9"W - 15"H - 6"D
This ( 9"W - 15"H - 6"D ) stone is sitting on a shelf from a local rummage sale
and is suggesting that granite slabs should be replaced with a replica of the head
of the person that is laying below. You will better remember the person as time
passes. It would also add a little class to the cemetery and replace all those look-a-like
granite slabs with only names and dates. It would give individuality and personality back to the person below.
The signs read:
The latest in gravestones or gravesite markers.
Why do they call granite slabs, head stones?
They should be a true replica of the dead person's
head so you can be better reminded of the person.
A granite slab tends to say they are blockheads.
A side view of the Head Stone