Ledgestone’s rugged look is distinguished by a roughly textured silhouette which captures both light and shadow. The singularity of any Ledgestone structure derives from the interplay of the depth, texture and height of the stones. Ledgestone from EP Henry offers endless design possibilities for interior or exterior use, with a traditional dry stacked approach or using a natural or colored mortar.
Pennsylvania Field Stone is the cobbled, rustic and emotive stone seen in the paintings of the Chadds Ford countryside by Andrew Wyeth. Fieldstone is collected from the surface of meadows where it is found naturally and used in its original shape, just as it has been taken from the ground. The irregularity of the shapes, rounded character of the stones and random patterns give Pennsylvania Field Stone its distinctive look and charm. EP Henry’s Cast Veneer Pennsylvania Field Stone captures that rustic country-side appeal.
For the look of limestone, Cut Stone offers quarried stone sophistication with the ease of a more modular form. In applications ranging from contemporary to traditional, the hand-chiseled texture of Cut Stone is satisfying and organic. The regularity of the shape and size of the stone adds a rhythmic harmony and pleasing line both indoors and out. In colors that capture nature’s quiet palette, Cut Stone is always a tasteful choice.
Engineered to fit together like a puzzle, EZ Fit provides a look similar to Ledgestone in a time-saving, cost effective system. The stones are keyed to ensure proper alignment, while the face of the stone gives the variation of depth that is characteristic of Ledgestone’s ruffed profile. As an interior or exterior design choice, EZ Fit proves that sometimes simple things are the most beautiful.
EP Henry’s Split Rock provides a more formal and uniform appearance in a scale ideal for larger applications. Its rectangular consistency combined with a beautiful chiseled texture make for ease of installation without sacrificing real stone beauty. A smart solution for larger scale residential or any commercial project.
Since 7500 B.C., people have been building structure with brick. Clay and shale bricks offered civilizations from the Chinese to the Romans a modular building material that was sturdy and aesthetically pleasing in its linear uniformity. The color of brick is determined by the chemical and mineral content of the natural materials, particularly iron which infuses bricks with a deep rust-red hue.Today’s Cast Veneer Brick from EP Henry boasts the rich variations in color and depth of pigmentation that give brick its timeless appeal.
Traditional River Rock is formed by the churning of water rushing over stone, gradually wearing it down to a smooth and satiny finish. The organic shapes of River Rock add charm and interest to any environment, inside and out. EP Henry’s proprietary process creates a texture and hue that is so realistic, you can almost still see the water on it.
Our popular Cast Stone Wall colors are also available in a Random Face Shell Unit that can be used for outdoor fireplaces, kitchens or anywhere your imagination takes you.