The rarest to find and the most desirable of reclaimed stone was quarried in the 1800's in upstate New York.
We at NEAC scour the N. Y. Countryside finding and harvesting hand cut and hand quarried bluestone
from this period.
Our reclaimed vintage stone products are not only the best but the most beautiful! The chisel marks, hand feathered edges and time worn surface are impossible to replicate at any price.
We have been fortunate in locating bluestone from 2 ft wide up to 12 ft wide with lengths running 2 ft long to 10 ft long. The most common pieces being in the 4 ft to 5 ft wide ranges from 2 ft to 6 ft long. Most pieces being a few inch's thick on smaller pieces up to 8" thick on larger pieces. Our blue curbing offers the same beauty hand carved product and one of a kind uniqueness.
As an old abandoned building is torn down to make way for something newer, a piece of American History is lost forever. The New England Architectural Center recognizes this disturbing trend and has found a way to not only save some of our country's precious history but also share it with people like yourself.
We scour the New England area in search of historical buildings and landmarks that are scheduled for demolishion and remove any and all reuseable pieces. Whether it's a cobblestone wall outlining a property, a sign from the front of a historical theatre, or a hand crafted staircase made from solid oak we do our best to remove these items and sell them to individuals who wish to own these items. If you are interested in the items we have aquisitioned then you can check out our "Products" link or view countless images in our photogallery. If you have questions regarding any of the items your see then feel free to call us or contact us anytime.