Reclaimed Cobblestone Pavers

The worn patina and subtle colors and textures of Antique Cobblestones speak of a rich, timeless history.  Whether harvested directly from an old street in America or  a quaint village in Europe, these cobblestones have a story to tell and a history to be appreciated and preserved.


domestic regulation reclaimed cobblestones
Reclaimed European Porphyry Cobbles
Reclaimed European Sandstone Cobbles

Domestic Cobblestones

European porphyry

European Sandstone

Typically sourced throughout the Northeast, these cobbles are often quarried from multiple locations. Our Domestic Cobblestones unique range of color, from weathered grays to tan with underlying earth tones. This warm patina, combined with a worn, smooth texture that only time can develop, provide a look not found with new materials.

Specifications (Approx.)

8" L x 4.5" W x 5" T
11" L x 4.5" W x 8" T

Belgian Porphyry is referred to as “the Belgian block” and is known for its exceptional hardness and durability. These stones were commonly used in well-known city centers of affluence including Paris and New York City. These cobbles offer beautiful combinations of coloring; green-brown, brown-rusty, green-blue, rusty-red and blue. Shapes include both squares and rectangles. ​


Greens, Blues and Earth Tones

5.25x7.5”, 6x6”

Full bed 6-7”
Half bed 2.5-3.5”
Thin cut 1.25-2”

Antique or flat

Belgian Sandstone is a very hard and resistant sandstone cobble quarried in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries in the Walloon region of Belgium. This cobblestone offers a generally smooth and well-worn top face. Colors vary from brown over grey to earthy green as well as lavender. Colors in cobblestones contained within a specific batch offer similar characteristics.


Beige, Okra to Plum Tones

5.25x7.5”, 6x6”

Full bed 6-7”
Half bed 3”
Thin cut 1.25-2.25”

Antique and Flat


Sandstone & Porphyry 
Dry vs. Wet

Antique cobblestones can look very different when they are dry or wet. Wet cobbles tend to show off the color variations more, as well as the beautiful sheen and patina of the reclaimed stone. 

On both of these pictures, the Sandstone cobbles are on top, with the Porphyry cobbles on the bottom, but on the left they are dry vs. on the right they are shown wet. 

Sandstone top -Porphyry bottom-WET

Check out current projects using all of our antique cobbles in our PROJECT AREAS section.
From full cobblestone driveways to cobblestone driveway aprons, reclaimed cobblestones can change an ordinary project into something truly unique!


European Sandstone Cobblestone

Domestic Cobblestone Driveway

Reclaimed Domestic Cobblestones

The natural stone driveway that leads to your home can bring curb appeal to a whole new level, making a very big first impression. Natural stone pavers for driveways can give a sense of elegance to your home, even before a guest steps inside...