Marble Memorial in Newton le Willows

Marble Memorial in Newton le WillowsWe invite you to view our gallery for the design of a marble memorial in Newton le Willows. Ours is a long established and well-respected business specialising in memorials created from granite, slate, Yorkshire stone and marble. For those who prefer marble, we have an impressive selection. Marble memorials are often works of art because the lovely white stone shapes so beautifully under the skill of our stonemasons. You can select a memorial made entirely of marble either polished or just sealed. However, you might consider a granite base for your marble memorial for even greater durability. The white purity of marble is a natural selection for children’s memorials.

Scrolls, angels, hearts, elaborate engraving and more are options when you choose T. Lyon & Son Memorials. For those in Newton le Willows, marble memorial stones can be custom designed according to your wishes. View our display to help get an idea of what style appeals to you. We can then add your preferences so the finished memorial represents the love of the family toward the deceased.  The stone will send your message forward to future generations about the love and respect with which this person was held. The stone can be simple or ornate but first it must comply with cemetery regulations. We secure that information for you and set the stone in place.

A marble memorial in Newton le Willows has been a favourite choice for generations. Therefore, if it’s restoration of a memorial stone you seek call us at T. Lyon & Son. We have the skills and the tools to bring forth the beauty of the original marble stone and reveal the inscriptions. If the inscriptions are worn, we may be able to duplicate the original or inscribe anew. Time and elements take a toll on marble memorials but the beauty of the stone is always there. At T. Lyon & Son we can reveal it once again. Whether you want a new marble memorial or an old one refurbished contact T. Lyon & Son. Our skills have been handed down from one generation to the next, carrying on the tradition of service established in 1929.