Natural stone and brick quoins

Our structural stone quoins, or cornerstones, are made from natural limestone, sandstone or Yorkstone and give any building an air of solidity. Traditionally used to accentuate the corners of buildings, they may be made from a contrasting stone, or from the same stone as the rest of the building, but with a contrasting finish. We also design and manufacture bricks for creating brick quoins, which can be equally striking and traditional. Brick quoins are often created by using a smaller course height or a different coloured brick to contrast with the main brickwork. Another way to achieve this is by using gauged red rubbers with 2-mm lime putty joints.

Natural stone quoins
Our stonemasons can craft quoins for your project from any of our masonry stones. For renovations or restorations, we stock Wealden Sussex Sandstone and Yorkstone, as well as Port Regent limestone, which can be used to replace Portland Stone, and Port Lime, which emulates Bath Stone.

All our quoins can be finished to match an existing finish, or completed with one of 15 different finishes. See our range of stone masonry finishes.
Standard quoins
For new builds and extensions, our standard natural stone quoins made from Wealden Sussex Sandstone, Port Lime or Port Regent offer excellent value for money. These include square edged or chamfered L-shaped quoins and rectangular cornerstones.

Download/View the specifications for our standard quoins [PDF]
Brick quoins
Brick quoins are created using contrasting bricks. Speak to one of our technical consultants about the effect you wish to create and we can advise you on your options.
Technical Drawings

Our experienced technical consultants would be happy to answer your questions about any of our products or materials. Contact us to discuss what you need.

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