Portland Stone Memorial with Carved Roses

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Embrace the refined beauty of this white Portland sandstone lawn memorial, providing a splendid way to honor your departed loved one. The headstone features an elegantly curved apex adorned with hand-carved roses, while the slender base exudes a sleek appearance, all meticulously crafted from enduring materials designed for lasting endurance.

Included in the cost of this memorial is a comprehensive 30-year warranty, full installation conducted by our skilled stone masons, and the incorporation of all necessary foundations and ground anchoring systems. The option for personalisation is available, allowing up to 100 letters of inscription without any additional charges, with a nominal fee for extra text.

For a deeper understanding of the appeal of this memorial, please engage by clicking the "enquire" button or consider visiting one of our respected headstone showrooms located in Newport. Let us assist you in creating a tribute that resonates with your loved one's memory, characterised by timeless beauty and elegance.


33”x 21”x 3”

Base Dimensions

6”x 24”x 6”

Price Includes

  • Portland Stone Memorial with Carved Roses
  • VAT (at current rate)
  • Memorials as shown
  • Free inscription of first 100 letters
  • Foundations and ground anchor system
  • Memorial installation
  • 30 year guarantee


Some of the measures we have in place to significantly reduce the carbon footprint of our memorials and memorial services includes:

  • Sourcing stone materials from UK quarries
  • Using the most sustainable indigenous UK natural stones
  • Utilising renewable energy via solar panels at our production facilities
  • Employing a water recycling system with over 95% retrieval efficiency
  • Transporting via national road haulage as opposed to international sea freight
  • Selecting quarries that also align with our future mineral reserves investment ethos
  • Recycling in all aspects of stone processing and across the wider business

For more information see the Eco Memorials section of this website