Victorian Coping Stones from Classical Creations
Our Victorian Coping Stones range is designed to match the old deep Coping Stones that were used on many a house across the UK in the Victorian era. Their style has a broad range of uses, from older Terraced Houses to modern Town Houses and old Country Mansions, these Coping Stones are guaranteed to look great.
Because they have a flat top section our Victorian Coping Stones are perfect for fitting railings to, or for use on a wall where sitting is preferable. These Coping Stones can be manufactured with a “drip channel” underneath either side which prevents rain water from running down your wall, thus helping to protect it from erosion and frost damage. This must be specified when you call to order.
All Available in Grey, Sandstone, Charcoal or Terracotta Colour
Featured image shown in Sandstone.
Our Victorian Copings are an attractive, effective and affordable solution to protect your masonry. They suit all property types and are designed to seamlessly match your walling.
These copings look great on an older property, part of our classic range that includes our amazing Cottage Wall Copings, designed to mimic the look of an old Sandstone garden wall.
We pride ourselves on our ability to produce High Quality, Handmade Coping Stones that reflect our high standards and attention to detail. Don’t just take our word for it though, see what our customers say here…
Our Victorian coping stones provide an ideal finishing touch to your wall and offer excellent protection at affordable prices, safeguarding your masonry from the rigours of the British weather. All our coping stones, pier caps and patio circles are manufactured here in the UK. You can view our full range of Coping Stones here.
For queries on placing an order, delivery, returns policy, product care and installation read our Terms and Conditions page here, or give us a ring on 0191 217 0002, we’d love to hear from you and one of our experts will be at hand to help with any of your questions.
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