About us

Established since 1922, we have been creating memorial art all around New England.  You can find much of our work throughout Marblehead, the North Shore, the Garden of Peace homicide memorial in Boston, and Cape Cod. 

Crafting Memorial Art Since 1922

Marblehead Memorials has been established since 1922 and is a full service monument business offering everything from flush cemetery markers, headstones, bronze plaques, and commercial and civic dedication memorials to engraving, repair, and cleaning services.  Because you are dealing directly with the craftsman there is no markup, so you will pay less.

Our customers tend to be pleasantly surprised by the whole experience, and they usually become customers for life.

 Our goal is to make your experience with choosing a memorial product as easy as possible.  We handle all aspects of the process from working with the cemetery to determine the appropriate size and style of memorial, to helping you choose exactly what you want, and the final installation in the cemetery.  

OUR MISSION

Our expert craftsmanship and attention to detail is why Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA, one of the most prestigious cemeteries in the US and a National Historic Landmark, has for years entrusted Marblehead Memorials with its monument engraving needs.

Installations, Repairs, Custom Builds, & More

Granite Headstones

Granite is the preferred choice for memorial products due to its quality, durability and appearance.  With a wide variety of granites both domestic and imported, Marblehead Memorials is the preferred retailer on the North Shore of Boston for the best quality at the best prices.

Bronze Plaques

The polished look of bronze has become a popular choice for many, with certain cemeteries requiring bronze grave markers in particular sections.  Bronze is also popular among many civic and government organizations for its aesthetic as a memorial product.

Headstone Cleaning/Restoration

The weather and surrounding environment can take its toll on monuments after a number of years.  Fortunately, most monuments are able to be restored to like-new condition, often with impressive results.