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Reclaimed Stones

Standing Stones

  • Standing Stones #20688


  • Lichen covered megalith

    Standing Stones #7477

    Lichen covered megalith


  • Giant megalith over 20 feet tall!

    Standing Stones #7482

    Giant megalith over 20 feet tall!


  • Reclaimed granite facade

    Standing Stones #7487

    Reclaimed granite facade


  • An old iron plug leaving its mark!

    Standing Stones #7492

    An old iron plug leaving its mark!


  • Reclaimed granite blocky post converted to lamp post

    Standing Stones #7497

    Reclaimed granite blocky post converted to lamp post


  • Reclaimed granite column

    Standing Stones #7502

    Reclaimed granite column


  • Granite gate post

    Standing Stones #7507

    Granite gate post


  • Antique granite bollards

    Standing Stones #7512

    Antique granite bollards


  • Hand split fence posts from an 1800's Vermont sheep farm

    Standing Stones #7517

    Hand split fence posts from an 1800's Vermont sheep farm


Hand split posts- (up to 12"x12")

Rustic granite posts have been used for mailboxes, lamp posts, fences and any other number of things across New England since the earliest days of the settlers.  Stone Farm harvests these posts or takes material we find; curbing or granite blocks and hand splits them creating a rough hewn look post.  (show two photos)

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Columns - 16"x16" and up in size

Columns are really just posts with size and scale. Want to make a statement at a driveway entrance, end of a wall or in a garden; use a massive stone column.  Stone Farm roughly defines a column as a post that is at least 18” x 18” x 4’ plus. 

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Bollards - small ornamental hand tooled posts

Bollards are small posts that were originally associated with maritime activities.  Now they are used for traffic control, pedestrian flow or just decorative posts in a garden setting.  

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Stone Posts Used Throughout Landscaped Property in Upstate, NY