Bronze Memorials

The Bronze Marker style of memorial is typically mounted on a slab of granite known as a 2×1 flat grass level marker. As you can see in the example here for Mr. Janowitz, all of the text is raised and polished atop a field of blackened bronze. The use of the Star of David symbolizes his devote belief in Judaism. For your loved ones Bronze Memorial design we can use a host of other symbols and text to really tell the story of them. Typically, their name, date of birth, and date of passing, are customary text, but a personalized message is seen as a tasteful tribute to your loved one lost. 

Martin Monuments offers a wide variety of bronze markers as well as bronze accessories such as bronze vases that can placed on top of the flat marker of your choice. Please contact us for information on bronze markers as well as granite bases to place underneath your chosen bronze marker.

Our Bronze Memorials meet or exceed the requirements and regulations for the following local bronze park cemeteries:
Ashlawn Gardens (Weaverville)
Crawford Ray (Clyde)
Forest Lawn  – (Asheville & Hendersonville)
Green Hills – (Asheville)
Lewis Memorial Park- (Beaverdam)
Mountain View Memorial Park – (Black Mountain)
Pisgah View Memorial Park – (Candler)
Riverside Cemetery – (Asheville)
Shepherd Park – (Hendersonville)
Sky View Memorial Park – (Oteen)

Bronze Memorial Design Gallery

  • Jackson Bronze Memorial
  • Jones Bronze Memorial
  • McGrayne Bronze Memorial
  • Orr Bronze Memorial
  • Redmond Bronze Memorial
  • Martin Monuments | Flat Bronze Grave Marker