An ideal replacement for reclaimed handmade bricks salvaged from the demolition of old farm buildings, this reclamation brick is characterised by red/orange shades weathered with soot and grime with additional traces of lime mortar.
An orange/red handmade brick with subtle weathering to give an instantly established look, these bricks were used extensively throughout rural buildings over the centuries throughout the shire counties.
Yellow Multi stocks have been used dating back to the early 19th century, these characteristic red and pink toned bricks were a signature building material throughout London and the south east of England.
Known as a Yellow London Stock’, these bricks have been extensively used in London and the surrounding counties since the 17th century. The bricks are a dark yellow colour and exhibit flashing and some black overburns as a result of how the bricks were fired Read More
Our Yellow Stock undergoes an aging process to change the appearance to that of a genuine reclaimed Yellow Stock brick with a stronger mustard colour with soot engrained on the face and traces of mortar residue.
A soft creamy yellow brick produced from gault clay and used historically in prestigious buildings for very high quality facing work in Cambridge, London, Suffolk and the home counties. Also commonly know as a Suffolk White.
The most popular Victorian brick used throughout the Midlands in the Shire counties in both private and public sector buildings. Manufactured by cutting an extruded ribbon of clay by wire, hence the name, they are typically shades of red to orange
These hydraulically pressed bricks were used in the 19th century terraced housing across North West England. They feature a characteristic red and orange base, pale flashings and dark ‘overburns’ This is available in a Imperial and a metric size