Digby Stone - Sandstone Collection - Sunrise - Circles

Quick Find Code: 004067
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Digby Stone - Sandstone Collection - Sunrise - Circles

Quick Find Code: 004067
Grouped product items
Product Name Dimensions Price Inc Vat Qty
2 Ring Circle 1.8m
£297.11  per pack
inc VAT
3 Ring Circle 2.4m
£440.90  per pack
inc VAT
4 Ring Circle 3.46m
£762.73  per pack
inc VAT
delivery included

Digby Stones sandstone circles are a perfect way to elevate your garden space. Featuring a wide variety of colours and tones they are a great way to create a unique focal point to your outdoor area. Available in 5 colours, these stunning sandstone circles have the ability to complement a wide range of gardens, traditional or contemporary, boasting a smooth weathered look and hand-crafted finish. Sunrise consists of pastelled oranges, reds, and yellows, with some slabs featuring naturally formed banded patterns across their surface.

More Information
Quick Find Code 004067
Manufacturer Digby Stone
Material Sandstone
Supplier Colour Sunrise
Surface Finish Riven
Edge Finish Hand Cut
Thickness 22mm
Thickness Policy Manufacturer states that the thickness quoted is nominal and subject to manufacturing tolerances.
Calibrated / Uncalibrated
Dimension Policy Sizes and coverage are those attained when laid with a 10mm joint.
Digby Stone

Sandstone is a sedimentary rock that is most often composed of quartz sand, although sometimes they can be formed of feldspar. Sandstone is one of the most popular stones for garden paving, this is due to its strength, durability and also the different types of finishes and natural colours that it has meaning that it can be adapted to suit any type or style of garden. 

You can get Sandstone paving with a variety of different surface finishes. One of the finishes you can get with sandstone is a riven finish, this finish gives the stone more of a textured, rustic look. This type of finish is the first finish you get from the natural stone once the stone is sheered apart. This process occurs when the stone is originally cut from the block and sheered apart and thus giving a riven finish along the vein of the rock.