Salvaged Antique Stone

We carry a diverse inventory of antique stone for foundations, walkways, patios and gardens. Inventory includes granite steps, doorway and barn thresholds, lintels and steps; stone fence posts, capitals, well stones and lye stones; carved stone sinks and mill stones and mill stone drums. Click on the thumbnail image or heading to view more details. Subscribe to our mailing list for periodic e-mail updates on this and other inventory.

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For Sale: Salvaged Antique Stone
Updated 6/1/16

Well stone #13

Another very large well stone. It was purchased from a house on Duffy Rd in Abington, CT. It is some type of layered stone with mica in it. It measures 6’-4” x 8’-6” with a 19” diameter hole.

Cost: $3,500

Well stone #12 

This is a two piece (cracked) well stone that was broken many years ago. It was purchased from a house in Woodstock, CT. This could be a great landscaping piece or built into a stone deck. It measures 4’ x 6’ with a 19” diameter hole.

Cost: $1,500

Well stone #11 

 This is a very large well stone. It was originally located on a farm on Goodell Rd in Chaplin, CT. It measures 6’-4” x 9’-6” and the hole is 16” in diameter.

Cost: $4,500

Well stone #10 

 This is a special stone because it is dated and initialed. The date looks to be 1771 and the initials are CEC. While you can never be sure the date was carved at that time, there is no indication that it wasn’t. The well stone was purchased in 2003 from Wayne Ayers and came from the Lebanon center in CT. The stone measures 48” x 53” and the hole is 18” in diameter.

Cost: $7,500

Post set #10: 

 Very large scale pair of matched, hip-roof, granite posts. Would be used to flank a large gated entry way and to terminate stone walls on either side. They measure 15” x 15” x 10’+ in total length. The portion that is finished and will be proud of the ground level is 6’-3” tall. This is the largest set of gate posts I’ve seen in person. Great lichen growth.

Cost: $15,000

Granite Monolith: 

 This enormous piece of granite was purchase from John Budd of Eastford, CT in 1999. It may have been some type of ‘anchor’ stone for farm machinery. Three 4” diameter holes go all the way through the stone and really defines the look of the piece. The stone measures 32” x 20” x 8’ tall. Makes a great ornamental stone standing upright as in pictures. Weighs 6500 lbs.

Cost: $6,000

Mill Stone #9: DONATED

A fantastic and huge mill stone which was purchased from the Taylor Farm, Pike Rd, Woodstock, CT in 1994. It measures 4’-5” in diameter and 14” thick with a 9” hole. The stone is flat on face pictured with great hash marks and the other side is ‘bellied’ out. This is the best mill stone in this collection.

Cost: $7,500

Grind stone #2:

 Huge grind stone from somewhere in CT. It measures a whopping 6’ in diameter and 12” thick. Square hole is 5” x 5”. Would make a great ornamental stone or as a center feature built into the deck of a stone patio.

Cost: $4,500

Grind stone #1: 

 Very large grind stone from East Putnam, CT. Made from brownstone and has an old ‘scar’ on one side and newer ‘scars’ on the other (from a snow plow). It measures 3’-10” in diameter x 8” thick. The center is 4” x 4”. Great garden ornament or it could also be built into a stone wall, deck or walkway.

Cost: $2,500

Mill stone #8: 

 Large mill stone from Mansfield, CT. Fantastic hash marks and lichen growth. Measures 4’-3” in diameter x 9” thick. The hole is 9” in diameter. Great garden ornament or it could also be built into a stone wall, deck or walkway.

Cost: $5,000

Mill stone #7:

Large mill stone from Phoenixville, CT. Nicely worn and somewhat more primitive than the others here. It measures 4’-3” in diameter x 6” thick. The hole is 8” in diameter. Great garden ornament or it could also be built into a stone wall, deck or walkway.

Cost: $3,000

Mill stone #6: SOLD

 Large mill stone from Deep River, CT. Has great ‘hash’ marks and interesting stone matrix. Measures 4’-1” diameter x 10” thick. The hole is 16” in diameter. Great garden ornament or to be built into a wall, deck or walkway.

Cost: $5,000

Mill stone #5: 

 Nice, very small, New England mill stone. It measures 14” in diameter x 4” thick. Great ornament for inside or out. It could also be built into a stone wall, deck or walkway.

Cost: $850

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Mill stone #4:

Nice, very small, New England mill stone. It measures 14.5” in diameter x 3.25” thick. Great ornament for patio or inside. It could also be built into a stone wall, deck or walkway.

Cost: $750

Mill stone #3: 

 Nice, small mill stone from New Hampshire with 2 holes. It measure 22” in diameter x 7.5” thick. Great garden or patio ornament. It could also be built into a stone wall, deck or walkway.

Cost: $950

Mill stone #2:

 Nice, small mill stone from New Hampshire with 3 holes. It measures 21” in diameter x 6” thick. Great garden or patio ornament. It could also be built into a stone wall, deck or walkway.

Cost: $950

Mill stone #1: 

 Small black granite mill stone was purchased at an auction in Central Village, CT back in the 1990’s. It measures 26” in diameter x 4” thick.

Cost: $1,250

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Fence post set #5:

 A matched pair of wire cut granite fence posts. They have Pyramid caps and a slight taper. Measure 4’ long, 10” square at base and 9” square at top.

Cost: pair only, $1,250

Stone chimney cap 

 This stone chimney cap measures 24” x 28” and is nicely tooled. It would make for a unique garden ornament or planter. It has an old crack on one of the sides. Stable.

Cost: $500

Tether stone #2: 

 Large tether stone with imbedded iron bar. The stone measures 42” x 24” x 6” thick. The iron rod is 28” long.

Cost: $325

Tether stone #1: 

 This nice (home-made) tether stone was found by the owner of the property at Pilfershire Bridge Corner in Eastford, CT.

Cost: $250

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Mortar stone #5: 

A rare, primitive and early mortar stone in great condition. Measures approximately 28” in diameter and 6” thick.

Cost: $950

Lye stone #6: 

 A unique ‘cupped’ and very early lye stone from the Pomfret, CT area. It measures approximately 33” in diameter and 6” thick. The carved area is approximately 18” in diameter.

Cost: $1,250

Lye stone #5: 

This very primitive and very early lye stone came from the Abington section of Pomfret, CT and was located at the ‘Abington Clinic’. It measures approximately 4’ wide x 3’ deep and 4” thick. It is in great condition and has great eye appeal.

Cost: $2,250

Granite counter tops: Three pieces of polished granite.  A few uses could be an island top or coffee table.  Each are 54&1/2” wide x 35&1/2” deep x 1&3/4” thick. 

Cost: $250 each or $600 for all three

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Stone Wall End Caps #2
This matching pair of 'hip-roof' cap-stones from Stafford Springs Motor Speedway, c.1916. The tooled granite has '1916' boldly etched into one side of one stone. Stones measure 35" x 35" and approximately 12" tall to peak.

Cost: $3,000/pair

Half Mill Stone #3
Another nice stone that is not quite the total 'half' of this one. Measures 47" in width x 20" deep x 7.5" thick.

Cost: $650

Mortar Stone #1RY
We think this rough stone bowl might have been for crushing grain or corn.

Dimensions: ~27" long x ~17" wide x ~8" thick. The bowl is off set and is 11" in diameter and ~ 3" deep.

Cost: $2,000

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