Happy Customer

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We sent these Amber Flow Memorial Pebbles off the other day. We had the most lovely response to them, here it is copy and pasted (with permission) from the email, sooo happy!! Dear Kate, We received our pebbles today in … Read More

Memorial Garden Sculpture

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    It brings us such pleasure making memorials that have real meaning and artistic content. We were lucky enough to be asked to make a sculpture for a beautiful garden in Dorset honouring the life of our client’s husband … Read More

Elysium Team

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We’d like to introduce you to the artists involved in making Elysium’s bespoke memorials properly, so have decided to do a blog about each of them, starting with Kate Semple, sculptor and founder of the business. Kate’s working life has … Read More

Candle Holder Urn

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Oh my goodness me, I’m so pleased with this urn we have just made for a client. I love the swirls in the glass and mix of colours, I love the proportions and its feeling of quality. This is what … Read More

Memorials with Meaning

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The gravestones of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, who were not allowed to be buried together under their religion, Holland 1888.   This is a wonderful photo and a great reminder for us to be true to ourselves … Read More

Memorial Pebbles

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After all the time and effort that went into developing our new Memorial Pebbles, it is wonderful to have such a great reaction to them, and new possibilities opening up from them. We’re already working away at new designs and … Read More

New Products Coming Soon

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Will be releasing details of some new products.   Keep in touch with updates by following us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elysiummemorials/

Scotland

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I’ve just had a wonderful trip around Scotland kipping in a van, celebrating my 50th year. One of the many fascinating places we visited was the garden created by the artist Ian Hamilton Finlay known as “Little Sparta”. He built … Read More