The Many Faces of Edgework & Cut Stone

Dec 7th BLOG
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Custom edge finishing will enhance the natural beauty of stone surfaces. Adding a touch of design is an advantageous improvement, adding a unique element that you will surely love.

What is Edgework?

Edgework is creating a textured look to stone, where a skilled craftsman chisels the top and bottom of a stone edge or face. At Fieldstone Center, our machinery produces intricate 3D renderings with its cutting-edge technology, which are then custom cut in-house for a one-of-a-kind design. Your vision is digitally designed and produced to your specifications.

Custom Cut Stone at Fieldstone Center

Fieldstone Center specializes in the fabrication of custom cut limestone, sandstone, and bluestone.

  1. Limestone: A sedimentary rock commonly composed of tiny fossils, shell fragments and other fossilized debris.

    Uses: Interior columns, fireplaces, feature walls, flooring, wall cladding, swimming pool coping, windowsills and trim, and bathrooms.

  2. Sandstone: A sedimentary rock composed mostly of quartz sand, but can also contain feldspar, slit, and clay.

    Uses: Support columns on porches, outdoor ovens, fireplaces, patios, porches, retaining walls, walkways, and garden benches.

  3. Bluestone: One of the most abundant American natural stones consisting of a mixture of sand compound and quartz particles.

    Uses: Patios, stair treads, stone walls, pool coping, and fireplaces.

Edgework Styles

Beveled Edge
Beveled & Flamed Edge
Bullnose Edge
Eased Edge
Half Bullnose Edge
Half Bullnose & Flamed Edge
O-Gee Edge
Pitched Edge

At Fieldstone Center, our knowledgeable, creative, and service minded staff will provide you with quality stone and masonry products designed for every project need. Visit us online or stop by today!

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