Friday, September 28, 2012

Decorative Stone products created from New England Fieldstone



New England Fieldstone is used as a decorative stone from Massachusetts.  Natural Stone Veneer is created from Fieldstone to make a building material to side homes and other building structures.  Fieldstone can also be used as a decorative stone for crafts found throughout Massachusetts and other New England states.

Stoneyard.com  takes pride in crafting all natural, real stone veneer from Historic New England Fieldstone and other all natural stone products.  Our stone veneer, siding or cladding, is used for homes, offices, hardscapes, landscaping or any other architectural construction project that demands the finest surface covering.

The Boston Globe  recently published an article noting an honorable mention representing American Stonecraft.  “Now, for the first time in our history, I am proud to introduce a collection of home accessories; lighting, vessels, and stoneware, that capture the timeless beauty of New England's dramatic fieldstone. This glacial rubble is gathered each spring from the frost bitten topsoil commonly seen in farmer's walls. The inner beauty of this fieldstone is now refined and polished to make it so much more than the raw forms we often see. I am grateful to have you follow my collection as it evolves from humble beginnings in 2010 to the collection you see today.” ( Artist/Craftsman: Gerald Croteau)

Whether you are constructing a building or simply purchasing a remarkable gift, New England Fieldstone will provide you with beauty and durability to last a lifetime. Decorative Stone from Massachusetts and throughout other New England States will be a dependable product for your all your stone needs.






New England Stone Plate to be used for cheese, sushi, and other nibbles.

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