Gone Yet Not Forgotten Garden Stone
Looks totally different in catalog. Was a little disappointed with the product but will keep it and put it in my flower garden
January 16, 2014
Too light weight to stay upright without posterior supports. Personalized name is off center from the message. Would have looked better if lettering matched in color too.
October 29, 2013
Thought it was resin made
Thought it was resin made, not plastic. Can not see the personalized name very well. It was a gift for a friend.
September 2, 2013
Not Forgotten Stone
I got this stone as a memorial for my wife. It was one of the best purchases I have ever made from Terry's Village. I do wish the words had been a little darker.
June 27, 2013
I purchased this stone for my mother to have since her mother just passed. When I received the stone I was not pleased with how her name was not centered at all and the letters from the poem seemed very faded and disoriented. Over all I do not regret my decision on purchasing this item because its for my Grandmothers memory.
November 5, 2012
In memory of my sister...
I purchased this stone to put into the garden we planted in my sister's memory. It is filled with pink flowers, roses, plants, and bushes so I thought the pink flowers on the stone would complement the garden very nicely. I really liked the sentiment on the stone and the look of it in the catalogue.
I was disappointed with the fact the her name was not centered with the message on the stone. Actually, I think the stone looked better in the catalogue. However, I am not disappointed that I purchased it as I still like the sentiment on it very much.
July 28, 2012
gone yet not forgotten
i bought it to put on dad's grave. it's light weight so i drilled a hole and put sand in it
July 10, 2012
The stone itself is about what I expected but the lettering is nothing great. It is not as colorful as the regular writing therefore it does not show up so well. Also it is not centered under the other writing on the stone which takes awy from the look of the stone.
April 10, 2012