HEADSTONES WITH CROSSES

Wardstone has been creating and installing headstones and memorials for three generations now and we have lots of experience to help you choose a Headstone. We install and letter headstones in graveyards all over Donegal, Derry, Dublin and Northern Ireland. The gallery below features a few of our more popular designs. If you would like to see our full range, you can visit our showroom in Carndonagh, Co. Donegal.

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Memorial Bocan

Donegal Memorial Bocan. This is a Celtic Cross that is on a wedge shaped base. The cross has five different panals that have deep hand carving. The cross itself is six inches deep so is quite substantial. This headstone is made of black granite.

Celtic Cross 1B

This is a smaller version of a Celtic Cross. It has celtic interlacing with a carved rope adorning the cross. This memorial is made of black granite. Approx overall size is

Cetlic Cross BB

This is a traditional Celtic Cross. It has celtic interlacing with a carved rope adorning the cross that is polished. The key to a nice celtic cross in in its proportions so that it is well balanced. The cross , die and base are all perfectly proportioned.This memorial is made of black granite.

Memorial Bocan

This memorial cross is made of light grey granite. The cross has a carving of La Pieta.

Memorial-2V

This memorial is in two sections, the main body with the impression of the cross carved form the left side so that the cross sits neatly into it. This headstone can be used for a single or double grave. The celtic cross has a polished rope and carvings

Carndonagh-Cross-Memorial

This headstone is based on the local Carndonagh Cross which is the oldest Celtic cross in western Europe. It also has all of the original detail of the ancient carvings and interlacing.

Memorial Cross 4A

This memorial is made from beautiful Indian Auora Granite. It is one piece and has a celtic cross with nice celtic interlacing

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The material of this memorial stone is Auora. It si in two parts with the cross to the left. The celtic cross has some nice carved interlacing and celtic designs.

Memorial Cross 4B

This is a cross headstone carved form premuim black granite . The celtic cross has a beautifully carved polished rope with honed interlacing.

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This memorial is made from beautiful Bahamma Blue granite. It is a cross headstone.

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The material of this memorial stone is Premium Black granite.

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This memorials is made of Bahama Blue granite. It is a wide stone , about 42″. It has a celtic cross shaped into the design. This cross is normally plain so that we can tailor the carvings on it

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This memorial is made from beautiful Bahamma Blue granite. It is a cross headstone.

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The material of this memorial is Bahamma Blue granite

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This memorial is made of Premium Black granite. It has has celtic cross with carving shaped as part of the stone

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The memorial is carved from black granite . It has a plain cross to the left side which is recessed into the stone with a bushammerred backgorund

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The memorial is carved from black granite . It has a plain cross to the left side which is recessed into the stone with a bushammerred backgorund

Bespoke designs

While we have a large library of designs that you can choose from, we also cater for custom designs and personally requested features too. We also have many options for lettering styles. We can engrave by either carving, sandblasting or etching designs onto the stone. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a time to visit our showroom please feel free to call us and we can arrange a suitable time for you to stop by.

Costs and Guidelines

1. What is the average cost of a headstone ?
The price of a headstone can vary according to weither it has a kerb or not, its size, shape and design .  A headstone and base errected with lettering can cost anything from €500 upwards with a typical stone costing around €1100.

2. Is there guidelines as  to what can be erected  in each cemetery ?
Each cemetery has its own rules and regulations as regards height , size and suitability. Contact us for information regarding each graveyard. For example some sections of graveyards do not allow kerbing while others has height restrictions so celtic crosses unless small would be prohibited.

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