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.

Please contact us with questions (860-655-5259) or if you are interested in purchasing any of the architectural antiques shown below.

For Sale: Salvaged Antique Stone
Updated 12/30/14

Barn threshold stone #3: SOLD

This stone I just uncovered while repairing the entrance to my 1760’s English entrance barn.  It measures 10’ wide x 5’ deep and averages about 8” thick. 

Cost: $7500.  Delivery cost would be approximately $250 + $75 per hour round trip

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

Stone sink #5:  SOLD Brownstone sink from farm house in Lebonon, CT.  Measures 37&1/2” wide x 26”deep x 6&1/2” thick.  Basin is approximately 4” deep. 

Cost:  $1850

Well Stone #2: SOLD From a farm house in Lebonon, CT.  Hole diameter approximately 18”.  Outer diameter averages approximately 4'4”.  Thickness from 2” to 4”.  Solid, no cracks. 

Cost:  $850

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Stone step #12: SOLD

Measures 63” wide x 29” deep x 6” thick. 

Cost: $500

Stone step #11: Measures 58” wide x 22” deep x 8” thick. 

Cost: $250

Foundation stone(s) #1: set of foundation stones from Killingly, CT.  Both are 6'9” long and approximately 15” to 16” tall and an irregular thickness. 

Cost:  for pair, $450

Stone step #9: measures 62” wide x 30” deep on left & 24” deep on right x ~6” thick. 

Cost:  $500

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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

Entry Stone #7
Early set of secondary entrance stones from a northeastern CT house. The larger stone is 52" wide x 32" deep x ~6" thick. The smaller stone is 52" wide x approximately 24"+/- (21" to water channel) x ~6" deep.

Cost: $850/set

Stone Sink #4
A unique antique stone sink that measures 40" wide x 20" deep x approx. 6" thick. The sink bowl is 14" in diameter and 3" deep.

Cost: $2,800

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Entry/Threshold Stone #5
A very large (thick) entry stone step that measures 5' wide x 35" deep x an 8" face

Cost: $750

Stage Coach Step #2 SOLD
We speculate that this was a stage coach step, or part of a 2 step system. It measures 20" deep x 40" wide x 11" thick.

Cost: $600

Hitching Post #1 SOLD
7'4" total length. The top 51" is tooled with the rest as the 12" x 12" 'anchor' underground.

Cost: $1850

Hearth Stone #2 SOLD
Large hearth stone: 7' long x 25.5" deep x 6" thick.

Cost: $2850

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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

Stone gate posts #3 SOLD
This is a handsome matching pair of large, early gate posts. They have 'hip roof' tops that come to a point and a 'wheel guard' bulge carve at each base.

Cost: $4,500/pair

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Stone Bowl #1RY
Another mystery! We think this rough stone bowl might have been for crushing grain or corn. What do you think?

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

Stone Trough #1: R YSOLD
The purpose for this nicely tooled stone trough is a mystery to us. It has very smooth channels possibly to hold a bar with a larger cylinder (not found with the trough).
Dimensions: 54" long x 13" wide x 8" high, 4" deep at center.

Cost: $1,850

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Limestone 'keyed' pieces #1:R Y
Twelve pieces from a 'keyed' and carved limestone arch, origin unknown. They each have a taper on each side and a slight curvature of the carved face. They were 'keyed' together to form an arch over an entryway.

Dimensions: ~20" high x 13.5" on one end and 12.5" on the other. The 'top' or outward top face is ~ 12" x 13".

Cost: $3,000 for set or $300 each

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Mill Stone Drums #5, 6 & 7 R Y
These 3 drums came from Manchester, CT, and are brownstone that has nicely aged. Most likely crafted from Portland brownstone.
Cost: $325 each or all 3 for $900

Marble post points (#1): SOLD (one on right)
Both are approx. 10” x 10” x 24” tall.
Cost: $250 each

Lye Stone (#2): SOLD
This lye stone was found locally in the Killingly, CT, woods. It is approx. 46” deep at the largest point and 50” wide at the larges point. The circle is ~ 26” in diameter and it is approx. 7&1/2” thick.
Cost: $1,250

Antique Well Stone: SOLD
This well stone came from an antique cape in Willington, CT. It measures approx. 46.5” deep x 67.5” wide x 3” thick. The hole is 22” in diameter and is off-set to the right and towards the back.
Cost: $1,650

Antique Carved Stone Capitals:
These matching stone capitals were salvaged from a New Haven, CT building...
Cost: $1,200 for pair

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