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.

Note: Stone sizes range from 2 1/2" to 14” in height and from 4” to 22” in length. Thicknesses are 1 1/4" (minimum) to 3” (maximum). The published square foot quantities in each package of Cast Veneer Stone are based on coverage area including a typical 1/2" mortar joint. When laying dry stack, please adjust order quantities accordingly.