special memorial designs and lettering that name the deceased as well as the dates of birth and death. These plates are then attached to granite bases and then installed in cemeteries as beautiful tombstones. Granite tombstones, meanwhile, are formed from one of the world’s oldest and strongest natural materials, which has been shaped, polished and chiseled into a tombstone that will certainly last for ages.

Special Tombstone Symbols and Their Meaning:

Probably, the best place to see the language of symbols is in your local cemetery. Different symbols and emblems used on tombstones and headstones have different meanings and understandings. The following is a small sampling of some common tombstone symbols. Like any type of art, some images fall out of fashion, and some icons are favored in one area and unseen in another. For example, one image common in cemeteries in the Midwest is that of shaking hands. This image is not common in Colorado cemeteries.

anchor symbolANCHOR – A symbol of hope and steadfastness. An anchor with a broken chain means cessation of life. This type of emblem is often used on tombstone of a deceased who was a seaman.

book tombstone symbolBook – Often, represents the Bible, but, it can simply mean knowledge. An open book might signify an open heart or mind, open to the word of God. A closed book usually indicates a completed life.

angel tombstone symbolAngels – A guide to Heaven. It means the agent of God and guardians of the dead. It basically symbolizes spirituality.

bird tombstone symbolBird – A flying bird indicates the flight of the soul to God. It also symbolizes of rebirth and eternal life, spirituality, messenger of God or peace.

arch tombstone symbolArch – Arch symbolizing a triumphant entry into Heaven or victory over death. It also means re-union with partner in Heaven.

broken column tombstone symbolBroken Column – A noble life lived by the deceased. When the column is used in a broken or draped format it symbolizes early death along with mourning and grief.

cherub tombstone symbolCherub – It represents divine wisdom or justice. Sleeping cherub is a symbol of innocence and it is primary used on a infant’s or a child’s gravestone.

butterfly tombstone symbolButterfly – It is symbolic of the resurrection of Christ.

rose tombstone symbolRose – Roses are known for their fragrance and their beauty. Often they are emblems of love, victory, hope, unfailing love, triumph and purity.

lily tombstone symbolLily – A symbol of chastity, innocence, purity and rebirth.

Myrtle leaves – A symbol of undying love and/or peace.

olive branch tombstone symbolOlive branch – A symbol of peace, forgiveness, and one’s humanity.

oak leaves tombstone symbolOak – Oak symbols strength, endurance, faith and virtue. The oak leaves and acorn stand for power, authority or victory.

heart leaves tombstone symbolHeart – A symbol of love, devotion, joy, and/or mortality. Two joined hearts on a stone mark a happy marriage.

hourglass tombstone symbolHourglass – A symbol of the swift passage of time, as in the shortness of life on earth.

Ivy – A symbol of either eternal life or undying affection.

lamb tombstone symbolLamb – A symbol meaning innocence; used primarily on an infant’s or a child’s gravestone.

laurel tombstone symbolLaurel – Laurel leaves or laurel wreath, symbolizing triumph over death or ever green the memory of the deceased.

Poppy – It is a symbol that stands for eternal sleep.

Pyramid – It is a symbol that means resurrection, eternal life, enlightenment and spiritual attainment.

rooster tombstone symbolRooster – A rooster usually indicates vigilance, awakening and courage.

female figure tombstone symbolFemale Figure – Usually depicted in a sorrowing posture, a symbol of sorrow and grief.

start tombstone symbolStar – A symbol of Divine guidance. A 5-pointed star represents the Star of Bethlehem, whereas a 6-pointed star represents creation or the God.

garland tombstone symbolGarland – It indicated victory over death.

finger tombstone symbolFinger – Pointing downward, a symbol of “calling the earth to witness. Pointing upward, most common, symbolizing the pathway to Heaven or the deceased found Heavenly reward.

celtic cross tombstone symbolCross – It is a symbol of faith and eternity. When used on the graveyards of military persons it means trials, victory and reward.

sword tombstone symbolSword – A sword symbolizes the deceased’s military service. A broken sword symbolizes a life cut short, whereas crossed swords symbolize that the deceased died in battle. Inverted sword means relinquishment of power, victory, and sheathed swords symbolized temperance.

Swallow – A symbol of motherhood, the spirit of children, or a symbol of consolation.

urn tombstone symbolUrn – A symbol for the soul, immortality or penitence.

sun tombstone symbolSun – Sun rising, a symbol of renewed life or resurrection; Sun setting, a symbol of death; Sun shing, a symbol of everlasting life; Sun winged, a symbol of spiriturlity and everlasting life.

moon tombstone symbolMoon – A symbol of death, rebirth, or victory.

sun tombstone symbolSun – Sun rising, a symbol of renewed life or resurrection; Sun setting, a symbol of death; Sun shing, a symbol of everlasting life; Sun winged, a symbol of spiriturlity and everlasting life.

Tree trunk – A symbol of the frevity of one’s life. The number of broken branches indicate the deceased family members who were interred at that site.

Triangle – The symbol of the Holy Trinity. An emblem in the shape of a triangle means truth, equality and the holy trinity.

Wheat – A symbol that means the body of Christ.

Wheel – It symbolizes the cycle of life, enlightenment, spiritual power.

Wreath – A symbol of victory

wreath tombstone symbolWreath of roses – A symbol of heavenly joy and bliss.
Wreath on Skull – It is a symbol of victory of death over life.

weeping willow tombstone symbolWeeping willow – It is a symbol of mourning, grief, sorrow, lamentation.


Gravestones

Gravestones have a long history of being the perfect memorial for the dead, and they have played a key role in the evolution of todays often elaborately landscaped cemeteries.

grave stonesThe term gravestones itself is probably rooted in a long-held Jewish custom in which visitors to a grave place stones at the head. This tradition reportedly began centuries ago when a Jewish man broke the Sabbath to write a note that was used to solve a crime. Feeling guilty for the transgression, but knowing that what he had done was necessary, the man asked that his grave be "stoned" upon his death. And so the tradition of gravestones began. Placing stones on a grave is now seen as a way to honor the person memorialized by documenting the number of visitors to his or her grave over the years.

Todays cemeteries have become what historians call a "cultural institution," but gravestones have been at the center of that change. Gravestones typically are elaborately designed tributes to the lives of those who they honor and, as such, they are key elements of the sophisticated landscaping that is the focal point of most of modern cemeteries. The strong, elegant structure of most gravestones makes a stroll through one of todays cemeteries, for many people, as pleasant as walk through a well-maintained park.

The overall look of gravestones has changed rather dramatically as cemeteries have evolved. Gravestones of days gone by were usually large, up-right pieces of sculpted stone upon which had been chiseled information about the people they memorialized. By contrast, most of today’s gravestones are simpler and smaller, plaque-like pieces made of granite, bronze or a combination of the two. And they are displayed directly on the ground at the head of graves. These gravestones have often replaced the up-right gravestones , which are less common today because they have shown a tendency to deteriorate and fall over as years pass. Gravestones installed at ground level are designed to stand up to the elements much longer.

Todays gravestones usually are usually of two main materials: bronze and granite. Bronze gravestones usually have bronze plates with special memorial designs and lettering are mouned to granite bases and then installed in cemeteries as bronze gravestones. Granite gravestones, meanwhile, are fashioned out of the Earths strongest and oldest natural materials, which has been polished and chiseled into a gravestone that will certainly even centuries.

Personalized Gravestones – Our hearts still


our hearts still ache memorial stoneOur Hearts Still Personalized Headstone Great Garden Gift Garden accent stones add character and beauty to gardens, mulch beds and entry ways. Each stone is handcrafted and made of a concrete composite, durable and long lasting. Accent stones are terrific house warming gifts or for the favorite gardener in your life. "Our hearts still ache in sadness, and secret tears still flow, what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know." Dimensions: 5L x 8Wx 9 1/2H Item ships directly from the manufacturer. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. About Kay Berry, the Manufacturer Kay Berry is a very special vendor for us. We at Garden.com are so proud to present this line of charming garden accents, all made in the USA, by a homegrown American business. Kay Berry is a family owned company, employing more than 20 people who take pride in their products and our commitment to keeping America working. Since their inception more than 14 years ago, their stone products continue to bring smiles and comfort to thousands of people throughout North America, Asia, and Western Europe. From their new Saxonburg, Pennsylvania studio, they produce the finest in handcrafted and weatherproof garden décor and memorial items that are made to last a lifetime. Kay Berry products are hand cast in the USA. Our artisans craft our designs from actual stone originals, which are then carefully reproduced using materials and methods developed in ancient Rome. Your decision to purchase a Kay Berry stone product is backed by their guarantee: "If anything goes wrong, ever, they will fix it."

Gravestones Saying And Inscriptions

Burying a loved one is never easy. We all know how hard it can be. However, the legend you leave behind with memorial gravestone sayings and inscriptions are important for the headstone is more for the living. Don’t get us wrong, they do honor the deceased, but the words read tell people who you were.

Today gravestone sayings have evolved in various forms. Bereaved family members wish to choose biblical quotes while others prefer quotes of famous personalities. The gravestone sayings & quotes when taken from these sources, normally depict their achievements and personalities which are synonymous with them. The hgravestone sayings are sometimes funny, reflecting the jovial and comic character of the deceased. People might have led their life with immense fun and frolic and in memory of his liveliness, inscriptions with happy or funny notes are engraved.

So read these gravestone sayings to get an idea about the nature of these quotes and sayings.

Gravestone Sayings – Females


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Headstone sayings for mom, wife, daughter, sister and grandmother are always very sentimental reflecting her importance in one’s life. It is even touching for other family members and close friends. Here’s few inscriptions for them.

She wrapped all colors of life,
gave it to us as a Gift
let her soul rest in peace
We shall miss you!

Sleep on sweet wife
your soul lies, but for me
you still breathe,
with endless Love,
you will be forever mine!

Gravestone Sayings – Males


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Demise of father, son, husband, teacher, brother, grandfather, brother also carry immense emotion along with it. Headstone sayings for them reflect their generosity, devotion and also their success. Here’s few tombstone sayings for them.

He was an emblem for love
his heart as vast and ocean
with full of care and concern
We shall miss you Daddy

He was beside me
in every thick and thin
His departure is more than
a vacuum
I still breathe for you – Dear Husband.

Famous Gravestone Quotes


Here’s few headstone sayings and quotes by famous personalities, inscribed on gravestones. These quotes are inspirational and can help you to bear the grief and pain of the death to some extent.

Good frend for Jesus sake forbeare to
dig the dust encloased heare.
Blest be ye man yt spares these stones and
crust be he yet moves my bones ~ William Shakespeare

While we are mourning the loss of our friend,
others are rejoicing to meet him behind the veil ~ John Taylor

With what a deep devotedness of woe
I wept thy absence – o’er and o’er again
Thinking of thee, still thee, till thought grew pain,
And memory, like a drop that, night and day,
Falls cold and ceaseless, wore my heart away! ~ Thomas Moore

And with the morn those angel faces smile
Which I have loved long since and lost awhile ~ John Henry Newman

If we have been pleased with life,
we should not be displeased with death,
since it comes from the hand of the same master ~ Michelangelo

Let the dead have the immortality of fame,
but the living the immortality of love ~ Rabindranath Tagore

Life’s challenges are not supposed to paralyze you,
they’re supposed to help you discover who you are ~ Bernice Johnson Reagon

I am ready to meet my Maker.
Whether my Maker is prepared,
for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter ~ Winston Churchill

God’s finger touched him, and he slept ~ Alfred Lord Tennyson

There is but one freedom,
To put oneself right with death.
After that everything is possible.
I cannot force you to believe in God.
Believing in God amounts to coming to terms with death.
When you have accepted death, the problem of God will be solved–and not the reverse ~ Albert Camus

Funny Gravestone Sayings


Funny headstone sayings is usually meant for people having a comic theme in their life. Sometimes funny lines also depict paradox in lives of human beings.

It was a Cough
That carried him Off
It was a Coffin
They Carried him Off

Alien tears will fill for him; Pity’s long-broken ern.
For his mourners will be outcast men,
And outcasts always mourn ~ Oscar Wilde’s Tombstone

I was well, I wished to be better; here I am

Here lies the body
of Sundae John
Stepped on the gas
Instead of the brake

Here lies
Cathy Stela
Age 105
The good die young

Here lies the body of our Mama
Brought to death by a banana
It wasn’t the fruit that laid her low
the skin that made her go


Grave Markers

Grave Markers for Memorial

Grave Makers on the market come in two varieties – bronze and granite grave markers. Granite Grave Markers are probably the most popular grave markers then bronze grave markers. Granite grave markers are formed from the world’s oldest and strongest natural materials, which has been shaped, polished and decorated into a grave headstones that will certainly last for years. Bronzes grave markers, typically, include bronze plates with a special memorial design and letters that name the deceased as well as the dates of birth and death. These plates are then attached to a granite base and then installed in cemeteries as beautiful grave markers.

GravemarkersGrave markers serve to help families cope with their losses and preserve a person’s memory for generations. Besides the emotional value, grave markers are also important for historians. Grave markers assure that lives can be documented decades, or even centuries, after death. The study construction of grave markers assures that the person being memorialized will be remembered long after the elements have destroyed paper records or technology has made electronic records obsolete.

We specially create granite grave markers and headstones and provide a wide selection for wholesalers and individuals who’re seeking memorial grave markers. Do browse our website to find the form and style you need. And customize Custom designs and dimensions are available. Please feel free to contact us for the prices and other information.

We appreciate your wishing us to serve you, as it is our desire to offer the very best possible service and prices to grave marker wholesalers and retailers.

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