Oval Ceramic Photo Plaques

About Oval Ceramic Photo Plaques

If you're looking for a way to make your departed loved ones' memorials more personalized, consider our oval ceramic photo plaques. These ceramic pictures for headstones allow you to use a favorite image of your loved one in a way guaranteed not to fade, crack, or deteriorate. Made of 100% porcelain and fired at high temperatures, they are designed to withstand the elements and have a lifetime warranty.

Choosing Oval Pictures for Headstones

The best photos for photo plaques are images that show your loved individually with good lighting and contrast. These qualities will determine the look of the final product. Once you've made your order, we'll let you know where to send your photo. Then our designers will do their best to make your image on the ceramic as high quality as possible. You'll be sent a proof for final approval.

Additional Considerations for Ceramic Memorial Photo Plaques

You can use our oval ceramic photo plaques for grave markers, urn boxes, and outdoor memorials. With sizes ranging from two to seven inches, you'll want to choose the size that best fits your memorial. You also have the option of having the widest portion of the oval running vertically or horizontally, so choose a photo that will fit the direction appropriately. Once you receive your ceramic picture, you can easily add it to your memorial by following the instructions provided for using the strong adhesive on the back of the plaque.

If you have questions about our ceramic pictures for headstones, call us at 1-800-979-8767, and we'll be happy to assist you.

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How to select the right size urn

Enter in an approximate weight of your loved one before cremation and we will tell you the size needed.

Choosing the right size urn

Try finding an urn with our easy cremation urn finder.

Choosing the right size urn is easy. For every one pound before cremation you will need 1 cubic inch of volume. For example, a loved one weighing 200 pounds will need an urn that is at least 200 cubic inches or larger. Choosing an urn larger then you need is OK.