PA FIELDSTONE ASHLAR & JUMPERS

Pennsylvania Fieldstone Ashlar Veneer is a natural fieldstone full veneer that is guillotined to retain the weathered  appearance of a dry stacked stone wall. From the northeast region of Pennsylvania, its subtle earth tone colors range from gray, to gray-green, warm browns and tans. The rustic nature of this stone is enhanced by occasional moss and lichen.

It is available in a 4″ bed depth as well as a 6″ bed depth which allows for a slightly taller face.

In this photo the Ashlar is blended with our PA. Jumpers which are a larger rectangular cut. This blend results in a lovely block and strip pattern.

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PA FIELDSTONE ASHLAR

Pennsylvania Fieldstone Ashlar Veneer is a natural fieldstone full veneer that is guillotined to retain the weathered  appearance of a dry stacked stone wall. From the northeast region of Pennsylvania, its subtle earth tone colors range from gray, to gray-green, warm browns and tans. The rustic nature of this stone is enhanced by occasional moss and lichen.

It is available in 4″ bed depth or 6″ bed depth which allows for a slightly taller face and was used on this beautiful home.

It was cut and trimmed by skilled masons to create a very structured yet natural appearance.

For more information on Stone Veneer Cuts select below.

Stone Cuts

 

PA FIELDSTONE ASHLAR

Pennsylvania Fieldstone Ashlar Veneer is a natural fieldstone full veneer that is guillotined to retain the weathered  appearance of a dry stacked stone wall. From the northeast region of Pennsylvania, its subtle earth tone colors range from gray, to gray-green, warm browns and tans. The rustic nature of this stone is enhanced by occasional moss and lichen.

It is available in a 4″ bed depth as well as a 6″ bed depth which allows for a slightly taller face.

For more information on Stone Veneer Cuts select below.

Stone Cuts

 

PA FIELDSTONE  HEAVY ASHLAR

Pennsylvania Fieldstone Ashlar Veneer is a natural fieldstone full veneer that is guillotined to retain the weathered  appearance of a dry stacked stone wall. From the northeast region of Pennsylvania, its subtle earth tone colors range from gray, to gray-green, warm browns and tans. The rustic nature of this stone is enhanced by occasional moss and lichen.

It is available in a 4″ bed depth as well as a 6″ bed depth which allows for a slightly taller face.

This project was done using PA. Heavy Ashlar mixed with some mosaic veneer to give rustic stacked mix.