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Recalimed brick supplies from London Reclaimed Bricks

By: London Reclaimed Bricks  13/09/2013
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Pressed Reds

Pressed Reds found all over England and produced at various brickworks up and down the Country. A class b semi-engineering brick with a very smooth face, predominately used for face work. Colours vary from orange to dark red.


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Staffordshire Blues

Staffordshire Blue found in various parts of the country. A very hard engineering brick, often used close to railways due to its strength i.e. railway platforms, bridges & viaducts, also used as feature bricks i.e. above windows & doorways. A smooth faced brick. Colours very dark blue sometimes bordering black.


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Wire Cuts

Wire Cuts found all over England and produced at various brickworks up and down the Country. A class b semi-engineering brick that can be used for walls or pavers. Colours vary from orange to dark red.


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Yellow Stocks

Yellow Stocks predominately used within the London area, mass produced at Smead Dean Brickworks, Kent in the early 1900′s, can also be found on the out-skirts in smaller numbers. A Yellow Brick sometimes with a tinge of black fleck which is ash in the clay turning black when fired. Colours do vary slightly from a bright canary yellow to a darker tanny shade of yellow.


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Metric Yellows

Metric Yellows introduced around the 1960′s these bricks are smaller in size and more uniform then the original London Yellow Stock Bricks. However the colours do represent a good likeness to the original stocks but the size of the brick is around 10mm – 20mm shorter in length.