to Immortal Memories™. Our singular
focus is the design and
production of the Gold Memory™,
Diamond Memory™, and 316 Memory™ tributes,
a distinctive, personalized commemorative developed to
loved ones, families, pets, friends, and special events
for thousands of years. We want to keep history alive so
people will Never Forget!
invite you to click on the rotating images above and the individual
photos to the left. Each will open a modal window featuring
a larger image and description.
You can also view a slide show of the carrousel images by moving
your mouse cursor over an enlarged image, toward the top, until
you see the left and right
Please use our menu to navigate a wealth of
information about these and other tribute options. We
want you to make a truly informed decision before purchasing
commemorative is destined for display in the home. This tribute
has been framed and will be passed down through generations.
If this commemorative is not purposefully destroyed, its life
span is indefinite. If an
earthquake buried a town that would not be rediscovered for a
this commemorative will
survive to tell its story, giving you and your loved ones an
element of immortality.
I recommend the premier commemorative,
Memory™. Photos and text are etched into black, 316L surgical
stainless steel. The etching is then plated with 24K Gold. The
commemorative is then recessed mounted, matted, and framed. Give
the gift of immortality to someone you love. This is an addition
to the home that will survive the ages. Its a gift like
no other in the world!
commemoratives can be affixed to new or existing gravestones. Unlike
the full color, porcelain plaques,
these tributes blend better with the stone and they are not affixed
to the stone with an epoxy adhesive, which will eventually
fail. These commemoratives can be custom sized to fit any application
- foot markers to urns. Please read our articles under 'the
competition' on the main menu.
Immortal Memories™ tribute is recessed mounted
into an individual granite stone. The stone can be placed
beside a gravestone, foot marker, or anywhere you feel
it would be appropriate. This one I did in remembrance
of my mother. She was cremated and her ashes were committed
to the ocean near a home she owned on Folly Beach, SC.
This remembrance stone rests near a garden at my home.
If a Remembrance Stone is placed in a public location,
a steel rod can be affixed to the bottom of the stone
so it can be embedded in concrete, making removal very