FARm FRESH FINDS


We scour the world for natural stone that we can bring to life inside and outside of your home. Farm Fresh Finds is the place to see our latest findings in natural, reclaimed stone.

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RECLAIMED GRANITE SQUARES

Ripped up from a street in Asia, this granite has great 'wear', is great for patios, and beautiful gray and beige tones that complement granites from the Northeast.  

Found: August, 2018; currently located in our yard in Monroe, ct


Specifications

3-4" Thick 22.5" x 22.5".


 
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RECLAIMED ASIAN PLANKS

Reclaimed from sidewalks in Asia, these flat granite pieces are great for pathways, patios and borders.  

Found: August, 2018; currently located in our yard in Monroe, ct


Specifications

2-3" thick 8-14" wide 3'-7' lengths


 
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RECLAIMED GRANITE BLOCKS

A great mix of granite blocks for benches, tables, landings and even squares for accents. 

Found: June, 2018; currently located in our yard in Monroe, ct


Specifications

Bench Block

Dimensional and Semi-Dimensional


 
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RECLAIMED BLUESTONE CURBING

Approximately 500 feet of antique bluestone curbing! 

Found: April. 2018; vcurrently located in our yard in Monroe, ct


Specifications

Lengths - 3'-5'

Depth - 15-16"

Height - 3-5"


 
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Reclaimed: Sandstone Sidewalks

Found: Feb. 2018; currently located in our yard in Monroe, ct


Specifications

Sizes range from
2' x 4'
3' x 5'

Rare find - we just harvested 3 truckloads of some beautiful antique sandstone in some great sizes! Our first truck just arrived in Monroe, Ct. If you need any for Spring projects, call us before it's gone!

 

Reclaimed: Quarry Tailings

Found: December 2017; currently located in our yard in Monroe, ct


Specifications

Dimensions
Medium - 4" x 6" x7-10"
Jumbo - 4" x 6" x12"

During the 19th century, New England had hundreds of quarries throughout the states. Many of these quarries produced materials for very local markets, while others had larger operations that shipped materials south along the Eastern seaboard. During quarry operations, large pieces of split off block were produced and dumped into large piles, known as tailings. Most of these quarries closed by the early 20th century, leaving large tailing piles across the U.S. Over the last century, these discarded slabs of granite have had time to weather beautifully, thanks to nature’s elements. Today, Stone Farm harvests these stones to repurpose them as pieces of history for your home.

WE BUY OLD STONE……...

If you have some cool old stone you’d think we’d like to buy, please send pictures and details to: Mark@stonefarmliving.com