Natural Indian Sandstone Copings & Pier Caps - Mint Fossil

Quick Find Code: 007802
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Natural Indian Sandstone Copings & Pier Caps - Mint Fossil

Quick Find Code: 007802
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Product Name Units per pack Price Inc Vat Qty
Coping - 560 x 420 x 50mm 30
£519.06  per pack
inc VAT
Coping - 560 x 320 x 50mm 40
£578.26  per pack
inc VAT
Coping - 560 x 160 x 50mm 80
£810.19  per pack
inc VAT
Pier Cap - 530 x 530 x 65mm 10
£437.71  per pack
inc VAT
Pier Cap - 450 x 450 x 65mm 20
£491.16  per pack
inc VAT
Pier Cap - 380 x 380 x 65mm 20
£274.08  per pack
inc VAT
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Mint Fossil Natural Indian Sandstone Coping adding the finishing touch to a wall to create boundaries, divides, raised seats planters or a simple pillar.

Our copings do not come with a drip line cut into the edge as customers use these for other things, not just copings. Once a drip line is cut into a coping it can't be removed, they can be added very easily with an angle grinder or a stihl saw. Your landscaper should be able to do this very easily.

A new addition to the Hardstone Indian Sandstone Walling range. The walling pier caps are designed to sit on pillars or posts. However, this does not mean they cannot be used for other purposes. There are many tones throughout with mixes of creams, mellow yellows, and the occasional gold tone running through the stone.  The 65mm thickness makes them a very thick stone and we have had customers previously use these as steps. The pier caps will go well with the Mint Fossil tumbled or hand-cut walling.
More Information
Quick Find Code 007802
Manufacturer Hardstone
Supplier Colour Mint Fossil
Material Sandstone
Surface Finish Riven
Edge Finish Rough / Hand Cut
Thickness Policy Thickness stated is subject to manufacturers tolerances which is typically +/-5mm.

Our sister company Hardstone was first founded in 2003 by Robert Pickard. With 25+ years experience in the Sheffield builders merchant scene under his tool belt, his expertise in and extensive knowledge has allowed him to build up great trading relationships with suppliers in the UK, India, China and Italy to name a few. 

Because of these excellent relationships and smaller supply chain it allows us to offer a much better price. It also allows us to focus highly on developing practical solutions to ethical trade that deliver benefits for workers. Hardstone ensure that the suppliers are all members of the ETI which is a unique organisation bringing together global companies, trade unions and NGOs

With ranges extending from more traditional natural sandstone and limestone to the contemporary and stylish  porcelain paving. 


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.

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