Bradstone - Old Town Paving - Weathered Limestone - Circles

Quick Find Code: 000099
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Bradstone - Old Town Paving - Weathered Limestone - Circles

Quick Find Code: 000099
Grouped product items
Product Name Dimensions Price Inc Vat Qty
2 Ring Circle 2.8m
£672.43  per pack
3rd Ring 4.0m
£602.04  per pack
Squaring off Kit for 2 Ring Circle 2.80m
£238.67  per pack
Squaring Off Kit for 3 Ring Circle 4.00m
£364.07  per pack
delivery included
For that added ′wow′ factor! A sensational standalone feature, Old Town Circles are equally stunning when incorporated into a paved area. These weathered limsetone circles can make a magnificent centrepiece by replacing the centre stone with cobbles to make a stunning water feature.
More Information
Quick Find Code 000099
Manufacturer Bradstone
Material Concrete (Man Made)
Supplier Colour Weathered Limestone
Surface Finish Aged / Tumbled
Edge Finish Rumbled
Thickness 40mm
Thickness Policy Manufacturer states that size dimensions quoted are nominal and will vary depending on stone and edging.
Calibrated / Uncalibrated
Dimension Policy Sizes and coverage are those attained when laid with a 10-15mm joint.
Bradstone have been helping people transform their gardens since 1956. Bradstone was established in 1902 originally as from the family company of E H Bradley and Sons.

With operations still from one of their original sites in the Cotswolds. An area of England famous for the beauty of its historic villages, the natural stone quarried there is characterised by its soft yellow colour that is still used in our products today. 

British made concrete, natural Indian sandstone and ultra modern porcelain  are all Bradstone staples.

Limestone is fine textured, so it takes on a distinctive, velvety finish when cut for paving. The surface is best described as an orange peel texture. Due to the impurities found in its sediment Limestone is available in a large variety of differing colours Dark grey, blue-grey, pale grey, cream, and tan colours are usually the easiest to find and limestone tends to be more evenly coloured than sandstone or granite. The very fine grain of Limestone makes it relatively easy to cut into all sorts of decorative shapes. As it is more dense than other natural stones it is much more resilient to the British weather and dries much quicker when wet.