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Goldholme Stone

Walling Stone | Masonry | Sawn Six | Design

Walling Stone

Our walling stone is prepared and supplied in large quantities to numerous builder’s merchants, housing developments and commercial build projects nationwide. We supply three types of natural walling stone: Ancaster, Hooby Lane (which is available in ‘honey’ or white, very similar to Portland Stone) and Ironstone. We also supply a ‘stone mix’. For further information or for a quotation please contact our sales team.

Masonry Services

Goldholme Stone Limited’s stone masons produce a comprehensive range of architectural stone masonry components in a choice of styles and profiles to a high standard. The Clipsham limestone extracted from our Hooby Lane quarry is one of the hardest of the lincolnshire limestones making it ideal for stone masonry. Our team of masons are highly experienced & produce some of the finest masonry in the UK.

Sawn Six

We supply sawn six sided stone to stone masons all around the UK. Our stone is high quality and ideal for masonry work. Sawn six stone is ideal when a whole block isn’t needed or Masons don’t have the facilities to saw it down.

Let’s build your DREAM HOME

We pride ourselves on our reliability to fulfil any order, no matter how big

or small, to the highest standardalways on time and hassle free! 

About Goldholme

Goldholme Stone is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing and well respected names in the British stone industry today. Operating from bases near Stamford in Rutland and Ancaster, Lincolnshire. We can saw and supply limestone faithful to almost any regional colour and textural variation.

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