Monterey Masonry, located in southwestern Massachusetts, searches constantly for antique and hard-to-find stone elements for your home and garden. We have dismantled colonial fireplaces which you may reconstruct in your new or antique home. We have hearth stones, cheek stones, lintels, steps, landings, gateposts, wall copings, columns, bollards, and singular pieces like original New England millstones and well stones. We have pallets of rare stones for chimneys, walls, veneers, terraces and pathways.
We sell to garden designers, architects, masons, and individual clients.
Below is a sampling of some of the treasures in our stone yard. Our newly added items appear at the top – check back often to see what’s new!
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Stone.Glass.Water 75" X 42" X 10" Artist: Mark Mendel. Created for exhibit at the Berkshire Botanical Garden, Stockbridge, MA through October 2015. Design input for pond in permanent installation includes owner. Paul Rocheleau Photographer
We make these stone troughs at our workshop in the winter out of 19th c. granite blocks. The insides are tapered so ice won't damage them. Use them as a horse trough, fountain, or we can put drains in them for use as planters. The smaller one is 103" long x 22" high and 20" wide; the larger is 129" long x 24" high x 23" wide.
This is a birdbath we made out of an old boulder.
An alternative to gate posts: You can install a pair of these old granite stair stringers at the entrance to your driveway or as the gateway to your garden. The stair steps are perfect for flowerpots, found objects, whatever. Use your imagination! The photo on the right shows some stair stringers as displayed in Maria Nation's garden.
SOLD: Large boulder bird bath.
SOLD: Well Cover.
Pair of granite bases for flowers or sculpture (5240). 30” high x 15” x 15”
Bollards are traditional for crowd and traffic control. They stick up approximately 20" above grade. Decorative, but will defend your lawn against wayward snowplows.
Carved “bench” to build into stonewall (4835) * 54” x 15” x 15”
SOLD: Late 18th early 19th century. Rare single piece. Enormous stone.
SOLD: Granite sculpture or pot base (5242). Nice old hand finish, 3’ x 3’ x 11”
We have 2 pair in stock. The Upper newel pair are approximately 3’ tall and the lower pair are approximately 2’ tall. It ‘s unlikely that you would use these as newels, but each would make sensational garden gates with an urn or a pot.