We have got thousands of used cobbles from the streets of Boston.
These stones are packaged with assorted sizes for an authentic New England look.
Our reclaimed and salvaged stone cobbles are a great way to introduce a piece of history into your landscape.
Here is a perfect example of a reclaimed granite step.
This is a great example of Green-Stone. Stay tuned for more info on Green-Stone sold exclusively by Stone of New England.
We were able to carefully remove this great piece of history from a mill in Worcester, Ma.
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.
These steps were salvaged from an old bank in Spencer.
They measure 108″ long x 16″ wide x 7″ tall. They were hand tooled and split over one hundred years ago.
Here are three of six matching steps reclaimed from the Worcester Mill.
They have been hand tooled and show great markings on the face and risers.
The faces of these two steps measure 8.5″ and 10″. The thicker of the two would be used for the base step while the second step would stack on top.
This set of granite steps was reclaimed and salvaged from a mill in Worcester,Ma.
These steps measure 6′ wide.
This is truely a rare find.
Here are steps sorted for a customer in Vermont. The large step is 80″x24″ and the two smaller steps are 48″x18″.
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.
Let us design a unique outdoor furniture set using our large inventory of reclaimed granite. Our stone is carefully salvaged from buildings built over one hundred years ago. Bring a piece of history into your landscape.
I travel all over New England in the search for granite and stone.
There’s nothing better than stumbling upon a pile of rocks forgotten with time.
Granite provides a surface able to withstand even the harshest winters.
We have stock from 3′-10′ wide.
Come by our yard to see the hundreds of steps we have.
New Englands’ fields have produced stone for centuries. Bring a piece of tradition into your landscape using New England Fieldstone.
We can help you estimate any size job and supply materials across the country.
Contact us today @ 508.248.4044
Authentic or reproduced granite watering troughs are available in lengths from three foot all the way up to eight foot in length.
Contact us today for pricing and availability.
Here are examples of granite hitching posts split from our Millyard Granite.
This granite has blue/grey/white tones with course grain.
We use traditional methods of fabrication when creating our posts.
Contact Jay @ 508.248.4044 today for pricing and availabitly.