Manufacturing

22Jan 2016

  These are the final pictures of a custom made headstone order that was shipped to Canada, with specific measurements, and was made with a custom designed stained glass, designed by us, and then was handmade in California. The stained glass is protected by an impact proof glass. The nameplates are handmade with in-layed white […]

20Jan 2016

This is the final product, of a custom made upright Headstone that was designed for the customer. With a tempered (impact proof) triple sealed custom handmade Stained Glass, the design is two sunflowers form a symmetric shape which looks harmonic, this project took over 250 hours of work . The nameplate is also handmade with […]

31Jul 2015

Continued Mold building process of the “optional extension” for the Flat Marker. With the ring repaired, it was being prepared for gelcoat spraying, by taping off the area not to be sprayed. The color pink was chosen because it would make the manufacturing process easier, and we would possibly never make a pink memorial. The project […]

01May 2015

Continued Mold building process of the “optional extension” for the Flat Marker. Repairing the Ring around the Flat-Maker Mold, damaged due to the copy process of forming the Plaq. Also needs to be sanded and filled to become an even surface, where later the Upper Extension Frame is put together. The project so far took 30 […]

15Apr 2015

Mold building process of the “optional extension” for the Flat Marker, due to a custom request. We began the extension mold by forming a “crude” version, also called a Plaq, from where the inverted mold was formed. Now beings the sanding and filling process to archive the shape needed without creating bumps, and making straight lines. […]

16Dec 2014

Installation of an Upright Headstone with pictures. This installation was done in Immokalee in Florida, it took two people and a total of 60 minutes to complete the permanent installation.

22Jan 2013

Pictures of the first Prototype Headstone that was later sold, with the Swan Themed stained glass called Elysium This headstone had a Jane Doe Nameplate that was actually engraved. The first developed headstone, including the molds for manufacturing costed an initial investment of $50-60,000, which was all founded privately.