Belgian Blocks And Stone Pavers

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

Beautiful roundabout built with Old Charlottesville Gold Cobble with a fountain in the middle that's partly visible.

Old Charlottesville Gold Cobble

Unique sandstone cobble in tan tones. Available in standard US-style rectangular pieces and European style squares. A beautiful Old World look for driveways, patios and more.

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View from the house of an Old Charlottesville Bluestone Cobble driveway that leads down to the gated entrance with a short brick wall to the right.

Old Charlottesville Bluestone Cobble

Unique sandstone cobble in blue grey tones. Available in standard US style rectangular pieces and European style squares. A beautiful Old World look for driveways, patios and more.

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Old image of a Cleaveland bridge with an old cobblestone street paved with Belgian Blocks And Stone Pavers

Historical Belgian Block & Stone Pavers

Worn, rounded tops and classic blue-grey colors convey the unmistakable authenticity of these Belgian blocks for sale. Greystone pavers create classically beautiful driveways. 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. Our Belgian block pavers are sold the square foot and can be shipped nationwide. Be sure to also check out our sidewalk pavers.




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To save the past by reclaiming highest quality brick and stone from America’s historic towns and cities. To beautify the present by making these authentic antiques available to build or restore unique and distinctive residential and commercial properties. To protect the future by upholding the “green” principles of reclaim and reuse.

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John C. Gavin, Founder

Started Historical Bricks after spending 25 years as a senior member of Leonhardt Sullivan and Associates, a management engineering consulting firm with experience in the US, Canada, South America and Europe.

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Mike Gavin, Partner

Joined the family business after graduating from Butler University with a degree in Marketing and receiving a JD from the University of Iowa College of Law. Mike and his wife Annie have a son, Danny, and two daughters, Elsie and Betsy.

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