Belgian Block

As defined Belgian block, is a broadly rectangular quarried stone used for paving roads. They were in widespread use in the older cities in the US and throughout Europe, particularly on steeper streets because blocks provided horses’ hooves with better grip.

Worn, rounded tops and classic blue grey colors 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 Belgian Block look. They are sold by the square foot and can be shipped nationwide.

Antique Bluestone Belgian Block

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.