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 11/12/14

Barn threshold stone #3:

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:  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: 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: 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
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
7'4" total length. The top 51" is tooled with the rest as the 12" x 12" 'anchor' underground.

Cost: $1850

Hearth Stone #2
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
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 Y
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):
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:
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

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Antique Carved Granite SOLD
This carved pink granite stone is probably the top to an elegant Asian stone lantern. It measures approx. 16.5” high x 22” diameter at base.
Cost: $1,850

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

Antique Stone, Lintel #2: SOLD
Antique lintel stone salvaged from a 1790s Canterbury, CT house. 12.5-inches high, 53-inches wide, approximately 5-inches deep.
Cost: $750

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