Cast Iron Grave Markers

Cast iron grave markers and decorations were popular during the Victorian era often with a blank surface for personal dedication. However, the cast iron surface proved difficult to engrave. A solution to this problem was to utilize a stone or marble panel inserted into an ornamental cast iron framework.

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2 thoughts on “Cast Iron Grave Markers”

    1. Photo with multiple stones was taken in Kilpatrick Cemetery, Duart Castle and the other Scottish gravestones are in Tobermory. A number of Scottish iron foundries cast gravestones although few have survived.

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