New England Architectural Center

Pieces of History

The Largest Reclaimed Blue Stone/Slate Dealer in New England

* Note: Prices are based upon availability of individual stones and sizes. All stones are sold in pallet quantities only. Shipping is available.

Jumbo Cobblestones

Very Large Cobblestones Both Reclaimed And Antique

Average length of stone:   9 to 12 inches long
Average depth of stone:   7 to 8 inches deep
Average width of stone:   4 to 5 inches wide
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Regulation Cobblestones

Large Cobblestones Both Reclaimed And Antique

Average length of stone:   9 to 12 inches long
Average depth of stone:   5 inches deep
Average width of stone:   4 inches wide
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Medium Cobblestones

Regular Sized Cobblestones Both Reclaimed And Antique

Average length of stone:  6 to 9 inches long
Average depth of stone:   5 inches deep
Average width of stone:   4 inches wide
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Half Stones

Thin Rectangular Stones

Average length of stone:   6 to 8 inches long
Average depth of stone:   5 to 7 inches deep
Average width of stone:   4 inches wide
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River Split Stones

Thin Non Symetrical Stones

River Split Stones vary in texture, size, and color which allows landscaping architects the ability to create beautiful, intricate and colorful patterns for a wide range of decorative stone applications. Please contact us for information on the sizes and color of River Split stones we have available.
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Brick Pavers

Vintage Brick Pavers And Antique Brick Pavers

New England Architectural Center offers a wide variety of antique brick pavers. Our brick pavers come in different sizes, colors, qualities, and styles which is why we are New England's largest supplier of vintage brick pavers.
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Acquired Historical Items

Pieces Of American History Acquired From Historical Buildings In New England

The New England Architectural Center recognizes that historical buildings and structures are becoming extinct at an alarming rate. In an effort to help preserve some of this country's precious history, we are salvaging architectural elements out of historical buildings before they get demolished. The items we salvage are then sold to the public making them accessible to everyone.
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