Antique Stone

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.

Besides what is listed here, our two acre yard is filled with uniquities for your landscaping needs. Make arrangement to visit our yard in person----you'll be so glad you did !!!

Marble Top Tables

We have several antique marble tops which can be attached to iron bases as shown. Choice of top to selected base will be installed on a custom selection basis. Bases can be painted any color of your choice. Add $45 for custom paint color.


Circa 1900 Soapstone Wash/Slop Sink

24” x 48” x 16” H tapers to 16” x 48” Cast iron legs are included. Ideal for exterior use/potting shed. Will clean up nicely. Some small chipping.


Vintage Granite Hitching Post (MTV)

Beefy stature. Measures 8” x 10” x 5’x5” L Slight taper, evident splitting quill marks. Ring is 2-3/4” diameter Will be approximately 36”-40” tall when installed.


Small Scale FRENCH BURR millstone

20” diameter x 5” thickness. Original iron ring with lifting “dogs”. Matches another listed on this site to make a matching pair.


Circa 1820 Granite Fence Posts (Set of 12)

Split from foundation stone stock from a circa 1820 Federal dwelling house. Matching set of 12 which generally measure 8” x 8” x 6’ length. Will yield a 48” tall post when installed.


Circa 1820 Foundation/Footings/Post Stock

Same source set of nine as shown which generally measure 10” x 12”-16”W x 4’-6” to 5’L (mostly 5’ length). Great use for all three suggestions in the listing title.

$150 choice OR $900/Set

Early 19th Century Granite Step (MTV)

This was installed on a seldom used side entrance to a farm shop building in Eastern Connecticut. Great eye appeal of this natural patina surface. Measures 28” x 58” x 16”. Ideal for bench seating too.


19th Century Granite Shop Entry Stone

From a Circa 1820 basement shop of a Federal gable ended dwelling house. Rose granite coloration. Measures 30” x 48” x 12” thick. Photo shows dry, dusty surface which will wash to become more pronounced.


Circa 1820 Granite Kitchen Firebox

Single splayed side jamb sones each measure 24”W x 48”H x 8”-10” at the thickest portion. The splay portion is 6” wide. Also offered is a matching lintel which measures 19” overall width (13” was exposed) x 63” length x 6” thick.

Pair of jamb stones and lintel: $2,400

18th Century Granite Sink

Generous size at 30” x 45” x 7” with typical chamfered interior and pitched to the drain hole. Nice worn patina. Sinks of this size are uncommon. Warm gray coloration.


19th Century Granite Gate Posts PAIR

These crude/country/farm style posts retain their original hardware. Both bases are 32” wide. The post with the receiver is 11” x 14” and was 60” above grade and is 92” overall length. The post with the pintles is 10” x 20” and was 72” above grade and is 8’-9” overall length.


Early 19th Century Granite Tapered Posts PAIR

One post is 8’-5” overall length and the other is 7’-8” overall length. One finished portion tapers from 10” x 11” to 8” x 8” The other finished portion tapers from 9”x 11” to 8” x 8” Both finished portions are 48” tall. Some added hardware will remove. Color shows shade difference due to where they had been stored. This will dissipate over time.

$1,750 Pair

Early 19th Century Granite LARGE SCALE post

11’-0” overall length. The above grade portion is tapered from 8”x15” to 8” x 11” x 5’ above grade. The post was buried an incredible 6’ in the ground ! This base can be cut back to make it more manageable. Base portion measures 10” x 22”


Unique Natural Landscaping Boulder

20” x 24” x 13”H. Beautiful crevices add to this appealing piece.


19th Century Granite Boulder Style Fence Post Base

28” x 36” x 16”H with 38” long iron rod. Several repurpose or decorative possibilities. Great eye appeal.


Early 19th Century Granite Post

Large scale, measuring 10’-6” overall length. Post section measures 9” x 16” Originally set at 6’-6” above grade as indicated by the dirt stain. Incredible vintage presence.


Early Granite Walkway Stones

Set of three as shown: 30” x 58” x 4”, 32” x 58” x 4”, 32” x 32” x 4”


Early Granite Walkway Stone Slabs

31” x 60” x 3”
48” x 48” x 2-1/2”
4’-6” x 48” x 2-1/2”


19th Century Granite Rear Step

Large scale, measures 5’-6” x 5’-4” x 10” thick Straight edge measures 5’-4”


Unique Natural “Arrowhead” Stone

36” x 44” x 5”


19th Century Granite Step

22” x 51” x 7”H. Nice foot worn patina.


19th Century Granite Cube

24” x 32” x 24” with fence line rod (29” length)


Vintage Granite Slab Style Step

40” x 5’-9” x 8”H


Vintage Large Scale Granite Slab Style Step

36” x 7’-4” x 7”H


19th Century Granite Fenceline/Lintel Stone Set

Uncommon offering. These stones were set as a short retaining wall with a wooden fence along the top edge. The iron pins are 24”-29” long and had the main posts of the fence line over them (the wooden posts were drilled out and slid over the top of these pins. The stones are 8”-10” thick x average 18” wide.

$9,400 Set

Circa 1820 Granite Keeping Room/Kitchen Hearthstone

24”W x 91-1/2”L x 8” at rear edge and 4”” along front edge. Front right corner is “clipped” as shown….. this is original and not broken. Classic burn/spall at firebox location and semi-circular grooves cut in to accommodate a later cast iron insert stove.



18th Century Brownstone Sink (#2)

Guilford, Connecticut origin. Measures 23” x 38-1/2” x 8” with an 11” spout. The spout has a hole drilled in it which was for a piece of rope to dangle down to the ground so that water would dribble down the rope instead of directly splashing onto the ground.


Country Granite Stepping Stones Set

Eastern Connecticut origin. This was a walkway from the rear of the circa 1820 to a nearby well and shed. 18 Pieces as shown which generally measure 20” x 24” and 18” x 24”. Nice aged coloration. Thicknesses vary from 4” to 6”. Rectilinear and irregular shapes as shown.


19th Century Granite Step (MTV)

This was the rear step to a circa 1820 dwelling house. It was underneath a porch, hence the shaded area, which will dissipate over time. Nice smooth foot-worn patina on this rose granite step which has gently rounded corners. Will set in any direction. Measures 43” x 47” x 8”. Nice scale.


Circa 1820 Granite Firebox and Mantel Set (MTV-2)

Unusual offering for this complete period set-up. Mantel: Overall height 53-1/4”, overall width 71”, body width 66-1/4”, mantle depth 7-1/2”, leg width 7-1/2”, firebox opening 36”H x 46-1/2”w Stone firebox: 37”W x 28”H. Stone side jamb exposure is 4-1/2”. Perfect condition hearth measures 22”W x 57”L

Complete set-up: $3,850

Country Bird Bath/Basin Stones

From a recently acquired collection. All have gorgeous aged patina appeal. Last photo has labels for each corresponding to the following list and prices:

See full page for sizes and prices

19th Century Brownstone Step

15” x 49” x 8”. Old drilled hole as shown. Nice patina.


19th Century Brownstone Step

16” x 60” x 8”. One end has been recently sawn… see photos


19th Century Granite Roller

Originally rolled on a shaft. These were used for milling/crushing materials and oftentimes as a lawn roller. The outside has a nice smooth and worn patina. Shown upright for possible use as a pedestal for almost anything. Measures 19” diameter x 22” H.


19th Century Granite LARGE SCALE Slab Style Step (PAW-3)

Eastern Connecticut origin. This was a rear step to a circa 1820 house. Mottled top surface. Measures 4’-6” x 8’-6” x 7” thick at one end and 12” thick at the other. Incredible primitive/crude presence.


Early 19th Century Granite Well/Cistern Cover (PAW-2)

RARE FIND……..This was a combination well cover and cistern cover. Incredible presence….measures 48”W x 9’-0”L x 5” thick. Each hole is 22” diameter. I have never seen another in my 40 years in business.


Early 19th Century Granite Step (PAW-1)

5’-6” x 24”W x 8” thickness. Nice warm/soft patina. Rose and grey granite coloration



19th Century “French Burr” Millstone

Rare size, being only 20” diameter. This stone was imported as ballast and was highly prized for their resistance to wear. The overall thickness is 6”.


19th Century Granite Millstone (2 of 2 Matching)

New York State origin. This is the bottom stone of a two stone matching set. It is in perfect condition, measuring 52” diameter x 8-10” thick with a 10-1/2” diameter center hole.


19th Century Granite Millstone (1 of 2 Matching)

New York State origin. 52” diameter x 8-10” thick x 10-1/2” UNUSUAL square drive hole. his is one of two stones offered which are a matched pair…..bottom stone and this top “runner” stone.


Salvaged Soapstone Counter Top

38-1/4” x 41-1/2” x 1-1/8”. Rounded corners as shown.


Collectible Vintage Brick #4

Hand made brick with fingerprints as shown. Standard brick size


Collectible Vintage Brick #3

S&H brick which expanded during the firing process due to too much moisture creating steam which made the brick deform. Very interesting. Whole brick 


Collectible Vintage Brick #2

S&H brick which expanded during the firing process due to too much moisture creating steam which made the brick deform. Very interesting. Whole brick 


Collectible Vintage Brick #1

Finger prints imbedded in the soft clay prior to firing. Standard brick size.


Country Patio/Pathway/Walkway Flat Stock

Removed from a country patio installation. This stock is irregular shaped varying in surface dimensions but most in the 18”x24” and 24”x24” overall size. Consistent 2-1/2”-3” thickness, easily handled. This pile as shown measures 8’ x 16’ to give an idea of quantity. This will create a 250SFT patio, or larger, depending on tightness of installation. Sold as one lot only.


Vintage Finished Surface Rectangular Stock

Ten pieces shown measure as follows: 18x20x7, 9x30x3, 12x24x2-1/2, 14x28x2-1/2, 10x26x3, 17x22x4, 9x28x4, 9x23x5, 16x29x3 and 8x18x2-1/2= 20 SFT. Sold as one lot only.


18th Century Peanut Brick

Rhode Island origin. Desirable early small scale. Generally measure 3-1/2” x 7” x 1-3/4”. Hand made variations. About a 50/50 mix of hard clay and fired bricks from a single source chimney stack. 450 pieces plus about 24 halves.


19th Century Granite Well Cover

Rhode Island origin. Measures 48” x 60” overall x 8” at the thickest x 22” diameter hole. Desirable light tan coloration. No cracks. Pleasing scale.


Victorian Era Hitching Stone

Rare double ringed. This stone sat along the roadway to a high style Victorian home. Stone measures 10”W x 68”L x 6” thick. Hand forged hitching rings are 3-1/2” diameter.


18th Century Brownstone Sink

Spout sinks represent the earliest form of colonial era “plumbing”. Measures 25” x 37” x 8” thick with a chamfered corner and pitched basin interior. Basin is 3” deep. This sink is Eastern Connecticut origin.


19th Century Granite Two Step Set

Each measures 5’-6”L x 12”W and 14”W x 9” rise. Beautiful surfaces.


19th Century Granite Step Set

Three matching wire cut granite steps with expected wear/patina. Common length is 6’-4” x 13” tread width x 8” rise.


19th Century Granite Step Stock

Wire cut grouping, all with expected wear and patina. Most are under-margined to seat properly at 7-1/2” rise. Common length is 5’-9” x 12” tread width after setting.

$950/Pair OR $3,200for the full set of EIGHT

Vintage Large Scale Granite Walkway Edging

These two beauties originally outlined the two edges of a walkway at a high style home in Rhode Island. They match in length at 9’-6” x 24”H x 10” varying thickness.


19th Century Granite Two Step Set

Unique bottom step has radius ends. Top step has old chipping as shown. Both steps are 7’-4”L x 13”W. Bottom step is 10” thick, top step is 9” thick. Great wear and eye appeal.


19th Century Granite Post

Dark granite coloration. Measures 5” x 16” x 76”L This post could be oriented with either end up…… your choice.


Vintage Granite Cube/Block

24” x 32” x 19”H. What would you use this for ? Medium grey color. Pleasing presence.


Vintage Granite Architectural Element

This is the peak stone of a former granite church structure. As shown, it measures 50” H x 48”W at the base. The spire portion is 14” on the face x 20”W. This is a substantial and very heavy piece. Very attractive.


Granite Cube/Block #2

Light grey granite with a pilot hole drilled in the top surface. Measures 26” x 26” x 24”H


Granite Cube/Block #1

28” x 36” x 16”H . Rosey granite coloration. Many uses.


Gargantuan Granite Block #1

Massachusetts origin, measures 8’ length x 26” wide x 16”H to center and 12”H to end. Very heavy item which is ideal as a seating centerpiece or could be stood up as a post or wall end for a large scale application.


19th Century Granite Entry Step

Large scale, measures 5’-5”L x 37”W x 9”H at front edge and 7” at rear edge. Old weathered chip at front edge as shown. Hard to find size.


Large Scale Granite Step

Overall length 8’-0” x 25”W x 12” thick. Clean break in dead center. Outstanding presence.


19th Century Industrial Millstone

Made of limestone, this larger than average diameter stone served in a vertical position on a large, probably wooden shaft. Stone is a healthy 62” diameter x 11” thick. The center hole is 27” diameter and may have been enlarged for use as a well cover.


Vintage Granite Box Bracketed Posts Pair

Matched pairing. 9” x 8” x 7’-6” and 9” x 8” x 7’-0”. The box style brackets are hand forged creating a space to accommodate a 3-1/2” x 6” rail. The brackets are 24” to their centers from the post tops.


Vintage Limestone Bracketed Post

Unusual find !! This was in a garden setting and the vintage hardware had a hanging plant on it. Post measures 7” (face with bracket) x 6” x 7’-4”L. Wonderful eye appeal !! Bracket “cradle” is 14” off the post


Small Scale Granite Hitching Post

These don’t come along very often. This size has usually been found in the side door yard just as this one was. Glastonbury, Connecticut origin. Measures 5” x 6” x 26”L and has a slight taper.


19th Century Boulder Style Tether

Marlborough, Connecticut origin. Generally measures 30” x 36” x 24”H Weighs approximately 400 pounds. 4” diameter hitching ring.


Vintage Small Scale Block Tether

Measures 8” x 10” x 8”H. Weighs about 40 pounds. 2-1/2” diameter hitching ring. Ideal for small animal…….. portable.


1891 Granite Time Capsule/Trough

Originally a time capsule, this dated artifact can be oriented to show three natural granite sides…..see photos. Measures 18” x 20” x 10”H. Perfectly executed basin measures 7” x 9” x 4” deep. Wonderful small scale water vessel.


Vintage Granite Post Pair

Split from a single stone, this matching pair measures 10” x 10” x 8’-6” Hard to find scale or length in a country style.


19th Century Landing Granite Step

A hand chiseled finish adds to the attractive eye appeal of this beauty. This could also serve as a hearth in an adaptive application. Measures 26”W x 7’-2”L x 10” thick at its thickest point/ generally 8” thick.


19th Century Granite Step

Wire cut in a generous, hard to find length 17-1/2”W x 9’-2”L x 9-1/2” H. Two drilled holes at each end as shown does not take away from this stones presence.



Matched pair, each weighs about 25 pounds. Measure 14” x 14” x 2-1/2” Ideal for garden accent or for small animal…….portable ! 3” hand forged hitching ring. 

$145 each OR $250/pair

Circa 1795 Granite Entry Step Stone

Canterbury, Connecticut origin. Desirable dark grey granite with smooth patina surface. Rear side of the stone was actually under the door trim and is slightly irregular. See photos. Measures 36” x 47” x 8” 


Circa 1880 Red Clay Hearth/Flooring Tiles

Worn patina, tiles measure 9” x 9” x 1-1/4” 170 pieces available = 95 SFT (tight coverage), spacing adds to coverage.

$9 Each for entire lot
$12 each/select amounts

19th Century Granite Wheelwright Jig Stone

This is a museum quality blacksmith and wheelwright utilitarian artifact. This particular stone is unusual in that most wheelwright jigs were 18”-24” in thickness. This one measures in at 8”-10” thickness X 6’ diameter with a 16” diameter hub hole. Originally from an unknown exact Massachusetts locale.


19th Century Granite Triangular Monolith/Post

Eastern Connecticut origin. Part of the granite foundation of a dwelling house. Pleasing large scale at 82”L x 24”W at the base, tapering to 9” at the top. Overall consistent thickness is 9”. This would make a perfect address stone or garden centerpiece.


Circa 1830 Granite Wellstone/Well Cover

Eastern Connecticut origin. Measures 49” x 53” overall x 5” thick. 20”diameter hole. The flat “legs” measure 43” and 48”L. It presents very well as shown.


19th Century Limestone Millstone

Beautiful hand tooling evident. Measures 46”diameter x 8” thick with a 4”x4” center drive hole. No cracks or chips.


Circa 1830 Granite Two Step Set

Eastern Connecticut origin. Overall width is 80” including the jambs. Side jambs are 11”W x 46”L x 20”H Top step: 32”W x 58”L x 8”H. Bottom step is 15”W x 58”L x 8”H. Wonderful grey granite with soft, weathered patina. Not a common offering.


19th Century Brownstone Lintel

Perfectly executed draft channel. This is for a parlor firebox. Measures 12”W x 42”L x 9” thick


18th Century Granite Keeping Room Lintel

13”W x 62”L x 6-1/2” thick at the thickest portion.


18th Century Lye Stone

Larger than average scale. Measures 36” x 48” overall x 3-1/2” thick. Prominent drain channel/groove.


Vintage Granite Post Stock/Wall Ends

Several to choose from: 11”x11”x52”, 11”x11”x55”, 8”x10”x52” and 8”x14”x53”


19th Century Granite Hitching Post

This post was apparently used in a fence line as indicated by the holes, as shown in photos. Holes are on opposing sides. Post measures 6” x 7” x 51”L. Top mounted ring is hand forged and is 4” diameter.


Vintage Rose Granite Mini Millstone

Wonderful prominent “feather” grinding pattern. Measures 21” diameter x 6” thick.


Vintage Rose Granite Mini Millstone

Light colored rose granite. Measures 22-1/2” diameter x 7” thick. No chips, nice grinding pattern on the face.


19th Century Chimney Thimble

Nova Scotia origin. These were hand chiseled out of native limestone and served as heat/fire protection for a stove pipe to exhaust through the wall of a dwelling house. Makes a beautiful garden feature for potted plants or other creative use. Measures 14” x 14” x 10”H. Hole is a clear 6” diameter.


19th Century Limestone Step/Half Millstone

46”L x 19”W x 8”H. The chip shown in the photo will be repaired prior to sale.


Vintage Crude Granite Gate Post

Most probably 19th Century, as the remaining iron is blacksmith made. Irregular, but generally measures 7” x 10” x 76”L


Vintage Granite Post/Wall End

Hard to find wide style at 14” width. 82” overall length x 6” thick. Extra thick at the lower end of the stone. See photos.


19th Century Granite Chimney Cap

Incredible workmanship!  Measures 24” x 28” x 6” at the flue opening and 3-1/2” at the perimeter. Old season crack.... see photos. Solid and usable condition.


Colonial Era Wide Body Mortar

Granite wide body mortar, possibly Native American. Eastern Connecticut origin. Generally measures 22” x 30” x 10”. Presents much better in real life.


Vintage Tapered Obelisk Posts

Matching pair of slightly tapered from 10” to 9”. Overall length is 49” Low pitched pyramid tops. Each post has two 1-1/2” holes on two opposing sides as shown.


Vintage Hand Cut Granite Step

Stippled and lightly margined. Small chip at right rear corner. Measures 17” x 60” x 8-1/2”H. Unique dark vein on top surface.


Early 19th Century Granite Flat Stock

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.


18th Century “Peanut” Brick

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.


Tapered Granite Hitching Post

Tan coloration. Stout/sturdy presence. Measures 8” x 17” at the base and 8” x 11” at the top x 75”L (6’-3”) Hand forged hitching ring.


19th Century Granite Landing Stone

Early style quill marks evident on this 28”W x 7’-2”L x 9” average height.


Circa 1830 Granite Barn Step

Sutton, Massachusetts origin. Measures 31”W x 6’-6”L x 12” thick. Face tapers slightly. Nice, foot-worn patina.


19th Century Granite Two Step Set

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”


19th Century Granite Foundation

Outstanding quality grouping of consistent 7”-8” thickness x 18” wide stones. Long length stones are ideal for wall ends or gate posts. Medium grey coloration.


19th Century Granite Foundation

Outstanding quality grouping of consistent 7”-8” thickness x 18” wide stones. Long length stones are ideal for wall ends or gate posts. Medium grey coloration.

Select pieces: $75/Linear Foot Entire lot: $6,500

Circa 1840 Granite Two Step Entry

Middleboro, Massachusetts origin. Originally on a cape style dwelling house. Top step 63”L x 20”W x 8” rise. Hand forged boot scraper. Bottom step 63”L x 15”W x 7” rise.


Brownstone Tether Stone

Plainville, Connecticut origin Measures 12” x 12” x 3-1/2”. Weighs about 30 pounds. Ideal for small dog or garden accent.


Rose Granite Fence Posts

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.

$2,200/Set. Will separate pairs at $600/Pair

Early Crude LARGE SCALE Millstone

Igneous stone in as found condition. Measures 57” diameter x 16” thick with an unusual large 12” center hole. Ideal seating attraction. 


19th Century MATCHED PAIR Granite Millstones

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.


19th Century Granite Millstone

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. 



Circa 1900-1930 Sandstone Millstone

Excellent condition. Origin Luray, Virginia 43” diameter x generous 13” thick. 4-1/2” square hole. Nice seating item.


Circa 1900-1930 Sandstone Millstone

Utilized for the fine/finish grinding process. Excellent condition. Measures 52” diameter x 10” thick. 4-1/2” square hole. 


Circa 1730 Wide Granite Hearthstone and MATCHING Lintel

Hearthstone measures 7’-3”L x 34”W x varying 7”-10” thick. Nice worn patina.
Lintel measures 21”W x 84”L x 7”-8” thick. Perfect matching set.


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Vintage Marble Bureau/Table Top

Secure to the base of your choice. Measures 42”L x 22” at the widest (mid) section and 19” otherwise. Moulded edge on three sides as shown. Porringer corners.


Marble Round Table Top

Square edged. Measures 28” diameter x 1/2” thick


Vintage Marble Table Top

Light radius edge detail. 30-1/2” diameter x 7/8” thick


Vintage Marble Bureau or Table Top

Secure to the base of your choice. Moulded edge profile on three edges as shown. Measures 17-3/4” x 38-1/2”


Vintage Veined Marble Table Top

Secure to the base of your choice. Moulded edge. Measures 25-3/4” x 35”


Vintage Oval Marble Table Top

Secure to the base of your choice. Mounded edge profile. Measures 25” x 34”


Vintage Medallion Style Marble Table Top

Secure this to the base of your choice. Staining will clean Overall measurements are 26” x 38”


Vintage Rectangular Marble Table Top

Sculpted corners. Measures 21-1/2” x 30”


Vintage Marble Top Table/ Cast Iron Base

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.


Vintage Brownstone Architectural Element

Salvaged decorative window or door lintel. Measures 52”L x 8” at each side and 12-1/2” at the peak. Thickness is 5-1/2”


Granite Bird Bath

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.



Vintage White Marble Decorative Element

Most probably from a fireplace surround. Measures 8”W x 24-1/2” H x 4-1/2” projection. Nice, crisp condition.


MOTHER Engraved Stone

MOTHER Engraved Stone From a private collection of oddities. Measures 9-1/2”W x 16-1/2” H x 2” White marble. Great vintage look.


Early 19th Century Granite

Two matching granite blanks measuring 24” x 40” x 7”. Each stone has been chiseled and scored for splitting into two equal halves but this action was never completed.


Granite Country Style Hitching Post

Eastern Connecticut origin. Measures 8”x 13”x 72”. Beefy hitching ring. Great scale and balance. 


Victorian Era Short Style Granite Hitching Post

Overall length is 63”. Finished portion is 12” x 12” x 32” tall. Ring is top mounted as shown. Excellent condition.


Roll Back Topped Granite Post Pair-Set #1

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.


18th Century Granite Flat Stock Lot

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.




18th Century Granite Gate Post

6” x 10” x 56”L 
Original hand forged latch keeper still in place


Granite Bench Stone

Natural curve to this pleasing sized stone makes it perfect to set up as a bench Measures 52”L x 15”W x 10”H. “Leg” stones if required are sold separately.


Granite Hearthstone/Step- Dark Grey Granite

19th Century, measures 20” x 72” x 3-1/2” thick Pleasing, smooth patina


19th Century Granite Step Set

Hard to find length at 84” (7’) each. Matching set of 8. Wire cut. Nice, crisp edges. Each measures 14” W x 8” H (Rise) x 84” L.


Hand Chiseled Granite Tapered Stone

Ideal for bronze plaque or engraving. Face portion measures 16” x 24”. Tapers from 4” to 10”


Hand Chiseled Granite Tapered Stone

Ideal for bronze plaque or engraving Measures 23-1/2” x 23” face portion. Stone tapers from 4” to 10”


Late 19th Century Granite Gate Posts

Hard to find set. Finished portion is 12” x 12” x 60” with pyramid tops. They are not tapered. Overall lengths are 8’ and 9’ feet.

$4,200 pair

Mounded Edge Granite Lintel

This unique piece can become a fireplace lintel or a base for a sign or similar use. Measures 73”L x 15-1/2”H x 11” Thick. Crisp, no chips. 



Vintage Obelisk Style Granite Fence Posts

Set of eight (8) matching chain style fence line posts in the classic pyramid top gently tapering posts style. Overall length is 6’ (72”) with the tapered post portion being 4’ (48”) tall.


Circa 1875 Granite Two Step Set

Wire cut, the narrow step being the bottom step as shown. Top step: 61” x 24”W x 8” rise Bottom step: 61” x 13”W x 8” rise

$775.00 Set

Circa 1875 Stairway Jamb (Sides) Stone Pair

Matched pair in an eye pleasing form. These were the side pieces of a step set but can be used in other applications. Measure generally 80” long overall x 33” W x 10” thick. One side is finished while the other is rock faced.


Circa 1875 Hand Cut Threshold Stone LONG LENGTH

This was a barn threshold stone which can be set into other applications due to its regular thickness. 12’-5”L x 18”W x 7” Rise


Circa 1875 Wire Cut Granite Step

Perfect addition to many use applications, most usually from a deck down to a lawn. Measures 8’-10” L x 18”W x 7” rise, irregular bottom.


Circa 1875 Granite Hearthstone

18” W x 56” Length. Stone thickness tapers from 10” at rear to 5” at front 
Nice hand hammered surface. 



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Circa 1875 Wire Cut Granite Step Set

Original matched set both 6’-3” Length and 8” rise Wider step is 22” Tread Width and the other is 16” Tread Width Rhode Island origin. White paint on one of the stone’s ends.


Circa 1840 Granite Two Step Set

Western Rhode Island origin, side door entry. 
12”W x 43” x 7” rise and 16”W x 43” x 7” rise 
Originally set up with the wider step on the top but they could be reversed. 

$750.00 Set

Large Scale Rams Horn and Ring Hitching Post

East Haddam, Connecticut origin. This was used in a wall until being discovered that it was actually a hitching post. Some concrete is still evident but the hardware remains in very good condition. 9” x 15” x 77”


Granite Hitching Post

Measures 8” x 12” x 79” L with heavy hitching iron. Wonderful eye appeal and scale.





19th Century Granite Hitching Post

8” x 10” x 77” with a 2-1/4” ring. Nice scale. 



19th Century Granite Step

Wire cut with a great patina. PREMIUM 9’ Length, 15” tread x 10” height



Vintage Granite Step Stock

Central Connecticut single source. Five (5) matching steps available in this grouping. They measure 4’-2”L x 12-15” W and consistent 7” Rise.



Radius Edges Step Stone

From a 19th Century outbuilding in Eastern Connecticut 30”W x 68”L x 9” at the straight edge and 6” at the radius edge.


Pallet of Early Random Flats and Cubics

All sizes up to 24” length and all 3-5” thickness

$195.00 pallet

18th Century Granite Kitchen/Keeping Room Fireplace Lintel

This was being used in a mid 19th Century house basement as a support post.
It is from a much earlier structure. Generally measures 15”W Face x 87”L x 7”Thick


18th Century Granite Parlor Firebox/Fireplace Lintel

Measures 14” Face x 54”L x 5” Thick


19th Century Granite Two Step Set

Photos show original location and then extracted. Top step measures 19”W x 65”L x 11”H Bottom step measures 13”W x 65”L x 9”H



19th Century Granite Entry Stone Step

Photos shown in original location and then extracted. Original location photo is true to actual color. Measures 7’-9” L x 39” W x 9” Thick, nice wear.


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19th Century Granite Millstone

From the long gone Chapman Grist Mill in Westbrook, Connecticut Measures 51” diameter x 14” thick with 9” center hole with iron hardware. Slight edge deterioration as is expected of a artifact of this vintage.


Early New England Granite Mortar

This artifact had been part of a 1690’s Preston, Connecticut homestead until about 7 years ago. It measures generally 22” x 18” x 11”H. The pestle shown was not with the mortar but was found locally over 50 years ago and the stone and color do match so it will go with it. 

Rare offering. $1,100

Early 1800’s Brownstone Sink

Preston, Connecticut provenance. Excellent condition with no interior basin spalling common to aged brownstone. Sink measures 25” x 39” x 7” with a generous 4” depth. Radius inside corners and tapered interior sides. This is from an old collection and has been in careful storage and display. 


Circa 1875 Granite Step (RH-3)

Stippled and margined surface. Measures 29” x 47” x 9” Stone can be reversed to view natural edge instead of the chamfered edge.


Circa 1875 Granite Step (RH-2)

Stippled and margined. Measures 28” x 63” x 9” Chamfered lead edge can be reversed for natural edge if required.


Circa 1875 Granite Step RH-1

Stippled and margined. Measures 27” x 38” x 9” Chamfered lead edge can be turned to use rear/natural edge


Vintage Water Worn Bricks

Six antique/vintage standard sized bricks which have been subjected to years of water turbulence/wear. They present well in a garden or other decorative setting. 

$30.00/Set Flat rate shipping available to Continental US for $25.00

Brownstone Slab/Hearth/Step

30” x 88” x 5” Barn whitewash shown will clean/dissipate Nice smooth surface


Circa 1820 Marble Sink

New York state origin. Measures 24-1/2” x 36-3/4” x 5” H. 4” Deep chamfered/beveled edge interior. Extra holes drilled over the years which can easily be plugged.



Vintage Granite Stone Stock

Blocky granite stone material from vintage sites suitable for veneer or other stone construction projects requiring an “aged” look. This is high quality stock that you will not be disappointed with.

$250/Ton ( Local scale available)

Circa 1730 Granite Kitchen/Keeping Room Fireplace

Waterford, Connecticut Granite coursed Fireplace firebox opening measures 56”H x 66”W. Overall set up measures 81” W x 68”H including the original oak (wooden) lintel. Firebox is 25” Deep but can be constructed deeper if desired.


Granite Window and Doorway Lintels/Post Stock

Lengths from 6’-6” to 7’ plus x 9”x10” and 10” x 10”

Choice $35/LFT 

Circa 1840 Schist Granite Cistern Cover

From inside a Windsor, Connecticut dwelling house Measures 30” x 33-1/2” overall, hole is 15-1/2” x 17-1/2” Red dust will wash off revealing the color at the bottom of the photo.


18th Century Granite Mortar

From an 18th Century house site in Eastern Connecticut 
Originally situated in a rear door yard wall 
Measures 23” x 46” x 4” thick , bowl measures 7” diameter x 2-1/2” deep 
Not a common offering 



Vintage Grinding Stone

Nice item for a garden setting. This can be laid flat or tilted as shown using the original hardware that is still in place. Measures 2-1/2” thick x 23” diameter


18th Century Granite Kitchen Firebox Jamb Stones

Matched pair, perfect condition. Measure 24"W x 48"H x 10" at thickest portion, 6" at splay portion. Whitewash will clean off easily. 


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18th Century Natural Step Stone

Measures 92"L x 30"W x 9" thick Great foot worn surface



RARE 19th Century Wheelwrights/Blacksmiths Jig Stone

Massachusetts origin, concave surface to assemble wagon wheels. I owned one of these over 5 years ago but gave only seen them in museum settings. Measures 6'-10" diameter x 16" thick with a 14" center hole.


Carriage Wheel Bumper Stone/Bollard

Chamfered edges to "kick" over a wheel if it got too close. 19th Century. Granite finely finished and detailed. 49" overall , the finished portion being 15" x 15"


Circa 1880 Large Scale Granite Foundation Stones

Common width is 42" , lengths from 48" to 96" 
Would make a nice sidewalk or step stone stock

$150/Linear Foot

19th Century Granite Well Cap

Measures 4'-4" x 5' x 9" thick 
19" hole is centered on this stout/ solid looking example


Vintage Brownstone Cube/Blocks

14" x 14" x 16" average size 

Choice $35.00 each

Vintage Brownstone Decorative Elements

Base is 10-1/2" x 15-1/2" x 5" thick Forward projection is 14" overall

$95.00 each

Circa 1840 Side Entry Granite Two Step Set

Massachusetts origin, cape style dwelling Top step 63" L x 20"W x 8" rise Bottom Step 63" x 15" x 7" rise Top Step under-margined to fit flush/ tight to bottom Step Has two holes @ 6" apart which had a boot scrape


Sandstone Pulp Wheel

Measures 40" diameter x 23" From upstate New York this was used to mash down pulp wood in the paper making process.


Vintage Concrete Planter

Aged, wonderful eye appeal Measures 13" x 7" x 6" H


Pennsylvania Brownstone Slab #2

From a 19th century barn foundation Measures 24" x 67" x 5" Match to other listing, whitewashed but will easily clean


19th Century Schist Granite Well Cover

Great for patio setting due to it's perfectly smooth surface. Measures 47" x 68" x 3-1/2" with a 22" hole--great patina !!


Bluestone Well Cover



Granite Bake Oven Lintel

19th century, Hebron, Connecticut 26"L x 10" x 4"


19th Century Granite Entry Step

New Hampshire, measures 20” x 40” x 7” with a “rolled” front edge Four holes from a previous use—may have been boot scrapers. “Shadow” from a wood block will acid wash out


Circa 1820 Granite Gate Post

Pyramid/ hip top hand chiseled with a 5" peak height. Post is "beefy" at 9" x 18" and 8' overall length. Finished portion is 5' above grade. Has two 1-1/2" holes at 8" and 46" from the top. Wonderful early country look.


Granite Fence Post

Shorter mate to circa 1840 fence post that is 8’-8” L (listed on this site). This one is 56” L x 7” x 8” with 5/8” x 5”L pin/rod at the top and two lower irons which held a wooden fence lower rail.


Country Granite Post

79” x 9” x 9”


Crude Granite Country Post

95”L x 8” x 12” tapering to 9” x 8” at the top


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Foot Stone or Sole Stone

From a collection of naturally occurring stones is this foot-shaped curiosity. Measures 10”L x 4-1/2”W x 1-3/4”. Front and back views shown in photos. UNIQUE gift for that shoe store owner or “lead foot “ that you know !!! Nice color and surface.


Teardrop or Pendant Stone

This is a natural find. Beautiful symmetry and texture. Measures 9-1/4”L x 4-1/4”W x 1” thick. Front and back views shown.


"Pizza Stone”- All Natural

Measures 8-1/2” L x 6”W x 1-1/2” thick This is an all natural find. Has a “crust”. Shown with different backgrounds (front and back) for your scrutiny. UNIQUE !!!


Rose Granite Lintel (L)

19th century measures 49" L x 12" Face x 8" thick at left and 6" at right Excellent condition, beefy.


Early 18th Century Granite Lintel (L)

57"L x 16" face x 8" thick Crude/early appearance because it is !!


Granite Threshold Stones

These were in the doorways of most 19th century city buildings whether they were made of brick or stone. We have 12 of these in varying sizes most in the 4'-6"L x 13"W x 10" Thick range

Choice $175.00 each
Two larger matching measure 56"L x 19"W x 8" thick Choice $250.00 each

Circa 1830 Granite Parlor Fire Box Set (L)*

Two solid splayed side "cheek" stones each measure 32-1/2" H X 16" deep x 6" thick Matching lintel measures 41-1/2"L x 12" Face x 5" thick *Hearthstone not included but some are listed on this site


Vintage Limestone Niches

Two matching sets from a public building in Maine Four easy handling sections in very good + condition Overall assembled height 50" x 26" Width x 11" Deep Base piece/section is 32" overall width

$1100.00/pair or $600.00/choice

Granite Capping or Step Stock

We have hundreds of linear feet of this circa 1830-1850 vintage granite foundation stone. They average 16-18" in width and 7"-8" in thickness. Lengths from 2' to 10'.

Select $35.00/linear foot

Contemporary Granite Steps

1) 48-1/2" x 13" x 6" $150
2) 53-1/2" x 12" x 6" $150
3) 54-1/2" x 12" x 6" $150
4) 59-1/2" x 15" x 7" $200

Available for purchase separately or all four for $550.00


Large Scale Pair Granite Step Slabs

Slightly irregular but tasteful shape for stepping stones Generally measure 4' x 5' overall x 5"-6" thick Tan/light brown coloration

$425.00 Pair


Short Antique Granite Obelisk Posts

Set of 8 matching with an overall length between 45" and 52" and having 24" finished above grade. No taper to posts which measure 8" x 8" to a pyramid top.

Choice $300.00 each OR $2,750.00/Set

Granite Cube/Lintel Blocks

Crisp surfaces circa 1920. Sixteen pieces total13 of the blocks are 10" x 12" (lengths listed): 40", 46", 40", 46", 43", 43", 46", 46", 29", 40", 44", 44", 40"3 of the blocks are 12" x 12" x 46", 29" and 46"

Entire 60 LFT $2,400.00 OR $200.00 each select

Antique Brownstone Three Sided Decorative Elements (Pair)
30"L   x  16" W   x 5-1/2" thick
Nicely hand tooled for an imaginative adaptive re-use

Antique Brownstone Cap or Pedestal Bases (Matching Pair) 
Your imagination for the re-use of these two matching architectural elements:
11"Wide   x   35"L   x   6"  tapers to 3" over 14" of the 35"L  (See photos)
Nice crisp quality.
$245.00 Pair

19th Century Granite Foundation Stone Set 
Southeastern Connecticut origin
36 pieces totaling 130 linear feet.  3'-4' average length, some 6' and 8' lengths
Average width 13-15" (Face) x 8-10" thickness



18th Century Granite Bedroom Chamber Lintel 
45"L   x   12" face  x 5" thick
Nicely chamfered as it should be. This was set on a brick firebox.


Antique Limestone Window Sill 
(Name/Address Stone)

The original use of this stone was as a windowsill in a stone gristmill. Stood upright, as in the photos, it would make a great garden accent, or name/address stone for your country estate.
$250.00 each

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Antique Rose Granite Block Wall/Veneer Stock 
Circa 1875 hand cut and tooled
Various face sizes for ashlar lay-up
Generally 6-7" thick, very clean
Five (5)+ ton, sold as one lot only

Vintage Limestone Mantle (Bench?) Stone 
86" overall length originally- piece is broken-see photos. 15" W    X   4" thick with molded bullnose edge treatment. Can be reused as a bench or other decorative use.

Vintage Granite Walkway Stones
Five pieces totaling 12.75 linear feet, circa 1910
Common width is 30" and all are 4"-5" thick
Nice worn surface with crisp edges
Pieces measure: 30", 30", 27.5", 27.5" and 38"
$950.00/ Lot

Granite (Schist) Well Cover
49"  X  54"  X  20" Hole  (generally 4" thick)


Granite Post Capitals

Overall measurements are 21" x 21" x 8" tall base tapers to fit atop 16" x 16" columns. Excellent condition, no chips or cracks. Very low pitched pyramid tops.



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