Upright monuments are designed with height in mind, giving the monument a high visibility within a cemetery. These memorials are constructed with at least two pieces of granite, a top piece called a die and a bottom piece called the base. The most common uprights are polished on both sides, but also have the options of having the top and ends polished too.
A slant marker is a piece of granite that sits directly on the foundation and is angled back in a wedge-like shape. This is an economical way to place a memorial that is still taller than the bevels or flat markers, but more affordable than an upright style. If you prefer, a slant can have a granite base added underneath it to add more height.
Vases are sold in pairs or singles. They come in a metal style or a natural granite that match any color of memorial you have. There are different styles available.