The new SR Grave Markers are bronze, 5 ¾" inches in diameter and have two lugs for screws on the back. To mount to a stone, two half inch holes are drilled into the stone to a depth of about an inch. Cement or epoxy is put into the holes and screws placed into the back of the marker are pressed into the filler. This makes the marker permanent.
In the case of a fragile gravestone or a stone with no room, a concrete pad of about twelve by eighteen inches can be buried in the ground so that a mower can pass over it without damaging it. We also offer a lighter aluminum marker (with a bronze finish) with an adhesive strip on the back to attached to your wooden recognition plaques.