Item 1 Title

Item 1 Description

Item 2 Title

Item 2 Description

Item 1 Title

Item 1 Description

Item 1 Title

Item 1 Description

Item 1 Title

Item 1 Description

Item 1 Title

Item 1 Description

Southern Heritage Stone's Products

Stone Blends

Stone blends are combinations of two or more types of stone, thereby producing stoneworks with more visual variety. We have given the most popular blends names and have displayed them here. If you are looking for a blend or a style that you do not see here, please contact us. Click on the link to see any of the following blends: Bragg, Breckenridge, Buckner, Butternut, Cheatham, Cleburne, Forrest, Hardee, Helm, Hood, Morgan, Quarried and Split Ashlar, Shiloh, and Winter Sentinel.

Click here to view our stone blend products

Fieldstone

Fieldstones are rounded rocks that are byproducts of glacial deposits or outcroppings. Though once popular primarily for rustic construction, today, fieldstones are used for foundations, fireplaces, siding, and chimneys. Flat or split fieldstones are often stacked and used in retaining walls, low garden walls, and around waterfalls and ponds.

Fieldstone can be used either whole and uncut or sawn for use as a veneer. Fieldstone veneers are often cut to showcase the top, rounded face of the stone, offering the look of real stone without the weight. For this reason, veneers are not suitable for load-bearing applications, but are popular for chimneys, fireplace facings, and siding.

You will find examples of the following fieldstone: Bragg, River Round, Tennessee Weathered Ledge and Tennessee Weathered Mosaic.

Click here to view our fieldstone products

Flagstone

Tennessee flagstones are stratified, sedimentary rocks that are quarried. They are often cut to size to display a more uniform appearance and can have a straight, clean edge or a random border that is determined by the split. Most people recognize flagstone by its natural split-surface face, but it can also be processed through sandblasting or polishing, both of which give it a more finished face.

The varied colors of flagstone come from the natural binding material that is part of its formation; this is why flagstones and flagstone colors are specific to their region. Available flagstone types include Broken Tennessee Irregular and Quarry Brown, as well as, in brown and grey, Cobblestone, Edgewater and Laurelbrook.

Click here to view our flagstone products

View our stone

Stone Blends

Fieldstone

Flagstone