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Handcrafted, Unique and Timeless
Sandstocks are characterised by deep elephant skin creasing giving them a wonderful character. So what makes a genuine sandstock? They are made using the "Sandstruck" method in which the clay is pressed into moulds dusted with fine sand. Fake varieties don't develop this unique texture and whilst commonly associated with heritage brick styles, sandstocks can also come in more contemporary colour styles. Check out our range of sandstock bricks below.
HERITAGE SOFT RED & HERITAGE DEEP RED
Our most traditional red sandstock, or more accurately sandstruck brick. Its similarity to bricks used in 17th century England and 19th century Australia is due to the traditional method we use to manufacture these bricks and is a testament to the craftsmanship of our brick makers. Available in a soft red and more deep blood red.
RECLAMATION SOFT RED
A reclamation version of our soft red brick. Subtle soft orange to red tonal changes and elephant skin creasing. This brick undergoes a special process to give the appearance of a reclaimed brick.
WEATHERED RECLAMATION SOFT RED
The classic “old red brick” with subtle red, orange and brown tonal changes, elephant skin creasing with lime scumming and sooted rustic patina. This brick can be blended with our Reclamation Soft Red to create custom colour tones.
A handmade brick with colour tones ranging from red to deep blood red. Deep pervasive elephant skin texture combined with tool marks is a defining feature of this sandstock brick.
FARMHOUSE WEATHERED RED
A handmade brick with colour tones ranging from orange to red with minor black sooting and pale flashings. Deep pervasive elephant skin texture is a defining feature of this sandstruck brick.
FARMHOUSE WEATHERED DARK
A handmade brick with complex colour tones ranging from yellows to orange and browns with pervasive black sooting and minor clinkering. Deep pervasive elephant skin texture is a defining feature of this sandstruck brick.
Farmhouse blend is a blend of bricks from the Farmhouse Range with colours ranging from deep reds and oranges, to darker versions consisting of burnt reds and browns with a black sooted patina.