Custom Fabrication of Reclaimed Granite

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.

Carbide Chisel and Hammer

Carbide Chisel and Hammer

Custom Fireplace Surrounds

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Let us create you a one of a kind reclaimed granite fireplace surround. We can design a granite feature for any landscape or masonry application.

Contact us today if you are interested in natural stone veneer products or accents such as this fireplace surround.

Granite Stepping Stones

We have a large inventory of shorter granite curbing ideal for steppers . This material was salvaged from local streets and would look great along side New England Fieldstone.

Reclaimed Granite Stepping Stones

Reclaimed Granite Stepping Stones

Odd Fellow – Quarter Round Granite Trimstone

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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.

Round Stones

Here are a number of unique stones that have been salvaged over the years. Millstones and Wellstones are the true jewel of any New England Stone collector.

These stones were all hand crafted over 100 years ago.

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Granite Wellstone in Center

Granite Wellstone in Center

Granite Wellstone

Granite Wellstone

Projects Over the Years…

Reclaimed Sills in Stock

Reclaimed Sills in Stock

Reclaimed stone inventory in Charlton, MA

Reclaimed stone inventory in Charlton, MA

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Leominster Granite Veneer

Leominster Granite Veneer

The Millbury Estate

The Millbury Estate

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Odd Fellows’ Home – Worcester, MA

 

 

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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.

From Wikipedia

“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”

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Reclaimed Granite Cobblestones

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We have a great inventory of reclaimed granite cobblestones. These make great walking surfaces or can be used for edging along a garden or patio.

Reclaimed Granite Lamp Posts

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.

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We were able to remove concrete and most debris from the stone with out giving it an entire facelift. The lower stones are uncleaned.

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The copper is tied into the vinyl mount and ready for a fixture.

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Goodbye Granite!

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!

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