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Tudor Cobbles

The Tudor Antique Cobbles range of mixed size rustic natural stone block paving has been designed to meet the needs of traditional and historic homes. The cobble stones have been tumbled to give them a softer, time-worn and weathered finish. This gives them their antique appearance and character.

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Per m² £85.99inc VAT £71.66ex VAT
Per pack £986.31inc VAT £821.92ex VAT
Per m² £96.99inc VAT £80.82ex VAT
Per pack £1,112.47inc VAT £927.06ex VAT
Per m² £96.99inc VAT £80.82ex VAT
Per pack £1,112.47inc VAT £927.06ex VAT

Traditional Cobble Stone Paving

If you have a period property and are looking for appropriate paving to complement your home's architectural style, then it is likely our Tudor Antique Cobbles will be the ideal solution. The range is made up of both sandstone and limestone cobbles, and they are available in a range of colours which should allow you to match or compliment your property's existing masonry.

Their weathered looks and traditional masonry production methods means these cobbles will look ideal with period homes.

Period Building Driveways

These cobbles are ideal for creating domestic driveways for period and historic buildings. The smaller format of these cobbles and their depth (30-45mm) means they are suitable for domestic driveways and vehicle parking areas.

Courtyards & Mews

These cobble stones stylistically are also very well suited for paving courtyards, quadrangles, cloisters, porticos, arcades, mews, and coach yards. They will provide just the right amount of period charm, giving these walkways and enclosed areas the right look and feel.

Pack Formats

Tudor Cobbles come in a mixed size contractor pack with four different cobble stone sizes:

  • 400 x 300 mm
  • 300 x 200 mm
  • 200 x 200 mm
  • 200 x 150 mm

Hand-Cut & Tumbled

The stone for these cobbles has been selected by our expert quarry team and hand-cut by our masons to ensure they are manufacture in accordance with historical practice. Once the stone is hewn, dress and cut, it is then tumbled, to provide the characteristics of time-worn wear and tear that softens and smooths older stones.