We have a great selection of palletized New England Fieldstone. Pictured below are Select Flats . These stones are 1″-4″ thick and generally have blocky flat faces. This stone is ideal for small garden walls .
Our most popular examples of palletized New England Fieldstone would be what we call Wall Run. This is stone of all shapes and sizes. Most will be round with the occasional flat cap stone or stepper included in the pallet. This is ideal for recreating an authentic New England Fieldstone wall. We ship pallets across the country and can quote an size job big or small.
For patios and walkways New England Fieldstone Garden Path pallets are exceptional. Each pallet contains roughly 10-15 stones ranging in size from 2 sqft up to 6 sqft . These stones can be bought individually be the weight or by full pallet. We would be happy to help assist estimating your project including all the required materials for prep work.
We recently salvaged a pile of Flint in the woods of North Brookfield, MA. The stone is not likely native to the area and much is still a mystery about its origins. We hope to learn some traditional flint knapping techniques in the near future.
While we were stacking the flint from the ground into a wooden crate I came across this rounded stone. I put it in my back pocket with the thought that it might be an unsplit piece of flint. When getting back to the office we began handling the stone and realized its ergonomic shape was not likely a natural formation but rather shaped by mans hand.
A good friend of ours discovered this treasure while excavating a property in Spencer , MA. Its original use was as a Millstone likely used in a local mill. After retiring from its day job it rest on top of an artisan well only to be buried by decades of dirt and leaves.
It’s not often you find a millstone or a wellstone. It’s very rare when you find them both in the same stone.
We have an abundance of reclaimed granite from the Odd Fellows Home in Worcester, MA. The building was taken down in 2014-2015. We were able to salvage most of the granite sills, window trim and foundation stone. We also have granite steps from the same project.
The stones pictured below have one edge that is beveled. This stone would be ideal for a custom granite fireplace surround. It could be used inside or out. We have over one hundred feet of this granite in stock.
Every window in the Odd Fellows Home has a granite sill and surround. Most sills have a traditional finished face and beveled top. We have used these for all types of landscaping or masonry applications.
Pictured below are dozens of granite window sills salvaged from Worcester, MA.
We are always in the market for reclaimed granite and stone! If you have granite or stone on your property please contact us today and we would be happy to give you an initial estimate on the value of your stone. We handle stone with care. If you have a boulder or unique stone that requires special attention please contact us today for a quote.
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We have more granite than we have ever had before! Come out to Charlton and pick your unique stones for any type of landscaping or masonry application.
These posts were made to line a driveway. Rings were installed to allow chain to be hung between posts. Twenty posts were made in all for this project.
The granite was sourced from South St in Ware, Ma. We had over two thousand feet of reclaimed granite salvaged from the streets of Ware. Many of the largest pieces still sit in our Charlton, MA stoneyard.
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We have just reclaimed over one thousand square feet of pristine Reclaimed Bluestone. This random assortment of sizes ranges from 12″x12″ up to larger 24″x36″ stones. The thickness averages 1.5″ and the top weathered surface has a natural cleft finish. This would be ideal for any patio or walkway.
Sometimes your lucky enough to be around at the right time and the right place. This is one of those times. We have salvaged 65 granite bollards that have been sitting in the woods for more than forty years. The stones , likely over one hundred years old, were removed and had been sitting around waiting to be discovered.
Each granite bollard is covered in heavy lichen and patina. The weathering wraps the corners and extends from top to bottom. It’s rare to see this type of weathering on so many pieces.
Apex tops dress most of the posts. The piece pictured below is one of thirteen identical in finish but varying in exposed length.
We are fortunate to have been able to purchase 65 unique granite bollards and posts. They average 5′ tall and there are multiple finishes and pointed top details. Contact us today if you are interested in any type of reclaimed granite stone posts or natural stone accent. We have thousands of pieces in stock ready to be shipped.
Here is a beautiful example of Richardsonian Romanesque Architecture. This is the public library in Warren , MA. The building was opened in 1889.
Taken from the Warren Public Library Website”
“Architect Amos P. Cutting of Worcester was engaged to design this Richardson Romanesque building, using Monson pink granite and Longmeadow brownstone. The firm of Patrick Beston of Springfield did the construction. The new Library building was dedicated July 4, 1890 with appropriate exercises, involving Officers of the Town and the Warren Public Library corporation and Building Committee. Inscribed in the granite over the door are the words “Free too All.” A plaque on the wall to the right reads “WPL – A Gift of Friends.””
The above quote mentions Monson Pink. This would be interesting to know if this is true and also a Norcross Bros. stone. I was alway under the impression this was Milford Pink Granite.
We were proud to have been asked to create Hand Split Granite Posts for the Historic Town of Senoia , GA. Our skilled stonesmith , Patrick Berthiaume , split these stones from larger blocks using traditional methods . These blocks were originally the foundation for the Odd Fellow’s home in Worcester, MA. One day we hope to visit these stones in their new home.
The Odd Fellow’s home in Worcester was taken down in 2015. Stone of New England and Camosse Masonry Supply salvaged all of the granite from the building. Our Charlton yard as a large stock of remaining steps and trim stone.
We were very fortunate to have been able to carefully salvage the East Brookfield Train Station. The station had sadly burnt down . The station was designed by Henry H. Richardson and stone was quarried from Norcross Bros. properties. Both Kibbe Brownstone and Milford Pink Granite were used on this station.
We have a great inventory of reclaimed granite from the Odd Fellow’s Home in Worcester, MA. These stones were once included in the massive stone foundation and trim stones along the brick veneer. Dimensions will range from 12″-30″ wide x 24″-84″ long. We do have limited amounts of longer and wider stock. Please contact us today if you are looking for authentic reclaimed New England granite and stone .
We love custom fabrication, hand splitting and rock-facing. There’s no job to big or small for us to tackle. Contact us today if your interested in reclaimed granite or stone products. Our inventory has continued to grow over the season and we’ve never had more granite in stock.
We have been bringing in trim stone from the Odd Fellow Home in Worcester, MA. This granite has a unique quarter round edge that would be ideal for a fireplace surround or banding design in a masonry veneer. We have over two hundred linear feet of this one of a kind granite.
We are happy to announce that the granite inventory from the Odd Fellows’ Home in Worcester , MA will be arriving to our yard this week. There are hundreds of feet of bull-nose capstone, lintels, steps and more.
“The large three story brick building was designed by Baker & Nourse and constructed in 1890-92 as a charitable facility for the aged and sick. The Romanesque building’s most prominent feature is a projecting central pavilion that rises a full five stories. The building was enlarged in 1902, and had capacity for 110 residents”
We were recently asked to create four Reclaimed Granite Lamp Posts for a customer in Newburyport. These granite window sills were salvaged from one of our first mill projects. They measure roughly 9″ square and 8’6″ long. We used the sloped side of the stone to mount a copper conduit to. This prevented us from having to core drill through the center. A costly and risky task.
At Stone of New England we can present multiple options for any job. Our customer choose between these sills and other hand split granite posts.
We were able to remove concrete and most debris from the stone with out giving it an entire facelift. The lower stones are uncleaned.
The copper is tied into the vinyl mount and ready for a fixture.
We had one of our best loads go out to one of our best customers! This load was filled with foundation stones from the Millbury Estate, the Webster House, The Leominster Victorian and hand split posts and steps from a half dozen other wonderful properties. We are a one stop shop for all things stone!
Stone of New England can help create one of a kind stone fireplace surrounds. We use our extensive pieces of salvaged granite to match any projects needs. We have stones in all shapes and sizes and can finish to and dimension.
A friend of ours recently acquired this historic property in Dudley, MA. Years of neglect will require it to be dismantled . Each piece of wood and stone will be repurposed and brought to our Charlton, MA yard.
Please contact us if you are interested in any of the stone or wood materials from this 1780’s federal style home.
Here is a link to the Preservation Mass flickr portfolio. Great pictures!
Last winter we salvaged the East Brookfield Train Station. It is a rare example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture and containted Kibbe Brownstone and Milford Pink Granite from the Norcross Quarries.
We have all of the stone in Charlton, MA and can provide sizing for restoration projects.
We have hundreds of tons of reclaimed granite veneer from the Worcester State Hospital deconstruction project.
Window lintels and sills were carefully salvaged and are stored in Charlton, MA. They would make ideal fireplace surrounds or reused as a lintel or sill. We can custom size any stone for your specific installation.
Stone of New England is happy to announce we now accept Bitcoins. We are the first supply company in New England , possibly the world (we’re checking) to accept Bitcoins as payment. Please contact us today if you would like to purchase reclaimed stone with Bitcoins.
This great set of granite steps was carefully salvaged over the past week. The overall width is 5’8″, the steps being 48″ wide. Chiseled sides dress the left and right of the steps. We can create one set with six steps or three sets with two each. Contact us today for more info and pricing about salvaged granite steps.
Do you or someone you know have a pile of granite or stone worth salvaging? Please contact us today . We are currently looking to expand our inventory of granite and stone. Architectural stone accents, granite landings and granite steps, granite posts and granite lintels, granite foundation stones and granite millstones or wellstones. We can buy your granite today and carefully remove the material with our equipment. If you have granite curbing or granite cobblestones we accept bulk deliveries in our Charlton yard. No order of granite is to small.
This is a great example of a colonial factory and mill. The foundation is still intact although heavily deteriorated in sections. It is along the beginning of the Little River between Charlton Reservoir and Pier Point in Dudley, Ma. There is quite alot of history to this area including old and forgotten quarries.
The photos below show a locally quarried granite. The material was split within 1/2 mile of the property. Millstones and other unique elements adorn adjacent properties. Our inventory includes large blocks of stone that would install very similarly. Please contact us today if you are interested in having authentic looking stone for your landscape or masonry project.
These stones were broken window sills salvaged from a mill in Auburn , MA. This project took place five years ago. These stones are being repurposed and being installed as boundary markers on a clients property. The stones will mark the corners and outline the bounds.
Our inventory is large and consists of thousands of pieces of granite. Let our experience and understanding of stone help you in finding the perfect solution for your landscape application.
This was done by a good friend of our Josh. Reclaimed granite was used as the walking surface combined with a concrete circle kit , used cobblestones and a bluestone inlay salvaged from Amherst, Ma. What a package!
While salvaging the stone from Millbury last year we discovered an addition built over the past one hundred years. It appeared, by debris found, to be the milking room. This stone must have been quarried off the property considering its rougher hewn finish and similarities to the make up, not color, of other stones in the area.
This material would be ideal for siting walls or decorative features within a landscape or masonry installation.
The colors of stone are endless. We want to do our best to provide you with as many options as possible. Our stones are always sorted for their color and textures. Contact us today if you have a specific color granite or stone you need for any landscape or masonry project.
We were fortunate to salvage these oversized granite slabs. They sat along front a barn built in 1794. Most of these stones are 3’x5′ or bigger. We have a few left in stock. Contact us today if you are interested in authentic weathered granite from the New England countryside. We have the most diverse and unique inventory in the area. Our network covers the entire Northeast and ability to find unique stones one of our strongest points.
This is a perfect example of what we love. Unique stone that has history. This stone was salvaged from a local university and has been carefully cleaned and sorted. We have twenty tons, close to 600 square feet , of packaged stone. Contact us today if you would like to secure this stone along with forty more tons coming in soon!
Our Charlton yard is home to thousands of pieces of granite and hundreds of granite steps. These are some of our smaller three and four foot pieces. We sort them by size and package them to be shipped anywhere. Contact us today if your are looking to use reclaimed granite in your landscape design today.
The Millyard Granite Stock was salvaged from South St. in Ware, Ma. We have over one hundred feet of material in our Charlton yard. These stones average twenty-four inches wide and most are eight feet long or greater. These would be ideal for wall coping, posts or oversized steps. Contact us today if you are looking to incorporate reclaimed granite steps into your landscape. We have an extensive inventory of salvaged stone for any landscape or masonry project.
These two stones measure almost ten feet across. They both have unique blue tones. The squarer of the two stones was salvaged from the Millbury Residence. It was a stone used in a roof of a cellar entrance. These are ideal for landings or center pieces for a natural flagging patio. Contact us today if you are interested in any type of natural stone.
We have access to sixty tons of oversized rustic stone slabs. These slabs have iron deposits which give them their red tones. These stones are NOT brittle and soft. Many of the stones are nearly five foot square and carry a 6″ thickness. Contact us today if you are looking for a great way to cover ALOT of ground. The price is right on this stuff!
These stones along with hundreds of tons of others were salvaged from a mill building in Auburn, Ma. The building was built in 1903 and housed a chain manufacturer. We have hundreds of unique elements from the building including granite lintels, keystones, trimstones and more.
Contact us today if your are interested in buying or selling granite salvaged from across New England.
This foundation stone was salvaged from a project on Route 67 in Warren, Ma. It is being reused as a step. We have a great inventory of colonial and turn of the century granite products. This includes foundations stones, fence posts, steps and slabs as well as unique items like Millstones and Wellstones. Contact us today for you reclaimed and salvaged stone needs.
For years we have been carefully salvaging granite ans stone from across New England. It is with this great inventory that we are able to create one of a kind granite step sets. These sets can range from 24″-144″ wide. The average rise is 6″-8″ and some stones are as deep as 36″. If having a piece of history in your yard is exciting and important that contact us today! We have stones from barn foundation, farms, old churches and buildings.
In late November we sold nearly one hundred feet of our prime Granite Foundation Stones . These stones were salvaged from the Millbury, Ma estate. We still have fifty linear feet of material in our yard in Charlton, Ma. Please contact us today if you are interested in a piece of unique local history.
Using granite salvaged from New Ipswich, NH we carefully fabricated three pieces for a fireplace surround. We were able to supply all three pieces from one larger foundation stone. No waste! Contact us today if your interested in a one of a kind fireplace surround using reclaimed granite or field stone.
We were fortunate enough to salvage stone from an estate in Millbury, Ma. This home was built in 1806 and burnt down in the early 1900’s. Our inventory consists of the pillar caps adorning the posts as well as foundation stones, steps, posts and nearly three hundred tons of heavily weathered fieldstone.
Contact us today if you are interested in having a small piece of history incorporated into your landscape or masonry design.
These steps were late editions to our inventory last year. They are currently on pallets in our Charlton yard. These steps are precisely cut and have consistent measurements in all directions. The lengths vary from 48″-66″ in length. These steps would be ideal for front entrance ways where winter maintenance is important and rougher surface may prevent good snow removal.
If you are interested in any type of reclaimed or salvaged granite step please contact me at email@example.com
This unique stone was salvaged two years ago from a mill in Auburn, Ma. The building was located on Rt 12, adjacent to 290. The building had already been dismantled by the time got there but we were fortunate enough to reclaimed 90% of the building including 300 tons of foundation stone and nearly 5 dozen sills and lintels.
We reclaimed this unique color granite from a barn foundation in Harmonyville, Rhode Island. There are great accent stones, posts and steps. Come down to our stone yard in Charlton, Ma to see a great selection of salvaged stone.
We have recently begun salvage efforts at a foundation hole in Millbury, MA.
There is a great selection of heavily weathered New England Fieldstone along with over one hundred feet of granite foundation stones. In addition we have sorted large flat steps that were incorporated into the foundation.
Please contact us if you are interested in a truly authentic stone from an 1806 colonial farm.
Hello everyone! I am happy…and sad, to say that we’ve found a home for these two beautiful pieces of granite. They have been in our inventory for almost three years. I have passed up many offers knowing one day both posts would be used side by side and not split up. I will be sure to have pictures of the installation when it is complete.
Here are landings sorted. It is important that all the variables be met including 8″ of rise. These stones are 10-12″ thick providing a solid foundation for a life long installation. This granite was reclaimed from a Millyard foundation in Worcester. Attention will be on cleaning surfaces of any residual building debris.
These are two four foot pieces of granite that came from a salvaged railroad bridge.
The granite is very flat and has clean corners.
The second step would sit behind the first taking full advantage of the 19″ tread. The edges of these stones all for perfect alignment.
We will be using the same Railyard Granite Stock to split into fillers to support the second step. We will use traditional methods of splitting and finishing the stones. We also will be cleaning off any risidual building debris.
We recently split three posts using our Milford Granite Stock. The posts were oversized measuring 8″-10″ square and 72″ long. These posts were used to dress the edge of a drive way. Our salvaged stone is carefully fabricated using the traditional methods of drilling and splitting.
Please contact us today for any landscape or masonry project that you are working on.
When it comes to unusual stones that are hard to find Stone of New England is at the top of their game. Our inventory has grown over the winter including a Worcester Mill in which stair sets, keystones and lintels were carefully salvaged. We’ve collected small remnants of the foundation and made 3000lb pallets great for landscape or masonry applications. Contact us today for more info.