Bradstone - Scalloped Edgings - Grey

Quick Find Code: 050126
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Bradstone - Scalloped Edgings - Grey

Quick Find Code: 050126
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Product Name Units per pack Price Inc Vat Qty
Scalloped Edging - Grey 48
£236.32  per pack
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Bradstone's range of rustic and contemporary edging offers a neat and attractive finish when used to edge lawns, flower beds, paths, driveways or patios. Traditional designs portray the character, texture and colours of varying types of naturally occurring stone.
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Quick Find Code 050126
Manufacturer Bradstone
Supplier Colour Grey
Material Concrete (Man Made)
Surface Finish Smooth
Edge Finish Ridges
Thickness Policy Thickness stated is subject to manufacturers tolerances which is typically +-3mm.
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.
Concrete Concrete paving is a versatile and cost effective option for garden paving. Concrete mixture is usually mixed with dyes and then left in a mould, these molds can even be made using real paving slabs to mimic natural stone more accurately. The slabs are then vibrated which gives them extra strength and are left to dry, this process is called curing. Sometimes different aggregates and materials are added to create different textures, some of which are made from reconstituted slabs. Because of the way concrete slabs are made the design possibilities are endless. Straying away from a regular concrete slab some manufactures mimic natural sandstone and limestone or even wooden stepping stones.

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