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Wooden Memorial Cemetery Crosses 
 CC19 Series

These Wooden Cemetery Memorial Crosses with engraving can be used for special occasions since it can be removed and replaced into the ground or left for extended periods of time to be used as wood cross grave marker and a symbolic witness of the Christian faith.

Wood Type:    Mahogany  

Height 24"     
Width 14"     
Wood width 3"    
Wood thickness  1"

Height 36"     
Width 21"      
Wood width 4"      
Wood thickness  1 3/4"

Ground Mounting Stake:   Aluminum Stake with Driving Block

Exterior Finish: Teak Oil Finish

Note:  Note:  Can be re-sanded and re-coated when needed with the Teak Oil Finish.

Lazar Engraving Included: Three lines of engraving included. Email your three lines of engraving or type in Message Box at Check Out.

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Ordering Instructions

1. Click Cross Size  drop down menu and choose cross size and price.

2. Then click on Add to Cart to go to checkout for payment.

3. Email your three lines of engraving or type in Message Box at Checkout.

Note: Crossmember Crosses reserves the right to review all content of the engraving and any content that violates the word of God and the conscious and religious beliefs  of the owners Christian faith and his  freedom of religion will be denied.


Shipping included in all prices when shipped in the lower 48 U.S. States for FedEx Ground,  USPS, and for FedEx Motor Freight.

International Customers: All international customers outside the lower 48 U.S states, including Alaska and Hawaii  will be charged additional shipping.Email your product selection and  shipping address and we will email back the total cost and payment  options.

Note: Customer assumes all liability in mounting crosses.




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King William, Va
Phone: 804-769-3806

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