Monumental sculptors in Morecambe combine traditional craftsmanship with modern technology and equipment to provide you with an exceptional headstone. We have a large number of designs and materials for unique memorials. They can be manufactured from a number of different materials depending on your wishes. We have marble which is generally white and is more easily carved or granite which is one of the most popular stones as it is very durable. It can be made in any one of our finishes. The rustic look has natural rough edges and is only smooth where the inscription is carved. The sanded finish is smooth with a matt appearance. A partly polished memorial has the face and top of the base polished and the rest is sanded.
When you lose a loved one, you can choose to have a memorial on the burial site. In Morecambe, monumental sculptors will erect a headstone with your heartfelt inscription showing how loved the deceased was. This is an aid to managing your grief and will provide solace to all family members and friends. The memorials can be expected to maintain their original appearance for more than 50 years. Our stones come in a wide range of different colours including black, white, red, green and various multicolour shades. Most of the granite has speckles of different colours in the solid background colour which adds to the beauty of the finished memorial.
We provide all the services that are expected of experienced monumental sculptors in Morecambe. Visit our showroom to see the many and varied designs and styles of our beautifully crafted memorials. We have over 30 years of experience in the industry and are NAMM members. When you would like the services of monumental sculptors, contact Kenneth A Fraser Ltd. We will send drawings and details of lettering styles and finishes of the proposed memorial to the churchyard or cemetery authorities on your behalf at no extra cost. These need to be submitted to receive permission from the relevant authorities to erect the memorial. We offer a number of designs that can be etched into the stone, and reproductions of photographs of the deceased can also be used.