Old New England Granite (oldnewenglandgranite.com) a company of The Reed Corporation specializes in antique granite for all your historic hardscape product needs. We currently stock a wide variety of reclaimed granite products such as historic Boston foundation/seawall block (all dimensions), standard and junior size (slope) curbing, pillars, posts, turn-of-the century cobblestones, and other unique and interesting pieces including antique brick paving blocks. Please call us for pricing and availability. Installation pricing available upon request.

Applications:
Block
› Retaining Walls
› Benches, Tables
› Landings
› Pillars
› Foundations
› Address Stones-engraved
Curbing
› Low Retainers
› Wall Caps
› Steps
› Benches
› Posts
› Markers
› Stepping Stones
› Driveway Pavers
Cobblestones
› Driveway Pavers, Aprons and Borders
› Walls and Low Retainers

Magnificent Reclaimed Antique Granite Cobblestones

Just harvested from a large turn-of-the-century New England Mill

These fantastic pieces of history are truly in a class of their own, World Class. Our cobblestones possess all the desirable qualities to justify this classification:
 
  › Color- consistent medium gray salt and pepper tones with mineral deposits evident on many of the worn surfaces.

› Wear - well worn tops from over a century of surface wear.

› Size - Large majority of the stones are jumbos with average size 11-12''L X 4-5''W X 5-6''D.

› Uniformity - These cobbles are extremely versatile because of their uniform sides.

› Clean - Vast majority of these stones were originally set in sand.

Pricing available upon request
Cobblestones shipped palletized or in bulk coast to coast


Reclaimed Antique Clay Pavers
The Reed Corporation is also a supplier of Reclaimed Antique Brick blocks. These Antique Clay Pavers are over a century old and have been reclaimed from a large New England mill. These colorful pieces of history were manufactured in Ohio and other Midwestern states during the late 1800's through the 1930's. While New Englanders had cobblestones available for road pavers, Midwesterners had these heavy brick paving blocks for their roadways. These brick pavers used at the Mill were imported from Ohio and were used to supplement the cobblestone roadways. The brick was used mostly between the railroad tracks which extend to all the loading docks in the Mill complex. In addition there was extensive brick paver treatment between the railroad tracks and the buildings.
  • Size - Larger than a conventional building brick - traditionally 9'' X 4'' X 4'' (Metropolitans are 8 '' L X 4'' D X 3 '' W)
  • Color - lovely medium - darker red spectrum. The color and texture variations are the result of the different techniques in the manufacturing process of yesteryear from the techniques used today.
  • Wear - well worn surfaces to these pavers are part of their historic charm. Horse drawn carriages were responsible for much of the surface wear in the late 1800's.
  • Clean - the vast majority of these pavers were dry set so they were free from cement contact.
  • Versatility - their low porosity, high strength, and color variations make our brick paving blocks a tremendously aesthetic and durable option for your pavement needs.






Below is some of our inventory of Antique Granite:

Cobblestones



Landings



Columns



Slope Curbing



Large Crubing



Antique Granite Pieces



Granite Blocks



Narrow Granite Blocks



Curbing



Curbing



Curbing



Monuments



Large Curbing



Landings



Landings



Slope Curbing



Posts & Monuments



Antique Grate



Curbing



Mile Markers



Mile Markers



Granite Blocks



Large Granite Blocks



Bench



Monument



Come view all these products and more at our Granite Farm. All are welcome. Please call ahead or e-mail us first. Thank you. We look forward to seeing you.

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