Browse Pictures of Engraved Plaques for Cremation Memorials and Columbariums
Engraved and personalized plaques for cremation memorials and columbariums are usually made from bronze. Pictured below is a niche memorial marker and a mausoleum crypt plate. A cremation niche plaque, mausoleum plaque, mausoleum name plate, cemetery niche plaque, bronze crypt plaque or memorial nameplate can mark the site where cremated remains are buried or simply serve as an everlasting reminder of an individual’s life. Cremation plaques are often affixed to urns and other types of memorials such as benches, boulders, flat or upright monuments, columbarium niche doors, and statues. They are also called crypt and niche plaques or niche and crypt plates. These types of plaques are often used to enhance the front of an urn niche, columbarium or mausoleum. Plaques for cremation memorials are used to memorialize cremated remains. Made of granite, bronze and other metals, they can contain artistically styled design elements that enhance the beauty and personalize the message of a headstone. Custom designed etchings and engravings often feature symbols and imagery that convey the specific nationality or religion of the deceased. At Rome Monuments, you can select from a wide variety of metallic and granite colors for both traditional and cremation plaques in different price ranges.
Browsing cremation memorial plaques is simple. Just click the images below—then learn more about any monument by requesting a price estimate or list, scheduling a showroom visit, asking a question, or contacting a designer. With just a click you can share designs with family, or place an order online or by phone. To learn more about cremation plaque options for a family member in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County and all of Western Pennsylvania, simply call us at 724-770-0100 and ask to speak with Vince Dioguardi or Chris Morgan. Certified by the ICCFA(International Cemetery Cremation and Funeral Association) to administer, organize, and arrange cremations, either gentleman can answer all your cremation questions, including storage options such as: urns, jewelry, community columbariums (niches), cemetery cremation memorials, cremation memorial benches and cremation monuments. Both Vince and Chris will be happy to recommend Pittsburgh-based crematories that can perform the cremation and/or funeral homes that can provide a funeral or memorial service.