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antique stone for construction or garden at olde new
Antique stone material to compliment your project is a statement unto
itself. Yes, all stone is millions of years old, but, hand cut, 100
to 300 year old, New England stone is primarily what we stock. We encourage
keeping harvested material together with the dismantled building that
it came from. However, circumstances have allowed us to separate them
or acquire vintage stock from other circumstances.
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Two intersecting embankment style barn foundation walls. Blocks are 18” x 18” x 4’-6’ length. All will be labeled for reconstruction. Each wall section is 96” tall. One section is 36’ Length and the adjacent wall section is 24’ Length.
Very generous pile of salvaged walkway, retaining wall and good quality flat stock. Large pieces in photos are 4’x4’ and 3’x4’ to give a sense of the scale. Most of the flats are in the 18”x24” size range. Nice worn patina and natural weathered surfaces on many. Sold as one lot only.
This batch of stock was acquired from a late 18th/Early 19th Century house site in Eastern Connecticut. The grouping measures 7’ x 12’ overall to give you an idea of the scale. Nice worn surface patina on most. Sold as a grouping only.
Recently extracted from a circa 1780 New England rehabilitation. These are very hard to source in any quantity in a fired/hard condition as these are. They are hand made and measure 3”-3-1/4” W x 6-3/4”L x 1-3/4” thick.
Five same source matching posts generally measure 10” x 12”. Several have old iron in the top of the stone, which are barely evident(not detracting). Lengths are: 8’, 7’, 7’, 7’, and 9’. Sold as one grouping only
Sutton, Massachusetts origin. This country style step set was used in a retaining wall adjacent to the barn for which these steps were intended. Generous size and “natural” eye appeal. Top step: 30”W x 6’-4”L x 8” Bottom step: 18”W x 6-4”L x 8”
Eight matching with opposing saw cut and rock faces. Measure 8” x 8” x 5’-6”L. Two broken pieces are 34” and 40” L 3/4” holes drilled on opposing flat faces as shown. Holes are 6” from post tops. These can easily be installed with holes buried for a no holes installation if desired.
Assembled from two items currently listed on this site. The base is a New York State pulp millstone which measures 40” diameter x 23” high. It is listed at $750. The Millstone (Table top) is 52” diameter x thick. It is listed at $2800. The two stones create a table height of 30” which is a standard table height.
Circa 1920-1940’s era. Removed during roadway widening in the Ithaca/Dryden area in the 1960’s and was given to the adjoining property owner. Triangular post with NY boldly showing. Each face is 7” wide. Post height is 48”
Luray, Virginia origin. Base stone is 7” thick with a metal band installed when the stone cracked during heavy use. Top “runner” Stone is 11” thick, and has four way keyway with original metal drive hardware still intact. Both stones are 46” diameter.
Unusual square drive hardware is very attractive. 53” diameter x 8” thick. Some edge loss as shown. Wonderful prominent feather groove pattern. Square drive hardware measures 9-1/2” square. Origin Cortland, New York.
18 fitted pieces make up this highly desirable artifact. They were imported as ballast from France due to their hardness/ resistance to wear. Cortland, New York origin.
Measures 18” thick x 48” diameter. Original metal band is sound/ solid. Center drive metal hardware is still intact
Pie crust marble top measures 31” diameter. The base is true vintage cast iron. Table height is 29”. The top is presently not secured as other marble table tops are available on this site which will be securely fastened upon choice.
Probably less than 25 years old. Nice lichen surface. Measures 31” Height. Base is 12” x 12” x 3-1/2”, Post is 4” x 4” and the bowl is 14” overall x 4” thick. Top easily lifts off pin for easy transfer.
Matching pair with two tier capacity for railing. Angled hand forged hardware will accommodate round, square or rectangular railing. Hardware is 4” deep x 3” high and 24” between each tier. Light brown-toned granite coloration. Posts each measure 7” x 9” x 84” (7’) length. Rare offering.
Eastern Connecticut origin. Hard to find matching set. Fifteen posts in all : 13 measure 9” x 8” and 9” x 6’ long and two measure 9” x 8” x 8 feet long. Iron hardware in most of the tops from an original wooden fence application- See photos. Sold as a set only.
Matching pair split from a single 19th century foundation stone from Mystic, Connecticut. This is one of two sets currently offered which have similar top configuration. This set is slightly darker than Set #1. Posts measure 8” x 8” x 82”L
This matched pair was split from a 19th century foundation stone from a house in Mystic, Connecticut. The posts each measure 8” x 8” x 72”. A second taller pair with a similar look is pictured and is also available——- see listing.
Retrieved from an Eastern Connecticut colonial home site. To give an idea of scale, the three largest stones are 48” x 48”, 34” x 43” and 36” x 38”. Sold as one lot only. All showing in the photo is part of this lot. Approximately 5 ton.
Rectilinear group retrieved from an Eastern Connecticut colonial home site. Seventeen (17) pieces as shown. To give an idea of the scale the largest stones shown measure 18” x 50” and 19” x 62” . The rest are generally in the 24” x 24” range. Varying thicknesses from 3” to 5”. Sold as one lot only
19th Century Sandstone, 50” diameter x 9” thick with 12” center hole. Thickness is very consistent- see reverse side photo. Classic pinwheel pattern with unusual second concentric circle groove. No damage/detractors
Hard to find quantity of 14 as shown. Removed April, 2020 from their original location in Rhode Island.The generally measure 5’ to 5’-6” Length x 7”x 6” with the iron being 24” apart. Two of the posts have hardware on adjacent sides for a corner application
Unusual length for a two bay sink at 54”L (Usually 48”) Original excellent condition iron stand is included which is 18” high. Sink is 14-1/2” deep. Base portion is 18” W which splays out to 24” wide at the top.