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Historic European Cobblestone offers a thin antique cobblestone paver for driveways. There are 6 different sizes available in both sandstone and granite, as well as two height options: original FULL or SAWN @ 1.5” to 2″ for mortar set applications!
Designers have a way of spotting an object of beauty and its application for a design project. Natural stone is an easy choice; its beauty and durability are limitless when it comes to personalizing and designing your home.
Create curb appeal for your garden walkway, path and driveway with antique reclaimed cobblestone and curbing from the Historic European Cobblestone collection.
Genuine cobblestone is not typically thought of as a stone paver due to its size and irregular shape, especially if it is antique, salvaged or reclaimed. However, you can have a genuine antique reclaimed granite cobblestone paver in either its full original thickness or sawn thin for paving!
Memorable homes begin with the driveway! Architect R. Michael Graham of Liederbach and Graham Architects, designed a stunning mansion for his clients outside of Chicago, using Historic European Cobblestone authentic reclaimed antique Sandstone cobble for the grand driveway entrance.
If you live in a snow zone, shoveling snow is something you might not look forward to. A radiant heating system for driveways or walkways may be the answer if your conditions and budget allows.
A stone paver should be made of natural stone such as granite, sandstone, porphyry or limestone, but careful review may reveal otherwise. Some suppliers and retailers use the term stone pavers or paving stone, but they are not made of natural stone. Always ask if the product is indeed real stone, or a composite
Granite is the most plentiful natural stone available and is a strong choice for cobblestone; cobblestone driveways, walkways, edging and more.
History is found beneath your feet! For hundreds of years in Europe, local stone was quarried, hand split then ‘cobbled’ into rectangle or square shapes for use as road pavement. Historic European Cobblestone and curb is reclaimed, salvaged, imported nationwide.