Granite Peace Poles

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Granite Peace Pole
7-Sided Granite Peace Pole shot in heavy overcast

These are the same as my Limestone Peace Poles only made of Granite.

Camarillo California Granite Peace Pole
Cellphone photo in brilliant sun of Granite peace pole in Camarillo, California

Price of Granite Peace Pole
$9,500 (free shipping)
7 translations included. Additional peace pole languages are $100 each. 2 translations can fit on each side for a total of 14.
It is almost 7 feet tall after planting.
9.5 feet tall before planting.

However, for $7,500, with free shipping, I can make this with the single word for Peace in either 43 translations in large type (listed below) or 100 translations in small type.
Call or text me at 513-348-4744

All stone peace poles are 7 feet tall after planting.
Text or call 513-348-4744

The 43 languages on the single-word peace pole with large type are: Albanian, Algonquin, Amharic, Arabic, BosnianSerbianCroatianMontenegro (all 4 use the same word), Cambodian, Cherokee, DanishSwedishNorwegain, English, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Navajo, Nepali, PersianUrdu, Polish, RussianBulgarianUkrainain, Scottish, Sinhalese, Somali, SpanishPortugese, Swahili, Tagalog, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish, Vietnamese, Yoruba.

A peace pole with single words for Peace in languages of your choice is $10,500. It is that much work. So I also offer them with the language choices already made to make them more affordable.

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Planting – Installing
For installation instructions click here, but all that is required is a 31 inch deep post hole. No cement is necessary. Once the pole is in it tamp the earth that came out of the hole back in around it. If you put sand or gravel in there instead, that would attract moisture from the surrounding soil, which would not be good. It is best to make the peace pole more or less invisible in the soil by having what is holding it up just be more of the same soil surrounding it.

Granite peace pole color up close
Mottled gray granite goes with almost any color.

Above and below are closeups. The distance away and the light shining on them make these differences in appearance.

This photo is of the top of a peace pole, a view not seen anywhere else, and one that provides a good look at the stone close up.

Planting – Installing the Granite Peace Pole
For installation instructions click here, but all that is required is a 32″ deep post hole. No cement is necessary. Once the pole is in it, tamp the earth that came out of the hole back in around it. It makes the peace pole more or less invisible in the earth, which is good, by having what is holding it up just be more of the same earth that is surrounding it.

A larger Granite Peace Pole also is available

This one also has 7 sides but is 12 feet long, 14 inches in diameter, weighs 3,200 pounds and costs $16,500 delivered to your site.

Below is a granite peace pole that is larger than the one described above. It is unusual in that the translations are on granite monoliths surrounding the peace pole providing surfaces on which people can sit. People say “Meet you at the peace pole” and then sit on the monoliths. A couple of standard benches would suffice for this and would be much less expensive. But the effect of the monoliths is to encircle people in the embrace of the peace pole making it a very nice destination.

Large granite peace pole garden in Cincinnati Ohio by Joel Selmeier
Granite Peace Pole Garden

This granite peace pole garden is in Beech Acres Park in Cincinnati, Ohio. It cost $65,000 with the landscaping and monoliths and the several winding walkways providing different paths leading to peace.

Layout of many paths leading to peace
A layout for many paths leading to peace

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