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.