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Brick sizes and types

All of the bricks colours below are available as full sized bricks, linear bricks and as a brick tile (thin brick/brick slip).

The Old Red Brick Collection 

The classic “old red brick” is loved for its rich and warm colours and natural beauty. We offer a range of “old red bricks”, all are hand crafted using traditional techniques, resulting in bricks with true character. As no single brick is the same, our old red bricks stand apart from mass produced varieties that try to replicate these traditional styles.

Heritage Sandstock

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Heritage Deep Red Brick and Brick Tile

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Farmhouse Blend Brick and Brick Tile

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Farmhouse Red Brick and Brick Tile

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Farmhouse Dark Brick and Brick Tile

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Industrial Blend Brick and Brick Time

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Waterstruck Red

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Turkish Blend Brick and Brick Tile

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Sooted Waterstruck Brick and Brick Tile

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York Collection

 The York Collection are complex bricks consisting of speared earthy tones with complex tool markings. Waterstruck or slop moulded, the York Collection is a true testament to the skills of our brick makers.

York Brick and Brick Tile

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York Burnt

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Dark Collection

Handcrafted sandstruck bricks with prominent dark colour tones.

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Sooted Waterstruck Red Brick and Brick Tile

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Grey Collection

Suffolk Grey

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Gault Collection

Gault bricks, traditionally made from Gault Clay, are known for their pale colours. Our collection includes both sandstruck and waterstruck varieties along with complex blends of multiple gault styles.

Parliament Brick and Brick Tile

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Weathered Parliament Brick and Brick Tile

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Ivory Brick and Brick Tile

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Londres Yellow Blend

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Londres Old Red Blend

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 Commons Collection

Taking their name from their ubiquity, red commons found widespread use especially from the 1930's through to the 1980's. Our red commons have a more regular rectangular shape and display a more prominent colour banding. 

Old Red Common

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