Street Pavers

Made to withstand centuries of heavy traffic, these vintage bricks are reclaimed from quaint old streets throughout the Midwest. Choose from America's largest selection to create your one-of-a-kind driveway, patio or walkway. After more than 100 years, these bricks are still in superb condition, with a durability and charm unmatched today. And they will not fade as modern concrete pavers do. We will be delighted to help you find the perfect size, color and texture for your project, and ship nationwide direct to your jobsite.

Antique Purington Street Pavers

Produced in Illinois' renowned Purington Brickyards over 100 years ago, these street pavers are unlike anything made today, with a variegated color palette of maroon to dark purple. Measuring approximately 8.5" x 3.75" x 3.5" and weighing 9 lbs., each brick has one smooth side from street wear.

Antique Metropolitan Street Pavers

For a true red brick color, choose our 19th century Metropolitan pavers. Reclaimed from historic streets, they show naturally worn smoothness on the side that was exposed to traffic and weather. Each measures approximately 8.5" x 3.75" x 3.5" and weighs 9 lbs.

Antique Purington Flat Street Pavers

Thinner and with more squared-off edges than standard pavers, flat pavers may better meet the needs of your particular design aesthetics or installation challenges. Their varied dark red colors combine in a finished look of authentic originality. Flat pavers measure approximately 9" x 4" x 3".

Purington Skinny Pavers

A rare find. These narrow bricks were laid on edge in the streets and are perfect for special decorative effects in your current project. As with standard Purington pavers, their colors are in the rich, deep red-to-purple family.

Antique Barr Street Pavers

A great full sized street paver in brown and earth tones. Reclaimed from Wisconsin streets dating back to the early 1900s.

Antique Iowa Pavers

Very unique, beautiful dark purple/black pavers with flash/stack marks made 100 + years ago in Boone, IA.

Antique Capital Pavers

Antique street pavers with very unique brown coloring from the clay source of the Flint River near Des Moines, IA.

Frank Lloyd Wright Pavers

These paving bricks are unlike any others we have reclaimed. They come from Indiana streets laid more than 100 years ago, and feature versatile shades of tan with dark iron spots that will harmonize with any building color.


Some came from Europe as ship's ballast; others were quarried locally. Then they were incorporated into the streets of some of our most historic cities, 150 to 200 years ago. Now they're ready to build your own Old World driveway.

Worn, rounded tops and classic color combinations convey the unmistakable authenticity of these genuine antiques. The cobblestones are typically 4.5" W x 4.5" D, with random lengths of 6" to 12" to produce the characteristic Old World cobblestone look. They are sold by the square foot and can be shipped nationwide.

Antique European Blend Cobblestones

A special blend of granite cobblestones selected for their amazing color range from mottled purple to grey. Enjoy the practically indestructible hardness of granite along with the variegated look of a quaint Colonial street.

Antique Lake Street Cobblestone

The remarkably consistent, true grey color with black specks is ideal for juxtaposing with modern sidewalks and roadways, yet these granite cobblestones retain the uniqueness and charm of their original historic setting.

Old English Cobblestones

Mellow tones of plum, brown and tan are reminiscent of a picturesque village in the Cotswolds…but this uniquely beautiful Medina sandstone was actually quarried here in America. It was a popular choice for buildings and towns in western New York and eastern Ohio dating back to the early 1800s.

Antique Salt and Pepper Cobblestone

This striking, yet classic look is achieved by using white granite with black speckles. When they're installed the overall effect is light neutral grey, a perfect backdrop to strongly colored buildings or landscaping.

Antique Bluestone Cobble

These rare and unusual blue/grey stones were reclaimed from Pennsylvania streets dating back to the days of the founding fathers. Generations of horse, wheel and foot traffic have worn the tops smooth and comfortable for today's users.

Antique Pink Cobblestone

One-of-a-kind pink quartzite cobblestones offer reddish tones as a warm alternative to granite, along with outstanding durability. The only sign of their 150+ years in the street is slightly polished upper surfaces from contact abrasion.

Common Pavers

Salvaged from historic buildings across the U.S.A., this collection can be used for exterior applications in warmer climates. All bricks are solid with no holes, easily adaptable for driveways, patios, garden paths and more.

The careful craftsmanship and material resources of a bygone era went into the making of these bricks, resulting in a mellow, natural look as well as strength that will last for generations. We will be delighted to help you find the perfect size, color and texture for your project, and ship nationwide direct to your jobsite.

NOTE: Because brick common pavers retain some moisture, they may crack or break if subjected to multiple freezes/thaws per year. For cold climates, we recommend using our brick streetpavers which are extremely hard fired and impervious to water, or granite cobblestones.

Old Tuscany Pavers

Offering maximum color variation and textural interest, Old Tuscany paver bricks create a dramatic effect in shades of orange, rose, red and purple with white mortar stains for even more contrast. No two are exactly alike, and no other home will look exactly like yours.

Old Madrid Pavers

These antique bricks were laid on edge in their original setting, a technique that's ideal for executing Old World designs of greater formality or complexity. They're available in a vibrant, light red to russet to burgundy color spectrum that, unlike color-stained concrete, will never fade.

Old Depot Pavers

While the original Old Chicago buildings couldn't be preserved, we were fortunate to be able to save their stunning antique bricks from a trip to the landfill. Old Depot colors are softer and lighter than our other common pavers, ranging from buff to pink. Many feature a diamond stamp with the words "union made."

Sidewalk Pavers

Recapture the charm of historic Midwestern towns for your own property with bricks salvaged from actual 100-year-old sidewalks. They make beautiful and unique walkways and patios.

While showing the character that comes with age, these bricks still offer excellent, usable quality, ready for another 100 years of duty. Plus, genuine clay bricks don't fade as modern concrete pavers do. We will be delighted to help you find the perfect size, color and texture for your project, and ship nationwide direct to your jobsite.

Colonial Red Sidewalk Pavers

To re-create the classic distinction of a colonial-era property, these hard fired clay bricks in traditional red colors are an ideal choice. Because they're reclaimed from the sidewalks of venerable Midwestern towns, you can literally walk in the footsteps of America's forefathers.

Art Deco Sidewalk Pavers

Abstract geometric patterns stamped into the clay signal the modernist glamour of the 1930s, when Art Deco style was seen everywhere from the new skyscrapers to jewelry design. These extremely rare pavers with a very hard glazed finish add an extra dimension of elegance to today's projects.