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Never Forget Garden Marker
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*These are handcrafted so please expect 2-7 business days from the point of order to shipping this product.
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Never Forget Garden Marker Specifications
The marker is 11” wide x 17” high* and approximately ¾” minimal thickness.
Individually packaged in a corrugated box that is well protected for shipping from Waterville, Ohio.
Finished material is stone that will withstand temperatures throughout North America and Europe. (Crushed Indiana limestone, and Portland cement are the primary ingredients). Stone will be tinted white with a grey patina applied to highlight the detail in the sculpting. Total weight is 13.2 pounds.
This item is handcrafted and sculpted in the United States at Carruth Studio in Ohio.
Each marker will have a stainless-steel wire hook embedded in the back for the purpose of hanging, and can be displayed in a variety of ways:
- Hung on a garden stake, structure or tree
- Placed in an easel (similar to a wreath or frame)
- Incorporated in a brick or stone wall secured with mortar
- Laid flat in a garden bed (will withstand any climate)
It is our hope that your special Never Forget Garden has a space for this marker, and you share your garden, and why it is important to you, with the Society so we can share it on our social media. Please send photos of the Never Forget Garden Marker to firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Information about the Marker can be found here: /centennial/projects#never-forget-garden
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Did you know?
What happened to the soldier that was in the Tomb from the Vietnam War?
The remains of the Vietnam Unknown Soldier were exhumed May 14, 1998. Based on mitochondrial DNA testing, DoD scientists identified the remains as those of Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Joseph Blassie, who was shot down near An Loc, Vietnam, in 1972. It has been decided that the crypt that contained the remains of the Vietnam Unknown will remain vacant. (Further Background) (News Article from the Department of Defense)