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Bronze Memorial Plaques
A Touch Of Class For Your Memories
Bronze memorial plaques are probably most commonly seen attached to granite headstones and showing the dates a person was born and died. When attached to granite headstones, bronze memorial plaques provide not only a touch of class and timeless beauty to the memorial tribute, but also durability and resilience to the elements. These types of bronze memorial plaques are far from the only types that are available, but, like all varieties of bronze memorial plaques, they are a special way to assure your loved-one's personality is remembered for years to come. Aside from the basic information such as dates and names, bronze memorial plaques attached to granite headstones can also include beautiful designs that can highlight, in picture form, the uniqueness of a loved-one's personality.
But, as we've said, bronze memorial plaques can be applied to other beautiful forms as well.
Bronze memorial plaques can be attached to urns, memorial rocks, statues and even to flag cases designed to be military tributes to American veterans. While usually smaller than the bronze memorial plaques that are attached to headstones, these other types of bronze memorial plaques can be engraved with the most special and meaningful of words and designs that will pay lasting tribute to the person being memorialized.
Bronze memorial plaques probably owe their popularity to the fact that bronze is an incredibly hearty metal that has been used for everything from weapons to statues to tools, of course, bronze memorial plaques since at least 2000 B.C. Bronze memorial plaques are perfect because their long lasting construction make them perfect for keeping memories of loved-ones alive for generations to come.
Bronze memorials plaques are often also found, of course as part of bronze statues. For almost as long as man has known about bronze, bronze statues of all types have adorned private homes, gardens, public places and, of course, graves. Artists who build bronze statues today typically apply many of the same techniques that have been handed down for centuries, and, of course, they typically include bronze memorial plaques.
Many people arrange to buy bronze memorial plaques, particularly those to be installed on a headstone “pre-need,” that is before a person has died. Bronze memorial plaques purchased pre-need can have the name (or, in the case of companion memorial headstones, names) inscribed at the time of purchase, and then the death dates are added later to the bronze memorial plaques. Many people choose this option for bronze memorial plaques because they want the peace of mind that comes from choosing the design and style of their own memorial plaques.
Whatever their form, bronze memorial plaques, of course, need to be designed to last the ages, and the sturdy construction of most memorial plaques, particularly those attached to headstones, assures just that. The long lasting bronze memorial plaques that are most common today assure that memorial plaques will remain intact long after the elements have destroyed paper records or technology has made electronic records obsolete. So bronze memorial plaques will likely be the most enduring documentation of nearly every person's life.