Headstones, Grave Marker, Gravestones & Cemetery M, G654 Grey Granite

Headstones, Grave Marker, Gravestones & Cemetery M, G654 Grey Granite
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Type: Granite

Color: Grey

Material:

G654 Granite

Material Origin: China

Description:

CEMETERY MEMORIALS, GRAVESTONES AND HEADSTONES
Local Authority Cemeteries and Burial Grounds allow much more variety in the stone type, sizes, designs and finishes than Churchyards do. However, they still have regulations and these are strictly adhered to.
Whilst kerb surrounds are acceptable within certain areas, other 'lawn' areas allow for a headstone and base only whilst polished granites are widely accepted in all colours, with gold, silver and leaded letters commonly used.
A permit is required before any memorial can be fixed in place and this will need to be signed by the person registered as the grave owner with the Cemetery and the relevant fee paid before any work can take place. We will make this application on your behalf with the fees payable added to our invoice.
Our extensive knowledge in dealing with Cemeteries throughout the region enables us to advise on current regulations and ensure that your choice of memorial meets these.

Burlsem

United Kingdom-East Sussex

Business Type: Wholesaler,Contractor,Importer

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Main Products:Marble, Granite

Contact Person:David Hall

Phone:00441892750120

Addr:Stubby Grove Works, Bells Yew Green Road, Frant, East Sussex, TN3 9BT

Website:Supplier Website

Founded by Thomas Burslem in 1853 and incorporated in 1880 A Burslem and Son Ltd has been trading in and around the Tunbridge Wells area ever since. A recent move to a new showroom and workshop at Stubby Grove, Frant ensured the Company stays local to its origins despite the need for a modern workshop and greater space for stock storage.
Originally tasked with the construction of many fine sandstone houses and churches around Kent and East Sussex of the Decimus Burton era the focus changed dramatically during the depression following WWII and Burslem became known better still for the numerous war memorials at home and abroad as well as the tens of thousands of individual memorials in Portland stone; hand carved and engraved for dispatch from Tunbridge Wells following the inauguration of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission by local celebrated author, Rudyard Kipling.
During the latter part of the 20th century, the restoration of old buildings has become increasingly ‘in vogue’ as well as bespoke memorials and interior stone work together with the supply of floor and wall tiles, bespoke headstones and new architectural stone.
Inevitably the company encompasses the old and new in continuing commissions for headstones, working closely with individuals, funeral directors and supplying granite, marble, limestone and silestone work surfaces for many kitchen companies, builders, architects and discerning private individuals. Covering projects in Kent, East and West Sussex, Surrey, Berkshire, Hampshire and Central London employing some 20 people.
The Burslem family maintained an active interest in the ownership and management of the business and continued their focus on new stone buildings and memorials throughout the 20th Century.
Under new management from the late 1990s, the company continues to focus on the core product base,  embracing new technology together with a time honoured respect for the traditional craft of stonemasonry

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