Worn Oxford paving is a reconstituted stone product, recreating the authentic look of weathered town flagstones. Reminiscent of the streets of Oxford. The collection includes a large range of different mouldings, including tool grill markings characteristic of weathered town flagstones. The surface texture is less granular than the Riven York Paving, and is smoother to touch.
Thickness 40-45mm (the very large flagstones are thicker, up to 50mm)
Choose up to nine sizes and four colours in our Worn Oxford paving collection. The large sizes of 750mm x 750mm ,900mm x 600mm and 900mm x 450mm are unique to this range and are ideal for large formal patios or terraces. Suitable for inside, and is a popular choice in country kitchen floor designs. The worn town flagstones used indoors are best if sealed.
Note on colour
Aged Limestone is a unique finish to Rogers Gardenstone, and involves adding a dark wash to the surface of the paving, to encourage the aged appearance. The wash will wear off and lighten in time, but it provides an aged weathered appearance in the early stages before the natural weathering process takes hold. The base colours are a mix of Creams of varying shades.
The Autumn colour is a mix of three shades of brown.
Feature- incorporate the Worn Oxford Octagon (stone feature) into your formal patio design. The Octagon can be raised to create a focal point. Use the segments to create formal garden steps.
Patio border edging- have you considered a border surrounding part of your patio using our rustic or Tudor brick edging.
Handmade in the UK
Our reconstituted stone products are handmade by us in Oxfordshire, UK, using a mix of aggregates, cement and colouring. We source the majority of our raw materials locally and ensure they are of the finest quality. The production process uses traditional techniques of mould casting that have been perfected over the last 70 years. All our handmade products are frost resistant and are ideal for our UK climate
Usually 3-5 working days
When you spend over £300
Click & collect from Gardenstone Faringdon tomorrow 2pm