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LINEAR ROMAN STYLE BRICKS

An innovative brick profile!

Linear bricks were once a very widely used building material. However they fell out of favour when mass production and the standardisation of bricks became prominent. However, the use of linear bricks are once again becoming increasingly popular as consumers are looking for some product diversity and Linear bricks offer a dramatically different look over standard size bricks. With a face size of 330mm x 50mm, they are very different from the traditional brick size of 230mm x 75mm.

Learn about brick care and maintenance.

 

POPULAR ROMAN STYLES

ROMAN HERITAGE RED

Trade Price: $2800 per thousand

Retail Price: $3200 per thousand

Bricks per pallet: 630

Brick Information Sheet

(330mm x 50mm x 110mm)

Classic Roman sandstock, faithful to the original Roman bricks found throughout ancient Roman Europe.

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ROMAN RECLAMATION HERITAGE RED

Trade Price: $2800 per thousand

Retail Price: $3200 per thousand

Bricks per pallet: 630

Brick Information Sheet

(330mm x 50mm x 110mm)

Classic Roman sandstock with white scumming for a classic reclamation look and feel.

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ROMAN WATERSTRUCK RED

Trade Price: $2800 per thousand

Retail Price: $3200 per thousand

Bricks per pallet: 630

Brick Information Sheet

(330mm x 50mm x 110mm)

Smoother waterstruck texture and classic heritage red Roman brick.

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ROMAN FEDERATION WEATHERED RED

Trade Price: $2800 per thousand
Retail Price: $3200 per thousand
Bricks per pallet: 630
(330mm x 50mm x 110mm)

Deep reds with minor reduction blackening in a classic Roman style brick.

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ROMAN OCHRE

Trade Price: $2800 per thousand

Retail Price: $3200 per thousand

Bricks per pallet: 630

Brick Information Sheet

(330mm x 50mm x 110mm)

Complex colouring similar to ancient earthy pigments.

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ROMAN HAWTHORN

Trade Price: $2800 per thousand
Retail Price: $3200 per thousand
Bricks per pallet: 630
(330mm x 50mm x 110mm)

With the colours ranging from reds and oranges, to darker tones consisting of burnt reds, browns and minor black sooting. These handmade and unique bricks are inspired by the classic Hawthorn bricks of Victoria.

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ROMAN SANDSTRUCK HAMPTON

Trade Price: $2900 per thousand

Retail Price: $3200 per thousand

Bricks per pallet: 630

Brick Information Sheet

(330mm x 50mm x 110mm)

(Due to high demand, the next stock availability for all Roman Sandstruck Hamptons will be during 2022.)

Careful clay selection results in this beautiful through colour creamy off-white brick. Handmade sandstruck moulded with classic elephant skin texture.

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ROMAN WATERSTRUCK HAMPTON

Trade Price: $2900 per thousand

Retail Price: $3200 per thousand

Bricks per pallet: 630

Brick Information Sheet

(330mm x 50mm x 110mm)

Careful clay selection results in this beautiful through colour creamy off-white brick. Handmade waterstruck moulded with smooth but textured surface.

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ROMAN PALE SANDED GREY

Trade Price: $2900 per thousand

Retail Price: $3200 per thousand

Bricks per pallet: 630

Brick Information Sheet

(330mm x 50mm x 110mm)

(Due to high demand, the next stock availability for all Roman Pale Sanded Grey will be during 2022.)

Pale to mid greys with classic elephant skin creasing in linear/roman style brick.

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LIGHT COLOURED CLAY BRICKS

Light-coloured clays as used in ivory and grey bricks often contain vanadium salt that are generally colourless, but under certain conditions may appear as a yellow, green or reddish-brown discolouration of the brick. It is essential that any vanadium salts evident prior to the removal of mortar residue be removed, as the hydrochloric acid may turn the salt black and become difficult to remove. Vanadium stains are often generated by the use of too strong a concentration of hydrochloric acid during the initial cleaning process, or from excessive water penetration. Vanadium stains are neither permanent nor harmful and do not indicate a defect in the brick. Vanadium stains in exposed areas generally wash off in time but their removal can be hastened by chemical treatment. After the initial removal of vanadium stains, more water on the masonry – even that used in the cleaning process – may induce further efflorescing of the salts to the surface, depending on the amount within the brick.

 

CONTACT US

We read and respond to every customer inquiry. We really do want to hear from you!

If you have a question we would love to hear from you! You can ask us anything, from design ideas, technical questions or price enquiries, all questions are welcome.

If you are after samples these can be obtained from the following links:

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