Bronze Plaques

Cast Plaques are an alternative way of putting a memorial or dedication into stone. Bronze or Aluminum are a good way to go if you have lots of wording, small lettering or rough surfaces that can be difficult to sandblast into. From war memorials, monuments and pet dedications, take a look here to see how bronze is another lasting alternative coupled with stone.

Peterborough Marble & Granite Works is proud to be partnered with Matthews International to bring you the highest quality in cast products. For more information, photos and possibilities with Matthews International, our premier manufacturer of custom metal signage and recognition solutions click the link below or make an appointment to speak with a member of our staff at our office to discuss ideas and options in more detail.


Bronze Family Name Plaque on a  boulder monument

Small Bronze Plaque set into a boulder

Bronze Individual Name Plates set into a boulder

Cast Aluminum Plaque for Wilder-Rotary Park dedication

The Marshall boulder was just recently updated with a new bronze plaque that includes more family names and dates.

The Marshall boulder was just recently updated with a new bronze plaque that includes more family names and dates.

Quartz boulders paired with Bronze Plaques and a Color Porcelain picture

Front view and Angled view of small name plate plaque to see texture finished background, raised letters and border, click on image to change.

Custom Shape Cast Aluminum Rotary International cog set into a antique granite block


Joshua's Park - Showing a theme translated across three different plaques


Quartz Boulder w/ Aluminum Cast Plaque set on a Barre Gray Granite Base w/ Quartz accent boulder.


This beautiful testimonial to a historic mark and place in time shows the way border designs, customer artwork, and thoughtful details can be put together and created to suit any customers requests


Below are side-by-side comparisons of different applications of how to portray photos and images. Everything from full color to full sculpted relief.



See the process of setting a plaque in the pictures below

GAR Hall Peterborough, NH plaque layout

Blasting a niche to recess the plaque flush with the stone

Setting the plaque into the niche

Finish caulking to seal the edges of the plaque